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Below you can find many third party clinical studies on the progression of myopia and how myopia may be reversed.
This article isn't fully developed, there are many studies that could go on this page that aren't here at the moment.
 
 
 
 
==Causes of Myopia==
 
==Causes of Myopia==
 
===Lens induced myopia (LIM) & axial length change in humans===
 
===Lens induced myopia (LIM) & axial length change in humans===

Latest revision as of 19:24, 24 November 2020

Below you can find many third party clinical studies on the progression of myopia and how myopia may be reversed.

Causes of Myopia

Lens induced myopia (LIM) & axial length change in humans

Lens induced myopia (LIM) & axial length change in animals

Nearwork-Induced Transient Myopia (NITM) & Nearwork Causing Permanent Myopia (PM)

Reversing Myopia

Outdoor time & distance vision

Using reduced or no lenses (myopic defocus)

Active Focus (accomodative training or accomodative facility training)

References