Zero diopter reset
When introducing a reduction it is not advised to just slap them on your face, as a rule you never want to wear your new lower normalized on the same day as your previous normalized correction. It is better to do a "zero diopter reset" (or in the cases of high myopia probably wear differentials for this). What you do is take a day you can manage with no correction (or low correction) from the beginning of the day for as long as reasonably possible, this way when you introduce your new normalized the relative standard for expected clarity is that this is a good change.
Hear it from Jake: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zzrQb4pCFkQ