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How do I manage my low myopia on a daily basis?

Low myopia is a mild form of nearsightedness that can be managed by wearing prescription glasses or contacts on a daily basis, particularly for activities that require long-distance vision such as driving. Wearing sunglasses, avoiding poor lighting, and eating healthy can help to prevent worsening of your low myopia symptoms.

Remember to talk to your eye doctor if new symptoms develop or your prescription glasses aren't effective. Over time, your low myopia symptoms can change. Regular eye exams are a good way to manage your overall eye health.

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