This is from the March 2019 Ophthalmology Management: 1. Get outside: at least 2 hours/day is essential, especially before the onset of myopia (young kids) this allows the eye to focus far away instead of at near which causes myopia. 2. Get some variety: reduce screen time and take near-vision work breaks. Use 20/20/20 rule (also modified sometimes to 15/15/15) every 20 minutes when doing near work (read, computer, video screen, crafts) look up and at something at least 20 feet away and blink firmly 20 times). 3. Get further away from things (very near, very close is the mother of myopia) don't hold books or devices close to the eye. 4. Get more sleep: ideally more than 9 hrs/night for children 8 for adults 5. Get Eye MD ophthalmologist care: children with high risk of myopia or with rapidly developing myopia, there are myopia control programs using dilute atropine and other drops.