(1) I purchased computer reading glasses from one of the suppliers of that big Az company. It's been a real nice addition and now I can't live without them.
(2) On every single device I own, I've downloaded that blue light blocker... (Twilight on Android, f.lux for windows, etc.) It just comes on automatically to get rid of the blue light at night. It's also a nice change.
Lastly, that visual test Paula puts me to sleep almost every time... and no, it's not because of sleep apnea. Wow, I want to have a big cup of coffee before that one.
Just before being diagnosed with sleep apnea, one eye was damaged and needed to be fixed. Shortly after, the other eye went bad for no reason -- perplexing the eye surgeon. I'm certain it was because of the narrowed optic nerves as a result of sleep apnea (an article came out later to show the link). xPAP is far better for the eyes than no xPAP, but even xPAP isn't without it's challenges when it comes to eyes. BTW, my eye pressure is just fine with xPAP. 99/100 eye doctors haven't any idea that sleep apnea negatively impacts eye health. That needs changing.