The human eye is dynamic and always represents its visual environment. Thus, why was myopia so rare in early mankind, but now so present?
It can not be only caused by genetics. The worst thing you could do is wearing your full minus lens prescription while doing near work. When you think of how your myopia initially started (a lot of near work) and then you wear your minus (unfortunately, often over-prescribed), you are in your "initial" state again. And the cycle repeats itself - over and over again.
By reversing myopia, you must also consider prevention. When you do a lot of near work (long-term), wear plus lens to protect your eyes. It makes your eyes as if they are looking in the distance and thus relaxing your eyes effectively.
Try the following: Measure your Snellen score, then do near work for 3 hours or so and then check your Snellen again. You will see your sight will get worse (in this case temporarily). If you continue, your eyes will adapt and become myopic.
Unfortunately, plus lens therapy is not mainstream. Often people say "it does not help" or "it causes cataracts" and so forth. But therapy needs to be applied over a long-timeframe. Consider it as a "long-term diet".