Why should we wear reading glasses?
Reading glasses are for people who cannot see clearly in the near. Those people are called presbyopia. If you have already developed presbyopia and are not wearing reading glasses, your eye muscle will get tired to adjust. It will aggravate the difficulty in reading and produce many symptoms such as dizziness and swelling and affect your life and work. There is no exaggeration to say that reading glasses are the second pair of eyes of people as they enter middle age. If you find you have presbyopia and want to get reading glasses, here are some tips for you.
Tip 1: Getting the proper reading glasses in time
Presbyopia is a normal physiological phenomenon, so please do not overly worry. If you have difficulty working or reading at close range, please get an eye test as soon as possible. And wear glasses of the proper strength when you read. It is also consequential to replace your original reading glasses if they are not of sufficient prescription with the increasing age.
Tip 2: Changing reading glasses at the right time
On the on hand, the magnification power will also increase with the increasing age. Thus, the original reading glasses will not match well. On the other hand, lenses of glasses have a limited lifespan, so they become scratched and aged, causing a decrease in light transmission and affecting the imaging quality of the lenses. Therefore, changing reading glasses at the right time is also significant.
Tip 3: Wearing reading glasses for the right occasion
Reading glasses are only suitable for watching something approach, like reading books, up-close work, using the computer, etc. It is unnecessary to wear when looking at a distance or doing something ordinary.
Tip 4: Having rests after wearing reading glasses for over 45 minutes
If you wear reading glasses for too long and suddenly take them off, your vision will be blurred, and you will have to take a break to get better. Because your eyes have become less well adjusted and you need to take a break and wait for your adjustment to return before you can see clearly.