The Benefits of Glasses Without Prescription
From the above part, you have found some basic information about glasses without prescription. In this section, we will list some benefits of plain glasses.
The non-prescription glasses are inexpensive, and they are widely available in a selection of styles and shapes. In addition, non-prescription glasses can be easily replaced as fashion changes.
Meanwhile, everything has two different sides. So, there are also some negative voices of glasses without prescription.
The arm length is an important part of the size of the glasses.
Spectacle frames are standard optical products. Just like people's clothes and shoes, they all have their own size. Usually, specs for the size of the glasses are on the inside of the temple, on the bridge of the nose, or on the label. In general, the frames of the glasses are marked with the width of the frames, the width of the bridge of the nose, and the length of the arm. For example, the inner side of the temple is labeled: 52口 18-135, indicating the lens width of 52mm, the width of the nose bridge of 18mm, and the arm length is 135mm.
Types of Bifocal Lenses
Executive: in this type of bifocal lens, the lens is separated completely from each other and the upper part of the lens and the lower part of the lens are divided into two equal halves. There is a distinction line and it is visible.
Progressive lens: these types of lenses are more popular than the other kind of lenses. There is no line in the progressive lens. There is a slow transition of the power from the upper part of the lens to the lower part of the lens.
Progressive multifocal lenses: a progressive multifocal lens gradually changes power from the upper part of the lens to the lower part of the lens and gives a smooth transition between the two different types of bifocal lenses. There is no distinction line in the lens. They are popular because they provide better adaption, comfort, and clarity than the other lenses.
What kind of light is blue light?
Blue light is light of a certain wavelength. In the sunlight, including red light, orange light, yellow light, green light, blue light, indigo light, and purple light, blue light occupies a place. The wavelength of blue light is less than that of red light but greater than purple light. The energy intensity is also different, and the blue light is relatively less strong than red light. People must rely on the 'macula' to perceive light. The macula is a 'pearl' hidden in the fundus and the most important photosensitive part of the fundus. The macula can look at objects, generate electrical signals, and transmit the signals to the brain so that people can see the things in front of them clearly. Strong light shines directly on the eyes, and it is likely to cause damage to the macular structure at once.
Disadvantages of Progressive Lenses
It is limited in applicable range. Progressive multi-focus lenses have no limit in strength and can be worn for myopia, presbyopia, or moderate astigmatism, but they are not suitable for everyone. Now there are more than two categories of asymptotic focus lenses, one is hard and the other is soft. A person who can understand and adapt to the temporary discomfort that progressive multi-focus lenses begin to produce can have a pair of glasses. If you have severe symptoms such as high blood pressure, dizziness, or have a misunderstanding on progressive multiple focal lenses, and you are unwilling to adapt to them, it will be difficult to try.
How about Blupond's night goggles?
Unlike regular dark sunglasses, night vision glasses don't block much light and have a higher transmittance than day sunglasses that block sunlight but can barely see at night. The night driving glasses use clear yellow lenses with an anti-glare coating and blue polarized light filters that prevent harmful light from entering the macula and causing degeneration. It works by allowing only the healthiest wavelengths of light to reach the eye and keeping visibility high in the dark, reducing glare.
Can you get prescription glasses for night driving?
It is recommended to choose prescription night driving glasses with an anti-reflective coating.When you're driving at night, you'll encounter several bright light sources, including the car's headlights, taillights, and street lights. These light sources can be a distraction for any driver, but especially for those with eye problems. The light reflected from these light sources can cause these drivers to temporarily lose sight of the road, which can lead to many unfortunate situations. As a result, the anti-reflective coating protects your eyes from nighttime brightness and daytime UV damage. The coating on the glass prevents the reflection of these light sources, allowing you to better focus on what's happening in front of your car. Meanwhile, prescription glasses with an anti-reflective coating can reduce glare and improve vision. Whatever prescription glasses you choose for night driving, make sure they have an anti-reflective coating.