Always wear or take off glasses with both hands.
Because there is no protection of the lenses ring, it is only supported by two temples. When taking off and wearing, it should be carried out with both hands, holding the temples of the frame and gently. Using only one hand will destroy the balance of the left and right temple, easy to produce deformation of the frame.
Which Reading Glasses Are Most Suitable for Me?
If you have never previously required prescription glasses to improve your vision such as nearsightedness or farsightedness or astigmatism, it is highly like that you can correct your vision with non-prescription reading glasses.
People around the age of 40 to will benefit from the low power reading glasses because of the progressive nature of presbyopia. In other words, you do not need prescription glasses to correct your vision.
However, if you are around the age of 60 or older, the strength of the reading glasses will increase. However, you do not need prescription glasses.
What is the progressive multifocal lens?
The lens of progressive multifocal glasses can change the refraction of the lens at the upper part of the central channel of the line of sight, which can effectively solve the difference of refraction when people view objects at different distances from long, medium, and short distances. Depending on demand, people have the flexibility to change or compensate vision according to visual distance, making it easier to help to adjust your vision in a variety of situations.
Blue light and anti-reflective lenses
They reduce the potential for cumulative damage to the eyes.Allowing the beneficial blue light through improves clarity, they reduce glare and reflection. They can improve your visuals and reduces eye strain and nighttime reflexes. They can reduce the symptoms of computer vision syndrome, including eye strain, eye strain, and headache.
The glasses are too loose or too tight at the temple.
If your glasses are too tight on your temples, you will feel uncomfortable. On the other hand, if your frames are too loose, it can make you look not energetic. Either way, you can adjust the frames at home to make them more comfortable. If the arm squeezers your temples. If the frames are metal, hold your lenses in place with your less-used hand. Use your dominant hand to gently press outwards on the corner of the frame, between the hinge of the frame and the lens. Repeat this step on the other side of your body to make your temples looser. If the frame is too loose from the temple. Again, for metal frames only, use the same method as you used to relax the frames, but apply slightly inward pressure on the corner between the hinge and the lens. Repeat on the other side, tightening the fit around the temple. Adjusting the temples of rimless, half-rimless, or plastic frames can break them. You are advised to take these frames to the optical shop for adjustment.
The width of your glasses is important.
The width of your glasses is not just to make you look more attractive. It's related to the position of your pupils in each lens, which is inextricably linked to the quality of your vision. The frame could be slightly wider than the zygomatic bones. It should be wide enough not to touch the temple. It should be close to holding a finger. This is especially important for people who wear bifocals or progressive glasses, so you can see through the right part of the lens.
The advantages of metal frames
Its advantage is that the lens is fixed firmly, not easy to fall off. But the weight of the glasses increased slightly compared to the other frames. Full-frame glasses give people a sense of calm. The frame can cover the thickness of the lens very well, suitable for people with high degrees.