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The Pros of Transitions Lenses First, we will show you the advantages of the transition lenses. Transition lenses or photochromic glasses are quite cost-effective. With the transition lenses, you don’t have to buy two pairs of glasses: prescription glasses or normal glasses and you do not need to switch them frequently. So, they are also convenient and bring you great convenience. Carrying two pairs of glasses means that you are much more likely to lose or misplace either of them....

The Pros of Transitions Lenses

First, we will show you the advantages of the transition lenses.

Transition lenses or photochromic glasses are quite cost-effective. With the transition lenses, you don’t have to buy two pairs of glasses: prescription glasses or normal glasses and you do not need to switch them frequently. So, they are also convenient and bring you great convenience.

Carrying two pairs of glasses means that you are much more likely to lose or misplace either of them. Having only one pair of glasses can limit the risk of losing glasses. In addition, transition glasses provide more protection than normal sunglasses. They can filter out a good deal of harmful UV rays from the sun so as to protect your eyes.

What’s more, transition glasses come in a lot of different styles, shades, and tints suitable for anyone’s taste, so it won’t limit your fashion and make you look more fashionable.


Why do glasses with the same prescription feel different?

The style of the frame has changed. The structure of the new glasses and the old glasses (half-frame, rimless, full-frame) may be different, and the angle of the glasses may also be different, which will cause visual differences and the symptoms of dizziness after wearing the new glasses. If you used to wear rimless glasses or half-rim glasses before and switch to full-frame glasses, you will feel that his field of view is limited and you will feel a little uncomfortable when you see the edge of the frame. If you wear full-frame glasses before, you will feel the edge of the lens when you change to half-rim glasses. It's too bright to adapt. There is another situation, changing from a frame with a nose pad to a frame without nose pads. Because the distance between the lens and the eye has changed, the position of the nose pad has also changed, which directly affects the relative position of the optical center and the pupil, as well as the distance from the back vertex of the lens to the cornea, which naturally affects the visual difference. In this case, you can fine-tune the nose pads, or after a short-term adaptation, you can generally return to normal.



Rimless Glasses

This kind of glasses does not have a frame to wrap the eyeglass ring, only the metal nose pad, and temples, and the lens is fixed after being punched, which is relatively lighter. This kind of glasses is lighter and more fashionable and is the first choice for ladies in the workplace.


Understand blue light correctly.

Blue light has been shown to affect the body's circadian rhythms, with too much exposure to it late at night from gadgets such as mobile phones disrupting a person's ability to fall asleep. Therefore, it is recommended that people limit screen time two to three hours before bedtime and set their devices to night mode to reduce glare, relieve eye fatigue and minimize blue light at night. However, as we learn more about blue light, not all of it is bad for us. Blue light has been found to play an important role in maintaining health, such as regulating the secretion of hormones in living organisms. Blue light helps prevent reduced night vision and has been shown to benefit refractive development in adolescents and minors.



Clean Glasses Properly

If the glasses are dirty, don't just wipe them with other cloth. If you use some hard cloth to wipe, it is easy to cause scratches in the lens. Generally speaking, the following cleaning methods are all feasible.

1. Use neutral or alkaline cleaning agent. Remember, toothpaste cannot be used as a substitute for the cleaning agent for spectacle lenses. General optical shops also sell lens cleaners in small bottles, which are easy to carry.

2. Go to the optical shop for professional ultrasonic cleaning. General optical shops provide free cleaning services. The ultrasonic cleaning machine can fully clean every gap and groove of the glasses.

3. Rinse the lens with tap water. Hold the frame in one hand and the cleaner in the other hand. Rub it slowly against the lens, and then rinse it off with clean water. Then wipe it with a glasses cloth or let it dry naturally.

In addition to the glasses cannot be cleaned with alcohol, you should also pay attention to their placement for daily maintenance. Try to avoid putting it under high temperature, and avoid oily, smoke, etc. If you don't use them, put them in the glasses case.


What Should You Do If Your Glasses Are Broken?

Professional eyewear repair shops have professional repair tools. It's relatively easy to fix the bent frame by yourself. Still, there are reasons to get a professional to fix them. Your local eyewear repair shop can quickly reshape metal and plastic frames and make sure they fit. Many professional optical shops will make small adjustments free of charge. The frame is completely broken and requires special tools and skills to fix. Frames are too fragile to repair at home, and trying to do so could cause even more damage to your frames. The lenses are damaged and you may need to replace them. Make sure your prescriptions are up to date. If your prescription is not up to date, you need to schedule an eye exam before changing your lenses.



Thickness of lens

The thickness of the driver's glasses affects the use of glasses in a way. The glasses with thicker lenses can be more durable to prevent the glasses from being irritated and accidentally broken, effectively protecting the eyes.

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