Driving Glasses - Conant
Conant is a well-known lens brand and a famous trademark in Shanghai. It is a listed company, a high-tech enterprise in Shanghai. It is one of the largest suppliers of Chinese glasses in the world market. And it is an early enterprise in the field of resin lens production in China.
1970 Oversized Square Eyeglasses
Now a lot of designers are giving us cool square lenses because they want to bring back the fashion of the 1970s and 1980s. Each one is timeless and must be tried.
What symptoms does myopia have?
Myopia is a problem related to the eye's ability to focus on distant objects. The manifestation of myopia is that blurred vision at a long distance. But near-distance vision is good. Early myopia often has long-distance vision fluctuation and squinting when looking at distant objects. Because looking close need not or less use an adjustment, and set function is weakened correspondingly. Those with high myopic have poor far vision, often accompanied by poor night vision, floaters, and other symptoms. Changes in the fundus of the eye can occur to varying degrees. It can form irregular shape white atrophy spots and so on.
Do prism glasses have side effects?
Prism glasses do not have side effects. Prescription prism glasses are designed to help your vision. Prism glasses are not apparently different from general glasses in terms of thickness. It may take a few days to get used to wearing new prism glasses or newer prescription glasses. There may be some eye strain during this time.
Proper massage can not only relieve the fatigue of the skin that supports glasses but relax the eyes. Take time each day to gently massage the marked area of the nose pad for ten minutes. Try not to wear glasses all the time. You can switch between contact lenses and glasses. In this way, over time, the nasal plate marks will gradually disappear. Hot towels can be used to warm the skin, which is helpful to blood circulation to the skin and slowly eliminate indentation.
Common Problems with Varifocal Glasses
In this section, we will list some common problems with varifocal glasses. The most common problem with varifocal glasses is people being unable to focus on what they need to. Losing focus often leads to some discomforts such as headaches or dizziness when performing tasks that require quick changes in near and middle-distance focus.
Besides, some people also experience a sort of swimming feeling when they are walking. It may be caused by being very aware of the distortions in your peripheral vision as well as the reading portion at the lower part of the lenses.
So, how to use varifocal glasses? The best way is to keep yourself from looking downward as you walk. You may also experience soft focus at the edges of the lenses and need to move your head more to see near objects better.
How Do Progressive Lenses Work?
How do progressive lenses work? You may have this problem. As is well known, when you are over 40, your vision begins to deteriorate and you may suffer the presbyopia condition. So, with the progressive lenses, you can see at all distances with one pair of glasses. They start with your distance prescription at the top of the lens and increase as you move toward the bottom of the lens.
Then you move your head position to allow you to focus through different areas of the lens. Move your head upwards to see something in the distance, hold it straight for intermediate or arm’s length vision and down for near vision for objects that are close up.
In addition, progressive lenses avoid the visual discontinuity or image-jump when your eyes shift from one zone to the other in non-progressive multifocals since there are no distinct lines in progressive lenses.