What color lenses are good for driving?
The optometrist reminded us that it is not advisable to choose pink, purple, light blue, and other colors with obvious decoration effects for driving sunglasses. These colored glasses basically cannot protect the eyes. In addition, they may change the color and cause chromatic aberration. Generally speaking, you should wear brown and gray glasses when driving. The brown lens can filter out a lot of blue light, which can effectively improve visual contrast and clarity. The gray lens can absorb any color spectrum in a balanced manner and will not produce obvious chromatic aberration after wearing.
Nowadays, the colors of lenses for sunglasses on the market are dazzling. Many people only consider whether they look good when choosing colors, and do not pay attention to the impact of lens colors on vision. When choosing sunglasses, we should not only pay attention to their decoration but also pay attention to their protective function for the eyes. We should avoid using blue lenses when driving because it will make us unable to distinguish the color of the traffic signal lights.
How to wear clear frames with style?
A square face is all about softening the lines of the face, so it works well with round frames. The person with a long face should choose a bit bigger frame. It can make the proportion of the face-up and down more harmonious. The oval face is the standard face shape, and any frame is suitable. People with round faces are similar to those with square faces. If you have a round face, you can choose a square frame instead of a round frame, which will only make your face look rounder. The most important feature of a diamond face is high cheekbones, so choose a thick frame to visually weaken the cheekbones. For the triangular face, people can choose the frame of a half-frame design. Since the upper part of the face will be smaller in this shape, a half-frame design is necessary to balance the proportions.
What is the best lens material?
Trivex is a special material from PPG. Compared with PC lenses, the refractive index is lower (only 1.53) but the Abbe number is higher (up to 45), which results in smaller dispersion and better image quality. At the same time, the impact resistance of the Trivex lens is 10 times higher than that of the PC. It is the only explosion-proof safety lens that can withstand external force twists and turns in the market at present.
Common Bifocal Glasses Problems
In this section, we will list some common bifocal glasses problems.
First, it may take a couple of weeks to adjust the bifocal glasses. You may not get used to wearing your bifocal glasses overnight. When you wear the bifocal glasses for the first time, it may be difficult to adapt them.
However, knowing the correct part of the lens to look through is crucial to giving you the vision correction you need, whether it is distance or near vision, for different activities.
To adapt to the bifocal glasses, you had better wear them all day or as often as you can. If you don’t wear your new glasses enough, it can make the adaption period last even longer.
Besides the above bifocal problem, there are other problems with bifocal glasses. The second problem of bifocal glasses could be that the bifocal line is too high and you might lack adequate distance vision. So, the bifocal line could be obvious and it would not be beautiful. However, if you want a pair of glasses without a visible line, you could consider progressive lenses. You will feel older while wearing them, without having to worry about the line through the center of your glasses.
With so many styles to choose from, trying on frames from the comfort of your home can help narrow your search for new prescription glasses. The Home Try On program makes it easy. Because all non-prescription glasses (including sunglasses and readers) are 100% returnable. The Home Try-On program will focus on customers who buy prescription glasses. Send the prescription to the appropriate email or upload it at checkout. After completing the $0.99 temporary licensing fee, your Try At Home kit is complete. This fee will be refunded to your card once they receive your kit.
Go to a regular hospital to check your eyes
On the surface, pseudo-myopia is the same as true myopia, that is, looking far away is blurred and near looking clearly. But looking at the essence through the phenomenon, the difference between the two is obvious. The so-called pseudo-myopia is due to frequent incorrect use of the eyes. The ciliary muscles continue to contract and spasm, and they cannot get the rest. And the crystals are also in a state of thickening. In this way, the parallel light from the outside enters the eye, and after the thickened lens chamber is flexed, the focus falls to the front of the retina, and it is naturally unclear to look at things in the distance. During this period, the eyeball has no organic changes. If you can take proper rest and treatment, pay attention to eye hygiene, use your eyes reasonably, and hope to restore normal vision. However, if the false myopia is not corrected and treated in time, it will develop into true myopia over time. There are many ways to treat pseudomyopia, mainly relaxation and adjustment, such as application of cycloplegia, acupuncture, physical therapy, improving the learning environment, paying attention to eye hygiene, and doing eye exercises. If you suspect false myopia, you should go to the hospital for an eye examination as soon as possible.
Eye problems that may occur while driving.
Visual fatigue and xerophthalmia: when driving, the spirit and eyes are in a highly tense state, reducing the blink of an eye, which will easily cause eye fatigue and xerophthalmia. Flash glare -- car headlights and city light pollution -- can cause serious damage to the eyes. UV damage: UV radiation is strong when driving in the daytime, especially in the plateau and snow weather. Nocturnal myopia: nocturnal light is insufficient, so it can make the eye pupil dilate, causing nocturnal vision to drop influence driving safety.