Why are my progressive lenses blurry?
Wed, Apr 13, 22 By : Koalaeye
Women's glasses are increasingly fashionable. As for the color, there are a variety of metallic colors, unreal colors, transparent or translucent tones. The frame design is gorgeous and dazzling. There is an implicit low-key style with the brand logo embedded in the frame. Many models combine two or more materials, such as metals and plastics, in a unique way. There are both very bright colors and natural hues, with a wide selection. Who needs computer glasses? Blue light radiation from...

Women's glasses are increasingly fashionable.

As for the color, there are a variety of metallic colors, unreal colors, transparent or translucent tones. The frame design is gorgeous and dazzling. There is an implicit low-key style with the brand logo embedded in the frame. Many models combine two or more materials, such as metals and plastics, in a unique way. There are both very bright colors and natural hues, with a wide selection.


Who needs computer glasses?

Blue light radiation from computer screens and so on usually only requires a piece of fiberglass to block, usually, we just use the anti-radiation glasses. Office white-collar workers often spend more than 8 hours a day working in front of a computer, and sometimes they spend their entertainment with a computer after going home. After long, the eye often can feel dry, sour bilge, ache, shed tears even, giddy. These are all related to the blue light stimulus emitted by the screen.



Why Are My Progressive Lenses Blurry?

So, why are my progressive lenses blurry on sides? It can be caused by a lot of reasons, and we will list some of them.

The strength of progressive lenses is the factor that leads to initial peripheral blurriness. Progressive lenses tend to be blurry on the sides because each lens promotes three fields of vision. In addition, peripheral blurriness or haziness is a sensation that typically develops because more than one lens has been incorporated into one lens. The wearer also might feel as if he or she is moving from side to side.

After learning what may cause progressive lenses blurred, so how can you adapt to the progressive lenses? Therefore, in the following section, we will show you how to get used to progressive lenses.


What Is Anti Reflective Coating?

Anti reflective coating, also known as AR, anti-glare, no-glare, or glare-free coating, can provide benefits to your vision. Anti reflective coating is added to lenses to reduce glare caused by light hitting the back of the lenses to improve your vision and make your eyeglasses more visually attractive.

Anti reflective coating will eliminate all reflections from the front and back surfaces of your lenses. Hence, more light is able to pass through your lenses which improves your vision. At the same time, fewer distractions are visible and the lenses are hardly noticeable, especially in the dark. So, is anti glare worth it? Most people agree that.



Consider the elements of frame comfort.

What we need to know is that the frame exists first as a positioning device for the lens, and secondly as a beauty. The pupil is consistent with the optical center of the lens, so it should not be too high or too low. The horizontal direction is not skewed, and there is no one high and one low phenomenon. Bilateral symmetry is a standard for manufacturing enterprises. Non-mechanical symmetry is for the wearer. The frame should be adjusted according to the size of the wearer's face. The frame is not easy to slide down, and frequent slide is prone to the phenomenon that the pupil is too high and low to match the face.


How to Keep Glasses from Slipping

Stick-on Nose Pads

Nose pads would be a good choice to prevent glasses to slide down your nose. Hence, you can stick a pair of rubber pieces in the nose pads of your glasses or you can choose a pair of glasses with rubberized nose pads. If you want to try a pair of nose pads glasses, the Koalaeye Optical may be a good choice. The rubber nose pads will make you feel steadier and better and the additional resistance on the nose pad will surely provide more support. So, if your glasses often slip down from your nose, try this way.

Wax Coating

To keep glasses from slipping, you can try wax coating which is a smart move. Use the wax on your nose pad area along with the temple where the glasses come into contact with the skin. In general, it works fine and it is nearly invisible.

Temple Ear Hook

The temple ear hook is a good way to keep glasses from slipping. It can provide mechanical support behind the ear and you will feel the support from the back of your ears. But the drawback of the temple ear hook is that it is quite visible. When you take off the lenses, you need to lift the temple higher so that the ear hook could clear the ear’s crest. Besides, the cheaper one might cause some discomfort to the back of your ears because of the pressure.

Rubber Bands and Hair Ties

To keep glasses from slipping, you can also try hair ties and rubber bands. You can tie one around the temple tip behind your ear so that it can provide both slight mechanical support and friction forbidding your glasses from moving around. What’s more, this is a low-cost method.



American Eyewear Brand - Sola International

Sola is a global leader in the design and material development of eyewear lenses. Through intensive investment in research and development, Sola continuously creates innovative new products that give people around the world a better perspective on all aspects of their lives. Sola is mainly engaged in the design, development, production, and sales of different progressive high-value-added optical products. Its main products are optical lenses, sunglasses, safety lenses, and optical instruments. They have manufacturing facilities in the United States, Australia, Ireland, France, Brazil, Venezuela, Mexico, Singapore, and China. And have 41 distribution centers in 17 countries. Every day, customers in more than 50 countries and regions choose from more than 20,000 high-quality products provided by these distribution centers.

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