Ways to improve driving at night
Check your eyesight and glasses regularly to ensure that your eyesight and the glasses you wear are in the best condition.
Clean the stains on the glasses before driving. The stains on the glasses will aggravate the glare.
Clean the windshield before driving at night to eliminate the hidden danger of glare.
Replace the wiper regularly.
Keep your vehicle headlights clean and free of dirt.
Do not drive for a long time, eat more foods that are good for eye health, and perform proper eye care.
If you feel that your night vision is reduced, you should go to the hospital for help in time.
In fact, if your eyes are healthy and you have no vision problems that require prescription glasses to correct, then the best glasses for driving at night is to not wear glasses at all. On the other hand, if you need prescription glasses because of myopia, hyperopia, or astigmatism, choose clear corrective lenses with an anti-reflective (AR) coating. These lenses can let almost 100% of the visible light into your eyes, can allow your eyes to correctly focus on roads and other obstacles at night, can reduce or eliminate the glare from street lights and headlights. Because they are based on your personal prescription, they provide the best vision for your eyes.
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.
How to protect your contact lenses?
When wearing contact lenses, do not drop any eye drops, and only use a special moistening solution for contact lenses. In daily life, we recommend that dry eyes can be relieved with lubricating fluid, but we do not advocate frequent use of lubricating fluid, so as not to make the eyes become dependent on lubricating fluid. The right way is to do blink training. The ingredients contained in the eye drops will remain in the lenses, which will cause certain damage to the eyes and pollute the lenses. Some eye drops can make the lenses tinted after use, which will affect the transmittance and a refractive number of the lenses and make the vision blurred. Ladies who need to make up should wear contact lenses before making up. When removing makeup, remove contact lenses before removing makeup, to avoid the makeup sticking to the lens and damaging the lens and eyes. Lenses should not be lent to others to avoid cross-infection of eye diseases. You can't wear contact lenses while swimming or bathing.
Are metal or plastic eyeglass frames better?
Experts agree that many materials of sunglasses will be targeted, with a high focus on the specific combination of materials used. The frame of your glasses depends on whether you want a stylish or mature look. You can wear different glasses for different situations and clothes. Metal sunglasses are suitable for formal situations or mature types of people, and not easy to damage. Plastic sunglasses are usually more diverse, and the design is changeable. They can be used for a variety of sites. They are suitable for each age group and can be selected according to your actual situation.
Ray-Ban Wayfarer Ease Optics
Perhaps the most famous square glasses on the market are the Ray-ban hikers. These glasses add a classic, cool style to your look. If the line is thick, select black. If you have a lot of colors, go for Havana red. Similar to rectangular glasses, square glasses are best for round or oval faces.
How to Choose Glasses for Long Face?
Bold shapes and eyeglasses with decorative details are also a smart choice since they help draw attention to your eyes and can add width to your face. Be sure to avoid narrow or rectangular shapes, which can make your face appear longer.
Square glasses: if you have a long face, you can try square glasses whose sharper corners can help to balance out the length of your face and complement your narrow features. Choose frames that are slightly wider than your cheekbones to make your face appear broader.
Two-toned glasses: if you have a long face shape, the two-toned glasses would be a good choice. The color-top frames create an optical illusion that draws focus upward toward your eyes rather than to the length of your face.
How are we nearsighted?
The light from external objects to the eye needs to be refracted by the lens before it can be imaged on the retina. The refractive power of the lens depends on the contraction and relaxation of the ciliary muscle. When we look at close objects, the ciliary muscles contract and the lens becomes thicker. When we look at distant objects, the ciliary muscles relax and the lens becomes thinner. Adjust the focal length of near and far objects so that they will show a clear image on the retina. If you use your eyes too often and the longer the ciliary muscles work continuously, the ciliary muscles will spasm because of too much tension. At this time, the lens cannot be adjusted and thinned. After the light from a distant object is refracted by the lens, the imaging position will fall in front of the retina instead of on the retina. Only a blurred image can be seen, which becomes myopia.
There is another situation. For some people, due to genetic factors, in the process of growth and development, the front and rear wheelbase of the eyeball will gradually become longer. In this way, although the adjustment function of the ciliary muscle and the lens is normal, the image formed will also fall in front of the retina due to the longer the axis distance of the eyeball, which can also cause myopia.
The two causes of myopia are different. Myopia caused by ciliary muscle spasm is called 'pseudo-myopia'. As long as the ciliary muscles are relaxed, myopia can be reversed. Myopia caused by the extension of the wheelbase of the front and back of the eyeball is called 'true myopia', which cannot be reversed and can only be corrected by myopia glasses.