Please be advise to consult optometrist or ophthalmologist.
The content is my opinion, experiences, and gathered informations from the internet.
As we grow older, our body always changing, even our senses. Especially our eyes, we often use our eyes in our daily life. Whether for entertainment, study, work, travel, or wherever we need our eyes. If you look around most people don’t wear glasses, because of various reason. Such as they don’t have a budget for the eyeglasses or they believed it’s not essential or necessary. But the truth is most people are actually in need to wear eyeglasses. Because they don’t notice the gradual changes in their vision or get used to their vision, most of them are not bothered to get their eye examined. Such as what we have experienced, especially my husband, he believed that he doesn’t need eyeglass and he has a clear vision. But as years passed by and he often uses his eyes for his work, he gradually noticed that the more time he spends working in a computer the more he have a headache, and sometimes he even felt his eyeballs is a little bit swollen. Therefore, he took our advice for him to take a eyes checkup. After his eye checkup, he was surprised that he has a problem with his vision and his vision can become clearer. Nowadays he often wears his eyeglasses, especially when he is working or going outside since his glasses also protect his eyes from UV Rays.
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When do you need to wear prescription eyeglasses? Well, it depends if you’re experiencing the symptoms I list down below. But I strongly recommend having your eye checked out, and ask for the opinion of the eye professionals or specialist.
- Eye rubbing
If you’re rubbing your eyes, you may have eye fatigue or eye strain. Glasses can help. Your eye rubbing may be due to a medical condition such as allergic conjunctivitis, which is pink eye caused by an infection or allergies, so be sure and get it checked out with an eye care professional.
- Frequent squinting
Squinting is when you look at someone or something with one or both eyes partly closed in an attempt to see more clearly or as a reaction to strong light. Mostly experienced when you overworked your eyes and suddenly exposed to bright eyes.
- Eye fatigue or strain
Eye strain or pain can be affected by various factors such as not getting enough sleep, flu, cold or allergies. But if your eyes pain goes on for more than a few days, you have eye pain with eye movements, you have swollen eyeballs, or if your eyes seem to get tired from regular activities, get your eyes checked out. You want to make sure you don’t have an eye infection, undiagnosed health condition or vision changes.
- Frequent headaches
Getting frequent headaches may mean you have a vision problem. Headaches may be attributed to farsightedness or astigmatism, which can cause both close and distant objects to appear blurry, says the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO). As your eyes strain to focus better, than can lead to headaches.
- Blurred vision
Blurred vision can signal farsightedness or nearsightedness. Adults may notice it when they read, drive or sit at the computer. Kids may notice it while they’re reading, doing homework or at school.
- Seeing halos around light
Light can become scattered or blurry when your eyes can’t focus light correctly. That’s why you may see circles around light bulbs, car headlights and lights of varying sizes and shapes. Sometimes the problem may be fixed with glasses, though halos also are a symptom of cataracts, says the AAO.
- Sitting close to the TV
You may be nearsighted if you sit close to the television. You’re compensating for being unable to see from far away by moving closer to the object (in this case the television images).
- Reading with a book near your face or at arm’s length
How you hold a book or a menu can reveal if you have vision problems. You may put it near your face if you’re nearsighted. Or you might hold it at arm’s length if you’re farsighted. Most people experience some farsightedness, or presbyopia, as they age, usually starting in their 40s. Reading glasses can help.
Hopefully, I was able to help you know when do you need to wear prescription eyeglasses and the symptoms. Let your eye checked out today, and find out which eyeglasses looks good and perfect fit to your fashion style.
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