According to the Vision Council, about over 60 percent of Americans wear contact lenses, eyeglasses or some form of vision correction aids. Many people are embracing wearing glasses instead of avoiding them.
Most people wear eyeglasses for a clearer vision upon discovering defects or lack of clarity in their vision. Many people are preferring wearing their eyeglasses throughout the day while some prefer wearing them occasionally.
There is a misconception among people that wearing eyeglasses all day can further damage your vision. While this might not be true, here are some situations which are perfect for wearing eyeglasses.
Whether you are traveling by road or rail, opting for eyeglasses is recommended as contact lenses can go dry during long journeys. Wearing eyeglasses prevents you to the awkwardness of removing your contacts during the journey.
Working in front of a computer screen for long hours can strain our eyes. However due to the nature of most jobs and professions, we are forced to spend long hours in front of computer monitors and laptop screens, and cause digital eye strain.
Wearing eyeglasses when working on the computer for long hours can help you in preventing straining your eyes and causing further damage to your eyes.
Wearing eyeglasses during a job interview can offer a look of sophistication and academia. It can create a good impression in the eye of the interviewer and offering you an edge over other applicants and candidates. As a result of this, it would be a good idea to swap your contact lenses for eyeglasses during a job interview
Reading and studying for a long duration of time can put a strain on your eyes, making it appropriate for wearing eyeglasses while studying or reading for extended periods. Contact lenses can dry during reading for long periods, causing irritation to your eyes and hamper your vision.
To know more about good practices of wearing eyeglasses and eye care tips, contact the Georgia Vision Center to schedule an appointment or consultation.