Contact Lenses or Glasses
So which is better for your specific needs and lifestyle: glasses or contact lenses? Here's a breakdown of the pros and cons of each type of goggle to help you make your choice.
Advantages & Disadvantages of Contact Lenses and Glasses
CONTACT LENSES PROS AND CONS
- Contact lenses conform to the curvature of your eye, providing a wider field of vision and causing less distortion and vision obstruction than glasses.
- Contact lenses do not interfere when you exercise and exercise.
- Contact lenses do not interfere with what you wear.
- Contact lenses are usually independent of weather conditions and do not fog up like glasses in cold weather.
- Some people have trouble getting
lenses into eye contact (but the right technique and practice should correct this in most cases).
- Contact lenses reduce the amount of oxygen reaching the eye and can cause or worsen dry eye syndrome.
- If you work in front of a computer with a lot of times, Wearing contact lenses is likely to contribute to the symptoms of computer vision syndrome.
BENEFITS AND DISADVANTAGES OF GLASSES
- Wearing glasses reduces the need to touch your eyes, which in turn reduces the likelihood of eye irritation develop an eye infection.
- If you have dry or sensitive eyes, glasses don't make the problem worse like contact lenses do.
- Glasses are generally cheaper than long-term contact lenses. You won't need to replace your glasses as often (unless they break!) and if your prescription changes over time, you may be able to keep your current frame and just replace the lenses.
- Frames are in fashion and can say a lot about your personality and style - the look of your glasses can make a bold statement.
- Glasses offer some protection from harmful factors B. wind, dust and dirt.
- The glasses sit about 12 mm (about half an inch) from the eyes, so peripherally that Vision can be distorted. Many people also report difficulty focusing on objects and blurred vision when they start wearing glasses or changing
- Some people don't like the way they look with glasses, and feel that this affects their facial or skin aesthetics and its functions.
- If you have strong eyesight, your lens rims may be thick and unsightly, or your glasses may make your eyes appear unnaturally small or enlarged.
- Glasses can be affected by the elements: your vision can be obstructed or blurred by precipitation collecting on your lenses or when they fog up in cold weather.
- Some frames can put constant pressure on the nose and behind the ears and headaches and headaches cause malaise
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