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  • frankquinn85
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    you have to consider certain issues when you purchase eyeglasses on the web, on the grounds that each combine of glasses is a specially crafted thing. Not exclusively are there various plans and materials of the two edges and focal points and distinctive focal point medicines, yet every individual's head and eyes are unique, too. A few precise estimations are expected to accomplish an agreeable fit. An advantage of going to a traditional optical store is that an optician can walk you through the process and take the proper measurements. When you arrange on the web, you should settle on every choice all alone, and it can appear to be overpowering.

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  • Peterlee632
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    Originally posted by xtiangray32 View Post
    I have pretty okay eyesight with slight astigmatism. My left eye is about 25 while my right eye is 50. Though with my job being a writer for international dating blogs, review blogs, and video editing, I spend most of my days in front of the computer. On some days, my head would start to ache and I wonder if itís about time I invest on glasses. Iím not much of a spender so Iím doubting if I really do need them with my grade being so low. My headaches are probably from lack of sleep or something. I also hear that you can upgrade the lenses with anti-screen and anti-UV options. What do you guys think? For those with glasses, do you think itís a wise decision to invest in them?
    You can try it but first consult with a doctor. May be 25 will do the perfect job for you. I have had headaches in the past then i start with 25 and couple of months later, the headache is lesser than before.
    Last edited by Peterlee632; 11-25-2018, 12:10 PM.

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  • wrtner
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    Originally posted by crghsam View Post
    Not sure why you'd ask a question like this on a forum. Book an apponitment with you optician and let them decide
    True enough, but try and get a good one. If in London, try Moorfields Eye Hospital. A good optician will spot any problems; a poor one won't. you'll get glasses but no warning of an impeding issue

    See if you can find a Bates practitioner in your area. They are very interesting:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bates_method

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  • hansara
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    When i invest on eyeglasses, should i wear them all the time

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  • crghsam
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    Not sure why you'd ask a question like this on a forum. Book an apponitment with you optician and let them decide

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  • FreddieSolano
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    I use glasses. I think it's the best investment you can make, I mean, we talk about the health of your vision. Being all day and night in front of the computer damages your eyesight.

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  • xtiangray32
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    Hmm. I'm not sure as well...

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  • xtiangray32
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    Should I invest in eyeglasses?

    I have pretty okay eyesight with slight astigmatism. My left eye is about 25 while my right eye is 50. Though with my job being a writer for international dating blogs, review blogs, and video editing, I spend most of my days in front of the computer. On some days, my head would start to ache and I wonder if itís about time I invest on glasses. Iím not much of a spender so Iím doubting if I really do need them with my grade being so low. My headaches are probably from lack of sleep or something. I also hear that you can upgrade the lenses with anti-screen and anti-UV options. What do you guys think? For those with glasses, do you think itís a wise decision to invest in them?
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