You may need to buy prescription glasses and not even know it. If you haven’t been to your eye doctor in a while and find yourself squinting a lot you may need to start wearing glasses. Some people need glasses to read, while others need glasses to drive. Everyone is unique and that’s why there are many different kinds of prescription eyewear available. Read this post to learn the most common signs of someone who needs to wear eyeglasses. You can visit your local optician to purchase a spectacular pair of glasses.
The Most Common Signs That You May Need Prescription Eyeglasses
- You have a difficult time driving at night.
- You need to squint to read books.
- You need to squint to operate your cell phone.
- You need to adjust the distance of a book from your face to see it.
- You find reading the fine print on prescription bottles very challenging.
- You get headaches after reading, driving, or using your computer.
- You have trouble seeing objects that are far away.
- Your vision is blurry.
- You have double vision.
- You need to sit close to the television.
- You hold your cell phone very close to your face.
- Your eyes feel strained.
- You rub your eyes a lot throughout the day.
- You frequently lose your place when you’re reading.
- You close one eye to focus your vision when reading or using your cell phone.
- Your computer work has many typos.
- Your parents wear glasses.
- You bump into furniture or trip over objects throughout the day.
When you visit your local optician to purchase new eyeglasses, have your eyewear prescription with you. In most cases, they do not provide an eye exam. That’s something you need to make an appointment with your eye doctor for. There are many different style eyeglasses available today. Whether you want a blue pair of glasses with round frames, or a gold pair with rectangular frames, you’re bound to find something you like. Take time to try on a variety of eyeglasses to find the right ones for you. You’re going to wear your glasses every day, so it’s worth spending the time to get a pair that looks good on you.
This guest post was written by Jake at
The Eye Man Optical
2201 SE Indian St I82, Stuart, FL 34997