Dizziness Swaying When Wearing New Glasses?

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Afternoon, I am gustya. I have a minus eye problem and a cylinder … Finally, check the local optics the size is r nR / -2.25 C / -0.75 x / 180 r nL / -2.75 C / -0.50 x / 180 r nFD 68 r nJust change right cyl add 0.25 r nAt first I wore small eyeglass frames, then now I replace large eyeglass frames with the latest sizes in different optics (not where I measure) r nWhen I’m so why get a headache u0026amp ; shake it? Even though the size is the latest one and the changes are not drastic from the old one … Does the size of the frame affect that? Thank you for the answer …

1 Answer:

Hello Gustya,


Based on the eyeglass prescription that you get, the refractive errors you experience are myopia and astigmatism. Myopia is a disorder caused by the length of the eyeball that is more so that the incoming light falls in front of the retina (the layer on the inside of the eye that functions to capture light and forward it to be processed to the visual nerves and brain). Myopia is also called nearsightedness, sufferers usually can be clearer when approaching objects or squinting (lens accommodation). Myopia can be corrected by using negative spherical lens glasses. Astigmatism is a visual disorder due to the irregular shape of the cornea (the outer clear layer, in front of the brown and black circles of the eye, also has the function of refracting light) or irregular curvature of the lens. Astigmatism can be corrected using a negative cylindrical lens that is added according to the degree of the affected eye plane.


The size of the frame should not affect the correction function of the attached lens as long as the lens is properly sized and the pupillary distance (the distance between the two pupils when the eye is looking far away is precise - so we can see through the center of the lens) is also correct. The small frame size usually limits the area of ​​view only, if you look up, down or side, you can see the edges of the eyeglass frames. If the frame size is larger, usually the edges of the frame are not so visible. When using new glasses, it usually takes the eyes to adjust them in the first 1-2 days. Keep using them as often as possible so that your eyes will adjust to them more quickly. In myopia disorders, the eyes are usually more comfortable when using eyeglass prescriptions that are a little smaller (down 0.25) but still provide clear vision.


If the dizziness and shaking complaints are still felt up to 3 days after use, you can return to the ophthalmologist to check whether the eyeglass prescription is correct, whether the paired lens has the correct strength as prescribed, then to check if there are other abnormalities that can cause similar complaints. .


That's a brief explanation from me, hope it helps.


Dr. Saphira Evani

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