Dizzy After Wearing Glasses With Cylindrical Lenses And Minuses?
, I finished replacing my glasses, before I min 2.5 for the right eye and left after checking again, my min increased to 3.75 for the right eye and 3.5 for the left eye and there is cylinder 1 on the right eye and 0, 75 on the left eye. Previously I did have a cylinder but it wasn’t worn on glasses because it made me dizzy, but after buying new glasses with cylinders I often felt dizzy and couldn’t read at close range. He said it was a process because it was still new, but the dizziness was still not gone and it made it difficult to read at close range, if I change the left side of the glasses into glass 2.5 before being a little able to read at close range but still a little dizzy. Is that allowed with a minimum of 1.25 glasses? What is the solution?
Minus eyes and cylindrical eyes are refractive disorders that can interfere with sharp eyesight where to overcome them is done sharp correction of vision using glasses or contact lenses. In addition, other efforts can also be made with LASIK surgery if the age is more than 18 years and fulfills the requirements for LASIK surgery to overcome refractive disorders.
If the examination and correction have been done with glasses but it becomes uncomfortable then it is better to do an examination by an ophthalmologist or other refractionist to make sure the sharp size of the vision is really right using either an autorefractometer or a smelter chart. and right before making glasses.
If the size does not fit or is too far from the examination it is necessary to evaluate both the presence of other eye disorders or examination carried out incorrectly. It is also necessary to check the vision to look closely and examine the axis of the eye of the right cylinder so that the eye is comfortable after being corrected using glasses.
May be useful.