Is The Eye Required To Wear Glasses Or Not?
Hi doctor, r nYou want to ask this … r nI see the billboard (which is glowing) and it’s a little far shaded .. I check to some optics and the results are always different. Sometimes it says -0.25 Sometimes the cylinder is trs -0.5 and it’s never constant. Because he said if the eyes are minus the small do not need to wear glasses because of fatigue. Saying again you must wear glasses so the minus doesn’t add up. I’m a little confused. R nBut if I try palai my friends glasses which minus 0.25 is very clear. R nSo whats your advice doctor? R nThanks much
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Eye minus / nearsightedness (myopia) is a refractive disorder that causes the inability to see objects / objects that are located far away. In contrast to hypermetropy / farsightedness that is difficult to see objects that are located nearby. Refractive disorders are disorders that occur due to light entering the eye that cannot be focused precisely on the retina, giving rise to an unclear / blurred picture of vision. This disorder is often influenced by eyeball circumference that is too long or too short, and the curvature of the cornea of the eye. Refractive abnormalities can be detected by visual examination and can be corrected to the degree of abnormality.
Myopia examination consists of an objective examination with a device, and subjective assessment based on the size of the lens that is comfortable to wear according to the patient. Often found differences in the results of subjective and objective examinations, but this should not be a concern
To improve his condition, the following techniques can be used to help improve the quality of vision, including:
Use contact lenses
Through refractive surgery with LASIK to improve the shape of the cornea of the eye.
The easiest method is to use glasses according to the size of the myopia found. Myopia can increase because it is influenced by daily lifestyle factors that pay less attention to eye health. Besides heredity can also be one of the causes. Discuss with your nearest ophthalmologist to get more complete and relevant information and appropriate management. So much information that I can convey, hopefully it helps