More Comfortable When Looking At The Bottom Of The Glasses Than The Middle?
At night, I’m now wearing glasses, I minus 2 cylinders 1 in both eyes, but after I wear glasses, why am I more comfortable looking at the bottom of the glasses, than the middle one
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Refractive disorders of the eye, either myopia (nearsightedness) or astigmatism (cylindrical), can be corrected with the use of appropriate eyeglasses or contact lenses. With a good correction, then the patient can work well without constrained significant visual impairment.
Ideally, the selection of glasses in patients with eye refractive disorders should ideally be done by an eye specialist first. In this examination, the doctor will generally check the condition of your eye health in general, including sharp eyesight, distance between the eyeballs, and so on. Not only that, even the characteristics of the glasses used, such as the type of lens, thickness, curvature, frame material, and so on need to be adjusted to the conditions of each person. With a comprehensive examination, the potential for disturbances obtained when using glasses can be minimized.
Complaints that you feel more comfortable when looking at the bottom of the glasses than the middle can be a natural thing due to the process of adaptation when you are just using glasses. It could also be, this complaint means that the lens of the glasses you are using is not appropriate, for example sharp eyesight, curvature, thickness, and so on.
If the complaint is purely caused by a natural adaptation process, it should not last long. But on the contrary, if there are other problems, of course you can feel complaints continuously.
Our advice, if after using these glasses you feel very uncomfortable, you should check yourself back to the eye specialist by bringing your glasses, yes. That way, the doctor can certainly give you the best management.
I hope this helps.