My Question: The Lens Of The Glasses That I Should Use Should Match The Results Of The Check T?
I have asymmetrical myopia. The right eye is minus 5 and the left eye is minus 7 with cyl 0.5. (for example, can be reduced by 0.5 from the results of a check or likened the lens). thanks.
Do you check minus with an eye doctor or directly on optics? To find out the eye minus the doctor can do a visual examination and then use a trial lens and special tools. If necessary, the doctor will also perform an examination with an ophthalmoscope and tonometer to determine the condition of the pressure of the eyeball and also the inside of the eye.
After examination with a trial lens, the doctor can prescribe the glasses that best suit the patient's condition. The principle is to correct eye minus using the smallest minus lens glasses that can make your vision feel comfortable or able to correct vision properly.
If the minus eye difference is large enough, you should consult with your ophthalmologist so that further examination can be done and you can be given more appropriate prescription eyeglasses. Avoid changing eyeglasses prescription without an eye doctor's supervision.
Meanwhile, to maintain eye health, try to get enough rest, rest your eyes every 20 minutes when working with a laptop, minimize the use of gadgets, and adjust lighting and reading or watching TV.
Hope it helps you,