One Uses Glasses?
I want to ask yesterday, my 9-year-old sister mistakenly used glasses that had to be normal glasses, but instead she wore glasses when she was leaving for the market.
Hello Asep, thank you for asking.
Glasses are used to correct eye refractive abnormalities. Refractive disorders are nearsightedness, farsightedness, or farsightedness in the elderly. Depending on the type of refraction abnormality, glasses can have convex or concave lenses. The use of the lens on glasses is to help the eye form the object's shadow so that it falls right on the retina.
If someone uses the wrong lens, the lens and eye muscles will be disrupted. This will cause the vision to become blurry and cause eye muscle fatigue. However, if the use of the lens lasts only for a moment, it will not have a permanent impact. Mistake wearing glasses for a while, will not necessarily make your sister become shortsighted. However, it may be blurry vision and tired eyes for several hours or several days. Dizziness or headaches may also occur due to eye refraction errors. To avoid recurring events, watch closely when your sister wears glasses. Keep the glass in a good place and give a clear sign.
Hopefully this answer can help. Regards.