The Floor Feels Slanted When Using New Glasses?
so I’m 18 years old. I am currently studying in the first semester. Actually I feel my eyes have not been able to see it since high school. but I leave it because it might not be felt because the method of learning in high school is still using books. Now after I go to college, learning methods become active looking at the screen right. From here from day to day I find it difficult to read ppt displays from lecturers. Until finally I went to one of the rather well-known optics near my campus. Well there after checking I was minus -0.25 and ended up buying and using optical glasses. But, after about 2 months, I felt like my glasses didn’t work. Friends say that maybe my recipe is inaccurate or maybe my minus is increasing. Finally I went to my hometown and visited one of the optics recommended by my uncle because he said that optics was famous for being good and accurate. After checking on the optics this turned out to be minus I-250 right and left. I was very surprised by this difference. Finally I bought and used optical glasses. But, why is this my new glasses when I look at the floor, the floor looks slanted? Is it because again my minus recipe is not accurate?
Nearsightedness or myopia is a refractive disorder of the eye that occurs frequently where sufferers will find it difficult to see distant objects or small writing at great distances. This condition can occur due to various things ranging from genetic factors, daily habits when using gadgets, using a computer or laptop, reading books or other habits. Besides nutrition and environmental factors such as lighting also influences.
To make sure it needs to be done sharp eyesight either done manually using an internal chart or can use an automated tool such as an autorefractometer. Later you will get how much minus arises. If there is a minus difference that is so fast and a very different size can be affected by errors when measuring the sharp eye sight or other factors so it is better to check with an ophthalmologist and do regular checks every 6 months or 1 year to later adjust the lens size to correct interference the best possible vision.
Not infrequently also minus eyes or nearsightedness can occur together with the eyes of the cylinder so that the eyes still feel uncomfortable when it has been corrected with glasses or contact lenses.
May be useful.