Visions Such As Shake And Squint After Changing The Lens Of Glasses?
I finished upgrading my glasses from -3 to -5, because kmaren he said my eyes had to be adjusted first because I was tall I just wanted to wear glasses, but after I upgraded to -5, my vision was too bright, and I was like squinting when I want to read the lowercase closely like for example when I’m playing with my cellphone, but if I look far away, my eyes are ticklish, and my vision is like rocking if I look closely, is it because I haven’t gotten used to it or the glasses don’t match ?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your feelings. In determining the right glasses, it is necessary to check first. Usually this examination requires you to mention letters of various sizes, ranging from large to small until you can no longer see it. From here you will get your minus estimate.
Then from that estimate, you will be tried on several lenses, which you will be asked to compare, which of the several lenses makes your vision most clear. The clearest lens is what will most later show the minus needs of your eyes.
However, it should be noted is that not always someone uses glasses with the strength of the lens that suits their needs. Because in the end, what is considered is comfort. For example, a person can actually see very clearly when using glasses -2.00 lenses. But when you use the lens, it feels too bright, too close, dizzy, and so on, maybe as you feel. Finally the power of the lens is reduced to -1.75. With this lens, maybe he doesn't look as well as when he uses a -2.00 lens, but he feels more comfortable. In this case, the strength of the lens which is ultimately recommended is -1.75
Because of that in your case, it is true there needs to be an adjustment in the use of glasses, but this adjustment should not be long and not too disturbing. If you have been using it for several days but the complaints are still persistent, or very disturbing even to nausea or dizziness, we suggest doing another examination to find a more comfortable size of glasses, or consult an ophthalmologist to determine further treatment. So, hopefully answering your question.