Wear Glasses That Can Be Interspersed With Cylindrical Glasses?
Doc, I want to ask. my eyes left and right suffer from a cylinder. I have been using cylindrical glasses for two years. This month I wear therapeutic glasses, which are said to cure my cylinder. But when I work at a computer, I wear cylindrical glasses because I get blurry when wearing therapeutic glasses. u003cbr why do you feel dizzy huh doc?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Your condition may or may not be related to your history of using these therapeutic glasses. If it is related, it is most likely because so far there have been no studies that prove that therapeutic glasses can have a consistent good effect on people with vision problems. So if the glasses actually do not have an impact, what happens is that your eyes will work harder to see, and this causes you to feel dizzy.
If it is not related, then the dizziness may arise due to other causes, such as lack of fluids, low blood sugar levels, migraines, minus eye additions, or other causes that can only be identified through direct examination.
We suggest you try resting with those glasses and use your usual cylindrical glasses. If your complaint improves, it can be ascertained that the complaint you are experiencing is caused by the use of these glasses. If this is the case, then it's your right to decide whether to continue using the glasses or not. What is clear in terms of health, research is not enough for us to guarantee the use of these glasses will have an impact on you.
However, if it is the same, in the sense that there is no difference despite not using glasses anymore, then consult a doctor to get further tests. The handling you will receive later depends on the results of the inspection. Meanwhile, avoid long periods in front of the screen, rest your eyes regularly, and avoid staying up late. So, hopefully answering your question.