For most people, wearing eyewear for the first time can be a slightly nerve-wracking process. It implies a lot of uncertainty and requires you to learn and adapt to many new habits. Luckily, we've put together a comprehensive guide to help you understand what to expect when wearing glasses for the first time, so you can confidently embrace this new world of vision.
Unpleasant side effects
When the time you're adjusting to your new eyewear, you may experience eye strain, dizziness, and headaches. This is normal as your eyes are adjusting to a new form of vision, and usually, these symptoms will disappear within a few days. However, if the discomfort persists for more than a week, please consult your eye care professional or a related person immediately, there is likely a problem with the lens prescription.
Tips for choosing frames
Different colors and shapes of frames will create different characters, there are so many to choose from, for your first pair, you can start with a style that fits your personality and needs. This will ease your adaptation process as you will feel natural and comfortable, not having to worry about your new appearance or whether they will fall off. A pair of frames that fit well will not only bring additional comfort but also protect your vision from further damage.
Inadvertent fingerprints, sweat beads, cosmetics, etc. can stain the lenses, and stained lenses can cause blurred vision, spots, or glare; so regular cleaning of the lenses is essential. It is best to use a soft microfiber cloth to avoid scratching the lenses, and a neutral cleaning agent rather than alcohol or other chemical reagents to prevent damage to the surface coating of the lenses, and even deformation of the frames.
Take care of your eyewear
As the accessory you wear for up to 18 hours a day, from the moment you wake up to before you go to bed, can easily get "hurt" and "lost", so when you don't need them, gently store them in their case for safekeeping. It is worth noting that eyewear is not resistant to high temperatures and prolonged exposure to sunlight is likely to deform and oxidize the frames.
The moment you put on your eyewear is the beginning of a new journey, you can rediscover the clear beauty of the world through the lenses and enjoy a better visual experience. We hope you enjoy your new visual journey with pleasure and comfort! To learn more about eyewear, visit NextPair.