• How to Adjust to Your New Progressive Glasses

  •  Manish  | : Jan. 19, 2018, 3:19 p.m.
  • adjust to your new progressive glasses
  • Getting used-to to your first ever progressive eyeglasses takes time. It can range from a couple of days to weeks, depending on your daily wearing time and several other factors. This happens even when you’ve switched from bifocals to progressive lenses. Practice and patience are the key to adjusting to your new seamless multi-focal glasses. Here are some ways to tackle the initial adaptation period –


    1. Wear your new glasses as much as possible to train the eyes and brain with the new changes.


    new glasses


    2. Stick to the 20-20-20 rule if you work on digital screens. Glance at something 20 feet away for at least 20 seconds after every 20 minutes.


    work on digital screens


    3. Do not resort to your old glasses at any cost, not even for close-up reading sessions, keep practicing with your new frames.


    your old glasses


    4. Look at something with your nose pointing in its direction. This will help you with better viewing comfort.


    your nose pointing for glasses


    5. Climbing stairs can be a little challenging. Try looking straight rather than down during your initial days. This is because the lower portion of your progressive lenses is designed for reading and close-up tasks, since the stairs are farther, there may be some visual distortions.


    progressive lenses


    6. Get a perfect fit. Do not compromise on the size and fit as this can adversely affect your eyesight. Unlike single vision, your lenses are now divided into different viewing angles. Even a slightly lose pair can shift the focus highly and make your vision blurry.


    7. It is advised to lower the eyes and see through the bottom of your lenses while reading. Do not move your eyes with every word, rather move the reading object.


    8. Don’t move your eyes too often, instead move your head for farther and mid-range viewing. Otherwise, this can lead to headaches and strains.


    9. Positioning your progressive specs on the face correctly is very important. For best results place the bridge high up the nose and the frame closer to the eyes for more clarity.


    10. Do not take up driving unless you are completely confident of using your new progressives.


    If you still can’t adjust to your glasses, visit your optician as there may be a need for some re-adjustments. Shop from a vast range digital photochromic progressive eyeglasses and thin progressives from Coolwinks.com and enjoy clarity at its best at any age.

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