Buy One, Get One Free + Save Up to an Extra $15 on Easter CODE: BOGOFREE | Shop Now Terms & Conditions

How Your Eyes Adapt to New Glasses: A Detailed Guide


Jan 30,2024

If you are wearing new eyeglasses for the first time, it is likely that you will face some visual adjustment difficulties and may even experience discomfort in your eyes, head or even neck. While this is normal when wearing new glasses for the first time, you can make the process easier and more enjoyable if you understand how to properly adjust to your new glasses.

 

Here is a detailed guide to help your eyes adapt to new glasses


Wearing time gradually increases

At the beginning, you can gradually increase the time you spend wearing new glasses. In the first few days, you can wear glasses for a few hours every day, and gradually extend the wearing time until you can wear them all day.

Avoid frequent removal of glasses

To help the eyes adapt to new glasses, try to avoid frequent removal of glasses. Wear glasses steadily on the bridge of the nose so that the eyes can adapt to the new visual aids.

Follow the doctor's advice

If your doctor has prescribed a new prescription for your new glasses, make sure to follow their advice. They may tell you the daily time to wear glasses and the steps to gradually adapt to new glasses.

Keep glasses clean

It is very important to keep the new glasses clean to ensure that you achieve the best visual effect. Use products suitable for cleaning glasses, follow the instructions for cleaning, and avoid using rough materials or chemicals to wipe the lenses.

Pay attention to any discomfort

If you feel any discomfort while wearing new glasses, such as headaches, eye fatigue, dizziness, etc., please consult your ophthalmologist promptly. They can check if your glasses are suitable and if adjustments are needed.

Adapt to new visual experiences

New glasses may bring a different visual experience, especially if you change the prescription or lens type. Give yourself some time to adapt to new visual sensations and allow the eyes and brain to gradually adapt to new myopia or hyperopia correction.

Visual Health

In addition to adapting to new glasses, it is also important to ensure that your eyes receive good visual health. Regularly undergo eye examinations, follow the doctor's advice, and take appropriate eye rest and protective measures to maintain eye health.

Navigating the Journey of Eye Adaptation with EFE Eyeglasses

When it comes to getting a new pair of eyeglasses, adapting to a new prescription can be a unique experience for each individual. At EFE, we understand the importance of ensuring a smooth transition and optimal eye adaptation. Our range of eyeglasses, including prescription glasses and sunglasses, are specifically designed to aid in this journey of adjustment.

EFE Differences in Eye Adaptation

One of the key factors that set EFE eyeglasses apart is our commitment to both quality and comfort. Our glasses are meticulously crafted using the latest technology and finest materials to ensure superior clarity and visual acuity. With EFE eyeglasses, you can expect minimal distortion and excellent visual precision, aiding in a smoother eye adaptation process.

Count on EFE for Your Eye Adaptation Journey

At EFE, we strive to provide the best eyeglasses and support for your eye adaptation journey. Our top-notch customer service team is always ready to assist you with any questions or concerns you may have. Visit our online shop and explore our extensive collection of eyeglasses, including prescription glasses, sunglasses, reading glasses, and more.

Everyone's adaptation time may vary. If you encounter any serious discomfort or visual changes during the adaptation period, please consult a professional promptly. They will provide you with professional advice and assistance to ensure that your glasses provide the best visual correction and comfort.