Are your eyes tired and sore after a day or even just a few hours of work? Do you spend much of your time staring at a screen? If the answer to either question is yes, you are likely experiencing eye strain, an increasingly common occurrence in our modern world.
Strained eyes can be uncomfortable and frustrating, particularly when you still have plenty to accomplish in a day (or if you plan on spending your evening binge-watching your favorite Netflix show). Thankfully, the right pair of glasses can help with tired eyes.
In this post, we will look at what causes eye strain and what glasses work best to prevent it. Keep reading to find out how to care for your tired eyes, so that you can do more with your days.
What causes strained eyes?
There are a few possible causes of strained eyes. You may be exposed to bright light or glare, either from the outside environment or from a computer or cellphone screen. On the other hand, if you are straining to see in dim light, you may also afflict your eyes. In either case, the light is not optimal for the natural functioning of your eyes, and your pupils will either dilate or constrict for prolonged periods of time, causing strain.
A more serious reason for strained eyes is uncorrected vision. If your eyes are in need of prescription glasses, you will likely experience strain, headaches, and pains until you have received an eye test and a prescription for your refractive error.
Lastly, your eyes may be struggling because you are stressed or fatigued. Our eyes are a sensitive part of the body and may feel the effects of physical tension.
Do glasses help with eye strain?
Yes, glasses can help with almost any type of eye strain. One of the best things that you can do to protect your eyes is find the right pair of glasses for your particular situation. If your eyes are sore because you spend too much time in front of a screen, then purchasing blue-light glasses is the ideal solution. These nifty lenses filter out blue light, reducing the strain on your vision. You will quickly see the difference if this is your issue.
If your eyes hurt because of extended exposure to bright light, then polarised sunglasses are the ideal fit for you. These sunglasses protect your eyes from harmful UV light, while also helping to reduce the harsh light from entering your pupils.
If you think that you may have an uncorrected vision issue, prescription glasses will soon have your eyes feeling relaxed again. After getting an eye test, you will find out if you are nearsighted or farsighted, and what prescription you require. If you have a specific, personalized prescription, you can add it to your order or swap out the lenses of your Bluetooth glasses with prescription lenses.
If you are stressed or fatigued, glasses are unfortunately not likely to help you. Getting some more sleep, taking time to relax, and maybe doing yoga or your favorite sport will help you to combat this cause of sore eyes.
Conclusion on glasses to reduce eye strain
In this day and age, there are many reasons why our eyes might struggle. Thankfully, the right pair of glasses is usually enough to do the trick and fix these issues. Consider what your personal cause might be, and find the right pair of glasses to help you combat it.
Our smart glasses do more than just protect your eyes. They have plenty of impressive functions to make your life simpler, more connected, and fun (plus they look great). So you don’t have to settle for functional, you can have it all.