Are astigmatism glasses good? Where can I match it? _Industry information_
Astigmatism glasses, as the name suggests, are glasses used to correct astigmatism. Compared with general myopia glasses, the biggest feature is that they have astigmatism lenses, which can correct regular or irregular astigmatism in the eyes and restore normal vision. At the same time, astigmatism glasses, most of which appear in the type of contact lenses, such as Bausch u0026 Lomb clear astigmatism contact lenses, Bausch u0026 Lomb pure vision astigmatism contact lenses, etc. So how about astigmatism glasses, let's take a look at it together. Astigmatism glasses solve the problems of eye fatigue, double vision, astigmatism, headache and other problems caused by astigmatism. At the same time, the production characteristics of astigmatic contact lenses allow more oxygen to pass naturally, allowing the eyes to breathe naturally. For example, Bausch u0026 Lomb astigmatism contact lens adopts intelligent positioning design to ensure the stability of the lens in the axial position of the eye and to ensure clear corrected vision. Astigmatism glasses, in addition to being suitable for people with astigmatism, who often work overtime or have extra-long wearing needs for astigmatism, can also wear astigmatism contact lenses, which can further relieve eye fatigue, promote eye muscles or ciliary Keeping the muscles in a relaxed state can also relieve myopia or hyperopia. When wearing astigmatic glasses, in order to correct astigmatism, the axial position of the lens and the astigmatic axis must be stably consistent to ensure clear vision and comprehensive correction of eye astigmatism. At the same time, keep the lens clean to avoid too much sediment and infection of the eyes. Not all people with astigmatism wear glasses. Under normal circumstances, patients with astigmatism within +0·5D will not affect their vision and usually do not need to give glasses. If it exceeds +0·5D, it is necessary to consider wearing moderate astigmatism glasses to correct astigmatism and avoid affecting the health of eyesight. Finally, I would like to remind everyone that for patients with both astigmatism and myopia, the principle of halving astigmatism and adding to the degree of myopia should be followed when fitting glasses, and then appropriate glasses should be allocated.