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Wearing sunglasses to protect his eyes

by:Eugenia     2020-08-19
As temperatures rise, all kinds of sunglasses on the market begins again. Buy a pair of sunglasses to wear, can protect your eyes? A simple pair of sunglasses, wear inappropriate, not only will cause headache, eye pain and discomfort, serious even can cause vision loss or increase eye disease itself. Sunglasses factory glasses Dai Jingzhe experts warn the following error. Myth: as long as put on sunglasses can protect eyes wore a pair of sunglasses to go out in summer, can protect the eyes from strong light damage, this is something many people take it for granted, it's not. Quality qualified sunglasses can block ultraviolet light through, and shouldn't unqualified sunglasses may be with some dioptre, sighted people wear the sunglasses, equivalent to wear a pair of myopia or hyperopia mirror, vision is easy to be affected. Good glasses sunglasses factory, therefore, recommend to the regular glasses for organizations to choose and buy sunglasses. Erroneous zone 2: the lens the deeper the color protection effect on the sunglasses to prevent ultraviolet light into the eye relies on the lens and the concentration of color, this is determined by the sunglasses uv absorber in the material, color is not the deep protection, the better the results. If with no uv protection function of the colored glasses, can lead to a pupil dilation, hurt eyes. Myth 3: the old children who can wear sunglasses for no eye disease of the old man, wearing sunglasses is a method of eye, have a positive effect in preventing senile cataract. But for glaucoma in the old man need you remind, once selected mirror or improper wearing time is too long, easy to cause eye disease. Also, children under the age of 6 visual function is not yet mature, wearing sunglasses time is too long, will have great influence on vision development.
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