Will my eyes protrude when wearing glasses? _Industry information_
Recently, the saying that wearing glasses with prominent eyes has been circulating on the Internet has attracted the attention of the majority of netizens, and has also affected the stability of the family and society. To this end, experts from various regions agreed in an interview that wearing glasses for myopia will not cause exophthalmos, and exophthalmos are just a physiological response of myopia, which is not directly related to whether or not to wear glasses. One, myopia wearing glasses will not protrude Eyes wearing glasses generally give people a feeling of appearance, that is, from the outside, the eyes seem to be caused by wearing glasses. However, from a medical point of view, the change of the eyeball is related to the length of the eye axis. For example, for myopic patients, most of the myopia is caused by the lengthening of the eye axis. All are dominated by axial myopia. It is understood that myopia itself will make the axis of the human eye longer, and the change of the eyeball is related to the length of the eye axis, so the eyeball of myopic people is a little more prominent than that of normal people. That is to say, the obvious or not obvious proptosis mainly depends on the degree of myopia, which is not directly related to other factors. So, back to the topic of myopia wearing glasses will the eyeball protrude, the answer is no. Second, due to the action of the lens, the eyeball will appear prominently. Most people think that wearing glasses will cause the eyeball to protrude because, in order to obtain clear vision, only by wearing a concave lens can objects be clearly gathered on the retina. Provide clear vision to patients who wear glasses. If myopia wears glasses, due to the action of the lens, the eyeball will appear prominent, and the higher the degree, the more obvious the protrusion, so everyone thinks that the eyeball will protrude when wearing glasses for myopia. The convexity of the eyeball is related to the length of the eye axis, and the length of the eye axis determines whether the eye suffers from myopia, so myopia will make the eye convex. Therefore, in order to better correct myopia and regain a clear and comfortable vision, myopia can only be helped by concave lenses. After wearing a concave lens, the obvious advantages of the eyeball will appear, but this is not the result of wearing glasses, it is a normal physiological response. In addition, people with nearsightedness will have prominent eyeballs, which may be affected by other eye diseases such as eyelids, nose bridge height, and genetics.