Presbyopia is a condition that reduces the ability of the eye to focus as a person gets older. It is commonly characterized by symptoms such as eye strain, tension, and headaches. Presbyopia is a natural part of the aging process and cannot be reversed. However, it can be effectively managed by using reading glasses.
The above chart demonstrates a predictable pattern of declining focusing power as we age. On average, individuals will begin to require reading glasses intermittently for near tasks such as reading, using mobile phones, and computer work during their 40s. As individuals enter their 50s, the majority will rely on glasses for reading and most near tasks consistently. By the time we reach our 60s, many people choose to switch to multifocal glasses, such as bifocals or varifocals, to avoid the inconvenience of constantly removing and putting on their glasses.
Sllac reading glasses combine versatility and style, making them perfect for everyday use. These glasses offer three different types of lenses to cater to various vision needs. They include single lenses for near-sightedness or far-sightedness, bifocal lenses with distinct areas for short and long-range vision, and progressive lenses with multiple refractive forces across the lens. With these options, Sllac reading glasses provide a comprehensive solution for different visual requirements.
People can’t leave digital products, while exposed to digital screens for long time, our eyes and health will be harmed continuously. To filter the harmful blue light, anti blue lenses can effectively block the blue light from digital screens and provide us comfort when confronting digital products.
Progressive lenses allows you to see close-up, middle-distance and distance without needing to change your glasses. With progressive lenses, it's clear to see your computer screen or other objects at arm's length. What's more, compared to bifocal lenses, there is no line signed on the progressive lenses.
Photochromic lenses are eyeglass lenses that are clear (or nearly clear) indoors and darken automatically when exposed to sunlight. They can shield your eyes from 100 percent of the sun's harmful UVA and UVB rays.
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