How to adjust to single vision glasses to get a comfortable and perfect vision?
Whether you are a first-time eyeglasses wearer or someone who has worn glasses for years, you may find that new glasses do not seem to work well with your eyes. You may experience some common discomforts, such as blurred vision, dizziness, headache, eye strain.
It is necessary to know that your eyes have to adjust after you get your new glasses. It is called an adjustment period.
Don't get discouraged and switch to your old glasses if you have these sensations with your new glasses right now. You will get perfect vision with your new glasses if you wear them consistently to adjust.
For single-vision glasses wearer (to see far away or up close), it takes one week to subside the discomfort. If you have a strong prescription, a two-week adjustment period may be necessary.
1. Put your new glasses on as soon as you wake up and wear them as much as you can each day.
2. Don't go back and forth with your old glasses, even if your old pair is more comfortable.
3. Hide your old glasses if you have to!