Top 3 Tips to Prevent the Need For Bifocal Glasses When You Get Older

As we get older, parts of our body start to exhibit symptoms of wear and tear, which can be quite depressing. Our muscles and metabolism shrinks, and we get aches all over our bodies if we exert ourselves too much. Even our eyesight weakens, and my parents started wearing bifocal lenses when they get to their forties. One quick tip is to go for LASIK, and you can go without bifocals then. Continue reading Top 3 Tips to Prevent the Need For Bifocal Glasses When You Get Older

Top 3 Tips to Better Bifocal Glasses

As you get older, there is higher probability that you will develop lens problems such as short sightedness and long sightedness together. This means that you will not be able to see things far away clearly, as well as objects that are near to you. You will have to resort to wearing bifocal glasses, which have two lenses in one, to look far away when you look up, and near when you look down. Continue reading Top 3 Tips to Better Bifocal Glasses

A Brief Introduction to Bifocal Safety Glasses

After hundreds of years’ progression and advancement, the eyewear world has been filled with a very huge variety of eyeglass types and associated styles. According to functional complexity, all types of eyeglasses can be classified into two groups. Each pair within the first group offers a single form of vision correction or eye protection. And the other group contains lots of types of eyewear products that provide multiple functions. Bifocal safety glasses fall into the latter group. Continue reading A Brief Introduction to Bifocal Safety Glasses

Quick Short Facts About Bifocal Reading Glasses

Recently, more and more people at a young age suffer from impaired vision. As a result, the demand for bifocal reading glasses is high. Spectacles together with contact lenses are considered some of the most innovative products today. Their function is quite valuable as they are tools for helping people to see much clearly and conveniently. Compare to contact lenses, spectacles offer more convenience to people age 40 and up. Continue reading Quick Short Facts About Bifocal Reading Glasses

Bifocal Reading Glasses

If you have been a specs wearing person, you are bound to have a different kind of problem once you reach middle age, say, the age of 45. Reading books or newspapers would become difficult for most people after this age, sometimes even earlier. Reading glasses are the obvious option, but as said, if you are wearing glasses already, for far-sightedness, then it becomes haphazard to use two sets of specs at the same time. The answer to that – BIFOCALS. Continue reading Bifocal Reading Glasses

Who Needs Progressive Bifocal Safety Glasses?

In the modern society, there are so many people who need to wear prescription eyeglasses or contact lenses. Another point is that many jobs or sports require the use of safety eyeglasses. This can be testified by the cases of eye injuries occurring every day worldwide. As the public enjoys a longer life span, many people in their 40s and 50s still remain in their jobs. However, the traditional problem called presbyopia is sometimes unavoidable. Continue reading Who Needs Progressive Bifocal Safety Glasses?

Original and Modern Bifocal Glasses

Presbyopia is a common vision problem among both men and women in their 40s and older ages. Suffering this bothersome vision defect, people have difficulty in reading newspapers, printed materials and so on. In those early days, only reading glasses were available for presbyopic patients to get vision correction. These glasses can perform well during close reading activities. But for some people who need to wear glasses dealing with myopia, it becomes haphazard to use two sets of spectacles at the same time. Continue reading Original and Modern Bifocal Glasses