Reading Glasses -


If you have reached the point of not being able to read up close without stretching your arms past the limit, you need to turn to single-vision reading glasses. Reading glasses come mainly in two styles: full frames, in which the whole lens is made in the reading prescription and half-eyes, the smaller glasses, which sit lower down on the nose. Full reading glasses are suitable for people who spend a lot of time concentrating on material close-up. If you try looking up and across the room through your reading lenses, things around appear blurry. In contrast, half-eye reading glasses permit one to look down and through the lenses for near work and up and over them for seeing in the distance. Usually, people who have never needed glasses in the past start out with a pair of reading glasses rather than bifocals or no-line progressive lenses. They are usually a better choice if the wearer has a need for a distance as well as a near correction.
The latest about reading glasses -
These days one can even go for handy accessories for temporary use, like an evening in a dimly lit restaurant, include tiny foldable readers that fit in pen-sized cases and lorgnettes or magnifiers that hang around your neck like a beautiful pendant. Also available are plastic lenses mounted in credit card-sized holders that slip easily in a wallet. Though these are horrible for reading a book, they are fine for those moments of desperation when you just want to know what the menu says and can't make out.
Also available are tinted reading glasses with protection from ultra violet rays for wearing outdoors in the sun; a popular type is the sunglass bifocal, which has a nonprescription upper half for looking into the distance and a reading prescription lower half for close up. Reading glasses can also be custom-made for each individual through an optical dispenser or they could be purchased "ready-made" at a pharmacy or departmental store. The Ready-made glasses are less expensive than custom eyewear, allowing one to own several pairs for a small amount of money. Reading glasses are also available in a lot of other fun styles and colors, so people with presbyopia can experiment with fashion, purchasing outrageous pair of glasses without risking a lot of money.

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