Naturally getting 20/20 vision?
Okay so my eyesight is rather bad, my left eye is -5.25, and my right is -4.75 and was curious, is it possible to get to 20/20 vision naturally? if yes, how? I often spend alot of time on computers, which I guess is parshly a problem with my eyesight but is it possible to regain the 20/20 vision?
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Question about my eyesight:?
I recently went to an eye doctor and took an eye exam. He said that I have 25/20 vision on my left eye, but 60/20 vision on my right eye. He said It’s a good idea to get glasses, but I don’t think I need them. My right eye has always been worse, though I can see pretty clearly when both eyes are open. I think I might be nearsighted. At school, I can see the board/screen and can drive without them. You don’t HAVE to have a perfect 20/20 vision. However, I’m still curious if I need them now or in the near future. What do you think?
Also, is there a way to make your eyesight better or keep from getting worse naturally (without the need for glasses/contacts/surgery)? I don’t want to have glasses lol.
When your two eyes are so radically different, the worse eye can continue to get even worse. Also your binocular vision may deteriorate. Wearing glasses is not always satisfactory, because the image sizes may be noticeably different.
A contact lens for the worse eye could be a good solution. Because the lens sits right on the eye, the problem of differing image sizes is minimized. It’s true that contact lenses can be a lot of trouble to wear and maintain, but it might be a good answer for you. Also, advances are continually being made in laser resculpting of the cornea to improve vision. That’s not for everybody, but it could help you.
My advice: Work with an ophthalmologist (eye doctor with an M.D. Degree) to arrive at the best solution for you.
Can glasses ruin your eyes? HELP any answer is greatly appreciated ?
i had almost perfect vision and wore glasses to read really small print in a book. And i kept using them to read and have become used to it (they were glasses from barnes and noble)
Now i seem to cant see as well as i have! Is it possible that glasses can RUIN vision.
Really, can they ruin my vision in only a month?
i can see really far a way, but not upclose anymore
(i know i was really stupid )
and how do you get glasses, like real perscription ones. Do you go to lenzcraft and buy them or to the doctors first? Should i ignore my problem?
Any stories or personal experience about glasses and how you got glasses would be greatly appreciated. Do you like glasses? Can your eyesight improve? How did you get glasses?
thank you very much for your help
Your glasses don’t “make” your vision worse. However, the world without glasses starts to look worse for two big reasons.
1: as we grow, our need for glasses naturally changes. Your prescription might’ve been in the process of changing anyways. This is really common when you’re in your teens and twenties! Eyes can change practically overnight, when you’re young.
2: your brain might just be getting used to the way things look when you wear your glasses. It’s going “gee, things look great with these on!” so the world without glasses just doesn’t look so awesome anymore.
Basically, no, there’s no way you “ruined” or hurt your eyes. That said, you’re probably still not getting the best vision possible out of reading glasses: see an “eye doc” like lenscrafters to get a real prescription pair.
Personally, I think I look better with glasses than without.
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