Something worth a try and looking at...for $19.95 a pair it's definitely worth a try...and they even include the shipping charges...with all the work I do on the computer it certainly couldn't hurt...BD
Are you tired of constantly changing your prescription eyeglasses to meet the ever-increasing power of your lenses? Do you wonder why in spite of wearing them your eyesight is getting weaker day-by-day? Would you like to use a single pair of glasses lifelong for correcting vision due to eye problems like myopia (near-sightedness), hyperopia (long-sightedness), or problems related to computer use?
Even if you do not have any vision issues, the glasses can help. The technology is actually not new and has been around for quite a while. By restricting your vision to a smaller area, glare from the sun and other lights can be less obtrusive. Pinhole glasses do not use any lenses and use the principal of light only, thus reducing the exposure of some dangerous rays.
One thing you won't have to worry about would be scratches to the lens surface. They are to be used when watching television, working on the computer (which I do quite a bit) and you can also take them with you to the movie theater. They are not to be worn when driving or at any time when you need all of your peripheral vision.
They are not right for everyone with eye disorders, including a honeycomb effect and diffraction. They are not expensive by any means and offer a guarantee, so there's not much to risk as far as expense. The holes in the glasses are 1 - 1.5 mn and spaced using laser technology. Presbyopia is condition in which the eye lens lose their ability to focus properly. It is a problem that is caused due to age. People over the age of 45 are at risk of getting the disorder so I guess this puts me right in there to be at risk.
People with cataracts have even been able to get relief with the reduction of light on the eye and has lead to better vision with less interference.
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