People with low vision have always been relying on eyeglasses. However, does wearing glasses improve eyesight?
Contrary to popular belief, they don’t.
According to Specsavers, glasses can only “correct the refractive error.” They don’t have anything to do with permanently solving your vision problem.
It turns out that common vision problems have something to with the eye’s shape. Who would’ve thought there’s such a thing as a really long eyeball? In fact, a cornea can even be too curved.
Since the problem is the eye itself, there’s no proof that a pair of glasses can slowly change its shape. For now, the only permanent solution is surgery.
If you really want to improve your vision so bad, Healthline has tips for naturally enhancing eyesight. Here they are:
- Consume vitamins and minerals that can directly affect your eye health.
- If you’re in front of a computer all day, stare at something 20 feet away for 20 seconds every 20 minutes (“20-20-20 rule”).
- If you’re a smoker, try your best to stop smoking.
- Stop rubbing your eyes with dirty hands.
Does wearing glasses improve eyesight?
Unfortunately, no. Glasses can only correct your vision, not solve the root cause of the problem. So, even if you can see clearly with your glasses on, removing them will instantly remind you of your low vision.
If you have no choice but to depend on your glasses, make sure to repair them immediately once you see scratches on the lenses.