Who is not suitable for wearing sunglasses?
23-02-24 11:31:16 By Bestsea eyewear
On a hot summer day, there is a lot of ultraviolet rays in the sun. These ultraviolet rays will hurt your eyes. A pair of sunglasses can not only block the dazzling sunlight, but also give the impression of being gentle,natural and unrestrained. Moreover, the current eyewear has a variety of styles and colors, including acetate sunglasses, metal sunglasses, titanium sunglasses, as well as horn sunglasses and wood sunglasses made of natural materials, which is an irresistible temptation for beauty lovers.
However, sunglasses are not suitable for everyone. For some people, they are not only beneficial but harmful.
According to experts,patients with the following diseases are not suitable for wearing sunglasses, and special attention should be paid.
1.Glaucomatous patients. People with glaucoma need strong light. Make the pupil narrow and reduce the intraocular pressure. However, after wearing glasses, it will lead to light reduction, pupil enlargement, water in the eye chamber can not be discharged, and the intraocular pressure is easy to increase and compress the retina and optic nerve, resulting in eye dilation, eye pain, headache, nausea, visual field reduction, visual impairment, and even blindness.
2.Patients with optic retinitis. Wearing sunglasses causes poor nerve conduction. It aggravates inflammation and is harmful to the recovery of eyes.
3. Petients with color blindness. Color blindness patients have no ability to distinguish certain colors. If they wear sunglasses, it is more difficult to distinguish colors. It looks like the whole world is gray. If they go out, they may also bring certain security risks to themselves.
4. Patient with night blindness. If night blindness patients wear sunglasses, the light will become weak, causing vision loss, or even blindness.
On the contrary, some people must wear sunglasses. For example, people who have been placed with artificial lens after cataract surgery, people who have dilated their pupils due to some eye diseases, people who have just completed refractive surgery, people who are engaged in skiing or mountain adventure sports, and drivers, in order to reduce the damage of ultraviolet rays to the eyes, it is best to wear sunglasses. In addition, if there are patients with keratitis, conjunctivitis, retinal detachment, etc., wearing sunglasses can promote the recovery of the disease as soon as possible.
In short, you should wear sunglasses according to your illness and actual needs, and a qualified pair of sunglasses must have two essential functions, one is to block strong light and the other is to protect against ultraviolet rays.
For safety reasons, it is recommended to go to a regular fitting agency when purchasing sunglasses, consult a professional ophthalmologist first, and select sunglasses with anti-ultraviolet signs to avoid unnecessary injury. Don't just look at the style and color of glasses, but look at whether they are suitable for you and what they are used for.
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