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How to Get Used to Progressive Lenses

From a certain age (somewhere between late 30s to early 40s), your vision naturally declines, especially when it comes to seeing things up close. For most glasses wearers, that comes in addition to imperfect eyesight when looking at a distance.

You can get 2 pairs of glasses, each for a different issue, but switching between them can be a pain. A more ideal solution would be the all-in-one kind, aka progressive lenses.

This type of lens provides clear and corrected vision for reading, distance and everything in between, with a smooth transition between all fields of vision. However, it might take a long time getting used to, because it requires looking through different parts of the lens for each field of vision...