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How to choose the right sports glasses?
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The general rule when selecting glasses for any sports is the choice of lenses that would provide maximum light transmission and full security, and therefore the lenses in such glasses should be as light as possible, and the more the frame rests against the face, the more luminous should Be lens.

In addition, when extracting a prescription for sports glasses, collecting a general and eye anamnesis, a specialist should find out what medicines his client takes, since, for example, taking non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (aspirin, paracetamol, diclofenac) leads to thinning of the tear film and drying out the cornea, causing A feeling of sand in the eyes. It is also known that 90% of medicines, including food additives and multivitamins, can worsen visual functions.

Most often the client is offered the following recommendations for the selection of color lenses in glasses: "If you are in the mountains on a bright, sunny day ride in yellow glasses, then burn your eyes. Colorless transparent lenses come in handy at night or at dusk. In lenses of lemon, orange and gold shades, it is good to ride in cloudy weather and in fog, and also in winter evenings with electric lighting. Uk suppliers of sports eyewear such as all eyes. There are still lenses that "kill" the green and blue light. They help to correctly estimate the distances on the green field and in the forest. They are used by golfers and hunters. Brown lenses are good both in bright sunshine and in variable cloudiness - this is the most universal color! "In this connection it will be appropriate to say a few words about the physiology of the eye ...

The reaction of the human eye to changes in the level of illumination is called adaptation. Dark adaptation in humans is quite prolonged. It can take up to 30 min, until the twilight vision is fully activated. Chromatic adaptation of the eyes realizes the "white balance". If a bright color field suddenly appears in front of the eyes, the receptors will lower their sensitivity and mute the color, since chromatic adaptation is a decrease in the sensitivity of the eye to the color if it is observed more or less (example - playing golf on a large green field). Contrast adaptation is necessary if you have to alternately look at brightly lit and dark areas, resulting in rapid fatigue of the eyes and a feeling of motion sickness, as, for example, when driving on a road framed on two sides by trees.

The number of existing sports today is almost limitless, that's why the set of various factors influencing the optimality of correction of the athletes' view is also great. However, all these factors must be taken into account when choosing lenses, because optimal vision is a decisive condition for full-fledged sports and achieving high sports results.