Do Glasses Ruin Your Eyesight?

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  • John Gibbs
    John Gibbs 7 days ago

    Ok fine if you're born with poor eyesight. But what about those of us with perfect vision that goes south as we age? That's a whole different story and specifically has to do with stiffening lens muscles. Have studies been done on these folks to determine the efficacy of eye glasses over time? I'd love to know the answer to this as it directly affects me. TY in advance. :). 🤓

  • Remy Kamermans
    Remy Kamermans 8 days ago

    From what i know from information there hasnt been enough studies done to confirm or call it a myth.

  • Lucas ramphal
    Lucas ramphal 11 days ago

    Does wearing glasses when you don't need them affect your eyesight over time?

  • Haris Asif
    Haris Asif 13 days ago

    just recently gout glasses.. thanks for the info

  • john rosenskjold
    john rosenskjold 14 days ago

    But is there any empirical evidence that supports that the statement that over time wearing glasses wont speed up the process that makes the lenses in the eyes getting stiffer as the lenses are not being stretched and contracted as much?

  • MegaMementoMori
    MegaMementoMori 14 days ago

    Your last statement is likely false. If you are a patreon supporter, you are likely more wealthy then average. If you are more wealthy, you are more likely to get a laser correction. QED.

  • Reality Reflected
    Reality Reflected 14 days ago

    Boi. You don't tell people the answer to the question in the first 30 seconds of the video. That's how you get less view time. K bye.

  • Mctittles
    Mctittles 15 days ago

    Same wrong reasoning people keep saying VR will ruin your eyes.

  • Son of a Diddly
    Son of a Diddly 16 days ago

    Why does this need a whole production crew, when other youtube channels put out similar quality content with just one or two people?

  • Romell Cruz
    Romell Cruz 16 days ago

    please dont scroll through the comment section- it's full of bullshit.

  • dodid0
    dodid0 16 days ago

    another proof doctors have no idea what they´re doing and just hitting blind!

  • PAIN Immoral
    PAIN Immoral 16 days ago

    I had a little eye sight problem with reading and would mix up letters sometimes (I'm not dyslexia at all) I wore those glasses for 7 fucking years and got 20/15 vision it is amazing.

  • Emma Jackson
    Emma Jackson 16 days ago

    question is 20/100 bad vision

  • TiffayPlayzGames
    TiffayPlayzGames 18 days ago

    For now on i will still wear my glasses and move the screen abit farther

  • Wolf Of The Roses
    Wolf Of The Roses 18 days ago

    My glasses got broken so I have to wait like a month.

  • Tat0 11
    Tat0 11 18 days ago

    FOOL everyone knows that glasses cause autism!

  • MrZnarffy
    MrZnarffy 19 days ago

    But what is the reason for eyeballs growing too short or long? which pathways control the growth of the eyes? There needs to be a calibration mechanism, and how does that work. I think its too simplistic to say glasses have no effect....

  • h baker
    h baker 19 days ago

    Hank, why is my vision so bad? Every year for 55 yrs since I was in the third grade ( you do the math) they have gotten more and more near sighted where I have had to change Rx yearly and can only see clearly about 6 inches in front of me now. I wear trifocals. If I misplace my glasses I have to have a 2nd pair stored in a specific place in the house at all times for emergency back up to find them.! some say to wear them less to force my eyes to adjust back little by little, like wearing orthodontic braces to realign teeth. Any truth to the myth? can you improve your vision by doing less close work like reading and computers?

  • Dale Stephanson
    Dale Stephanson 21 day ago

    Everyone saying they have "_____ eyesight disorder" and feeling left out of the glasses video. I have practically perfect vision and didn't feel the need to whine he didn't talk about me more. xP

  • Andrew Durbin
    Andrew Durbin 21 day ago


  • Save the Ducks
    Save the Ducks 21 day ago

    I need bifocals, whats the problem with my eyes🤓

  • Buddy Bud-Bud
    Buddy Bud-Bud 21 day ago

    I call bullshit! I myself wore glasses for 3 years and my eyes got worse but when I stopped wearing them I noticed a difference within 6 months that my eyes got better and I haven't worn glasses for nearly 5 years now and I can see just fine... for those that are wondering I was -3.5 and now I'm -0.5 no jokes

  • John Harris
    John Harris 22 days ago

    I'm flat out nearsighted can't see shit far from me and its worst if i forget my glasses my vision gets messed up i can't even see in front of me since im so used to my glasses before i never wore them till i was told too when i was 14

  • Allison Jacobsen
    Allison Jacobsen 23 days ago

    I needed to get glasses in the 9th grade. From about 6th through 8th the world was pretty blurry past about 6ft. Once i got glasses i was able to see things i had no clue existed stars and leaves and grains of gravel on the paths... After a few months i got used to the glasses and when i take them off i can only see about 3 ft, and everything past 12 now is completely blurred. So glasses are better, but once you get used to them its hard to cope without them.

  • Travis Johnson
    Travis Johnson 24 days ago

    I was told I needed glasses when I was young, got some, wore them for less than 1 day, and decided against them. 15+ years later, I get by just fine without them. Obviously, my vision is not perfect, but much better without glasses than lots of people my age who grew up wearing them. So I'm glad I never did; I would have been reliant on them, unable to get by without them.

  • Gokul Manohar
    Gokul Manohar 24 days ago

    Do wearing *Zero Power* glass have any problem. Could I use to while working on computers?

  • Eggy Fresh
    Eggy Fresh 24 days ago

    I got prescription glasses in fourth grade and HATED them. Later I figured that I just got a bad prescription and got new glasses. I disliked these even more. I went back to the first prescription. Now, I barely wear my glasses (I'm not able to drive yet) but my prescription luckily hasn't changed in five years. I can't quite explain what I hate so much about them, but it's related to color and it's driving me crazy trying to figure it out. Anyone else have a similar issue?

  • Koala King
    Koala King 24 days ago

    Does anyone know how much (if any) of this video applies to contact lenses?

  • SONGbyrdRYzing
    SONGbyrdRYzing 24 days ago

    And what if you can't see SHIT because of astigmatism??? Anyone??

  • Charlie C.
    Charlie C. 25 days ago

    I'm farsighted and I used to get underprescribed glasses as a kid.... Did my optometrists just not know what they were doing or ? also this was post-2002

  • adsffsdas
    adsffsdas 25 days ago

    have you guys done the research or looked into the matter of proof where glasses actually make your eyesight worse? my brother is completely convinced that the cons by far outweigh the pros and that this is no myth. tbh i wasnt really convinced by this video

  • Tavros Nitram
    Tavros Nitram 25 days ago

    I don't know, I used to have really good vision, then I moved and spent allot of my time on an iPad, that made my vision horrible and I needed glasses (I was 17 when this started and will now be 19 in a handful of days)As soon as I got the glasses I cut the time I spent on my iPad down and when I was on it I would have the iPad further away from my face and use it without my glasses. The more I used my glasses the worse my vision gotThe same is for my brother and he needs his third pair of glasses that are A SSSHHHIIITTTT TON stronger than his first pair

  • Spartan Bruce
    Spartan Bruce 25 days ago

    How is this a thing?! I think some paranoid idiots have waaay too much time on their hands. I wouldn't be surprised if this came from the same people who belive in lizard people or flat earth. Ahhh... what have we come to?

    • Tavros Nitram
      Tavros Nitram 25 days ago

      Just read the comments and you'll find this video is bullshit
      Even in my own experience my eyesight has gotten worse because of glasses and I am a young healthy adult

  • Marie P
    Marie P 25 days ago


  • Ibraheem Andeejani
    Ibraheem Andeejani 25 days ago

    Then there's me being antimetropia (one eye is near sighted and the other is far sighted). I find it amusing when people try my glasses on.

  • Lawrence Lentini
    Lawrence Lentini 26 days ago

    I've always wondered why doctors didn't prescribe eye exercises

  • Luiz Alleman
    Luiz Alleman 26 days ago

    does smartphone light cause eye cancer?

  • Admiral Mudkip
    Admiral Mudkip 26 days ago

    The people that think glasses make your eyesight worse are the same people who think vaccines cause autism.

    • iQuench
      iQuench 9 days ago

      Admiral Mudkip I wore glasses since I was one. My eyesight has improved. I'm at 6.5 which I NEVER been in EVER. I CALL BS ON THIS VIDEO!

    • Tavros Nitram
      Tavros Nitram 25 days ago

      Good job on lumping people together
      My eyesight got a shit ton worse when I started to wear glasses, I was 17 and will soon be 19
      My brother who was I think 14 when he started to wear glasses and is now 16 has THE worst eyesight in the family now
      My dad started to wear glasses as an adult and the glasses he wears have made his eyesight worse
      My mom, the only farsighted person in the family, was prescribed glasses to see up close recently, her eyesight has gotten tremendously worse
      None of use are against vaccines

  • lunaevercast
    lunaevercast 26 days ago

    the first ophtamatrist i went to told my parents he could fix my nearsitedness with eye physical therapy once a week i went to the basment that looked like it was out of alice in wonder land and the the "therapist" had me do eye exercises. this of course didnt work as i now have strong perscription glasses.

  • Kratos God of War
    Kratos God of War 27 days ago

    could u guys explain the difference between radiation heat and extremely intense heat? I've tried researching it on Google but no websites I've (which btw is a lot) explains this topic. they'll explain just radioctive heat or convection heat but never the difference between radiation heat and extremely intense heat. thank u in advance.

  • Famida Islam
    Famida Islam 27 days ago

    In my experience, after studying hard for exams in bright light, I got a severe case of myopia this frightened the hell out of me because I did not want to wear glasses because none in my family wears one and to me, its like becoming handicapped as you become permanently dependent on something.
    after some research and focusing on far away objects more and squinting full Asian when in bright light or studying, after about 2 weeks I am back to normal
    i still get myopic when dealing with close work however looking outside the window at the sky and far away trees seems to correct it pretty well

  • samljer
    samljer 27 days ago

    stopped wearing glasses, eye sight got better.
    even stopped having it required to drive.

    so... dunnoo....

  • essennagerry
    essennagerry 28 days ago

    So you say it's NOT the muscles that make the eyesight poor, but the eyeball shape, or WHERE in the eye the focus happens. Then you say diopters worsen because of wekened ability to focus on different things (what the muscles do), when actually diopters are supposed to be determined by where in the eye the focus happens.

    So you say muscles don't matter, then you say they do matter.

    I say they do matter, they're just not the only aspect. Hence why so many people have experienced worsen eyesight right after glasses and why so many people have fully cured their eye sight by exersize, yet simultaneously a lot of people can't do that.

    There are many factors to eye health. I believe the industry wants you to dismiss a whole bunch (like eye exercise and nutrition) and go straight for glasses, then another pair, then another pair... When in reality a lot of people could benefit and some even cure their problem entirely giving those attention.

  • Claudina Napitupulu
    Claudina Napitupulu 28 days ago

    for the sake of eyeglasses industry, yes, you need glasses

  • CodeKujo
    CodeKujo 28 days ago

    When I was young, my eyesight was around 20/15. Then around 12 years old, my vision started to degrade. My prescription was getting stronger such that I was getting new glasses every year. Each time, I would get glasses that restored my 20/15 vision. Then one year when I was getting new glasses, the guy stopped at 20/20. "I can usually see better than this", I said. "Well, I could keep going, but since you do mostly computer work, it's just going to give you eye strain as your eyes have to work more to focus up close."

    I left that day with two pairs of glasses. A distance pair for driving and sports, and a pair that corrected me to 20/50 for computer work. My prescription has been stable since then. I was 26.

    The role the eye strain played in my changing prescription is unclear from just my experience, but the eye strain is real. If I forget my computer glasses and try to do a full work day using my distance glasses, it's very uncomfortable after about four hours. I suspect there are a lot of near-sighted people who would be a lot more comfortable wearing a weaker prescription at work.

  • WatercoloredSilver
    WatercoloredSilver 28 days ago

    Short Answer: No.

  • Simplychrizz
    Simplychrizz 28 days ago

    why is my Internet so baaaad? i have 100 mbit officially and i get fucking 0,05 Mbit wtf ????

  • Mind over Mindfuck
    Mind over Mindfuck 28 days ago

    ... My optometrist under prescribed me up until I was 19 and I got a different one... I had forgotten how stars should look... I hope people stop doing that now

    • Jormungand13324
      Jormungand13324 28 days ago

      lat one to prescribe me was the military. Don't think they under did it

  • Discoboy
    Discoboy 28 days ago

    Not true. I wear glasses only in exceptional circumstances (driving) and that's why I have same minus(-1) for 13 years+. Basically people who wears glasses or lenses lost more sight. Eyes exercises also help .I work on computers for all my life and if I wear glasses all this time, I bet my vision would be way worse. I don'y it's cool to wear glasses or lenses, because they are not good for a fight, if you are a man.

  • faiaflrt
    faiaflrt 29 days ago

    So how can I know if I was unethically experimented on as a child, as this video seems to imply?

  • Jainil Patel
    Jainil Patel 29 days ago

    To be honest for me [NEAR SIGHTED] one day I was sitting on my couch watching TV WHEN SUDDENLY i realised I couldn't read the 'LG' symbol anymore. I got freaked out and told my parents who thought I was being dumb. Then 3 years later my eyesight went from 20/20 to -3 and -3.5 (basically everything further from ~ 5 metres is very burry)

    • Jormungand13324
      Jormungand13324 28 days ago

      try the blurriness starting at about a foot and a half away.

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    Nameless 29 days ago

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  • Rifleatk1396
    Rifleatk1396 1 month ago

    What about electronic deterioration? Is it different (if it's even a thing?)?

  • Michael King
    Michael King 1 month ago

    you can do eye exercises to improve vision...

  • That Totally Random Guy

    my left eye sees far distances blurry but my right eye is absolutely perfect

  • DeadOrAlive
    DeadOrAlive 1 month ago

    But what about if your eyes are fine and you wear glasses? Are you still fine?

  • Victoria W.
    Victoria W. 1 month ago

    I had an eyeglass commercial before this....

  • QueenofSilence101
    QueenofSilence101 1 month ago

    I've never heard anyone say glasses make your vision worse. Why would anyone think that?

    Even if you aren't a scientist, it should be common sense that this statement is stupid. Right?

    • Tavros Nitram
      Tavros Nitram 25 days ago

      Just read the comments to find that this video is bullshit

  • Songyi Han
    Songyi Han 1 month ago

    hell yea! look nerdy as you! (I love wearing glasses)

  • Jeanette Hansen
    Jeanette Hansen 1 month ago

    *Coughcough* The idea of glasses making your eyesight bad is because of how the chinese handle failing sight (with age). They proscribe paliptating the orbital muscles to try and strengthen the bloodflow to the eye and thus the ability to focus the eye properly. It reportedly works in many cases, but worth investigation.
    (Choosing one solution over the other seems to be a cultural thing. )
    Thinking that glasses will purposefully make your eyesight bad.. nyeeeeh. That's backwards..ish.
    Either way, glasses or exercises, may you always see clearly! ;-)

  • Guoenyi
    Guoenyi 1 month ago

    Ha! Now I can wear my specs even in sleep!

  • Naum Rusomarov
    Naum Rusomarov 1 month ago

    I've had mostly the same vision for almost 15 years now.

  • Neil Doerdan
    Neil Doerdan 1 month ago

    They missed the research that revealed that although glasses do not ruin your eyesight, they certainly can make it worse. The only way to make it better is to stop or reduce the activities that cause the damage in the first place. Too much close up work for too long a period of time in poor lighting conditions.
    Myopia can be repaired by allowing the ciliary muscle in the eye time to relax and return to its normal size along with retraining the eye to regain focus over long distances. If you wear glasses/lenses for close up work you add to the damage that can be done. If you wear glasses/lenses that give you 20/10 or 20/20 vision, then your eye thinks it is good and doesn't need to resize to get back to focus.

    • Jormungand13324
      Jormungand13324 28 days ago

      I'll look into it, thanks.

    • Neil Doerdan
      Neil Doerdan 28 days ago

      Jormungand13324 relied to that video as well as they avoided covering any of the research into glasses causing the axial length in the eye to increase, which not only leads to higher myopia but may eventually lead to retinal detachment as the eye elongates. Take a look at Jake Steiner for examples of research used.

    • Jormungand13324
      Jormungand13324 28 days ago

      sci-show covered near work in their video "the nearsightedness epidemic".

    • Neil Doerdan
      Neil Doerdan 1 month ago

      The research they referred to at would only use patients who were full time spectacle wearers (and I would assume the same pair of spectacles that corrected the myopia). As such this is what causes what is called lens induced myopia. If you are less than 2 diopter you should never wear your full prescription glasses for close up work, if you wear contact lenses then you can get around it by using reading glasses for close up work to avoid over straining the eye muscles.
      To correct vision from 5 diopter back to 20/20 has been done in less than 3 years. But for many people, 3 years is far too long a time, so easier to continue to wear the glasses for the rest of your life...

  • Marla Jacques
    Marla Jacques 1 month ago

    I tried eye exercises for a month and went from -4.75 to -3.50. Got new prescription from an argumentative dr so now I must keep it up, for sake of curiosity and spite!

  • Sophie Filo
    Sophie Filo 1 month ago

    I've...NEVER heard ANYONE say glasses make your vision worse.

  • Khalid Bin Abdul Wadud Bin Haider Dhali

    also just look cool! :D

  • Guilherme Sabino
    Guilherme Sabino 1 month ago

    Well fuck. I was hoping for it to be true. My glasses broke and its way too expensive for me to get new ones.

    • Guilherme Sabino
      Guilherme Sabino 1 month ago

      They have some nice glasses. But I'm not sure they deliver to *Brazil*.

    • William T
      William T 1 month ago

      Go to Zenni

  • Ainat
    Ainat 1 month ago

    I got rid of my glass with the right "workout" for my eyes. so... yeah. there is such thing.
    and I needed to go without glass or with a lower numer as well. and let them rest a lot... it took my a while but it was totally worth it.

  • Julian Hart
    Julian Hart 1 month ago

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  • shng sam
    shng sam 1 month ago

    Nope, i totally disagree with this video

    as a person with short sighted, I have a group of friends who is short sighted as well.

    Those who were their glasses most of the time, includes me
    having or short sighted getting worse every year

    Those who didnt wear their glasses, or just wear them occasionally, after a few year they no need glasses anymore!

    the real life case is very clear
    and whats even clearer my eyeball size has change since i wear glasses, so does i notice those who wore glasses in my family. These things are so obvious why researcher didn't notice it ?

    I have a severe myopic, and i regret i wore glasses all the time ( starting from age 7 i have perfect vision, 8, 9 years old i have 200 degree, than it just keep on increasing a lot every year )

  • metalperslfx
    metalperslfx 1 month ago

    I need to reduce my time looking at screens.

  • Stefano Liberale
    Stefano Liberale 1 month ago

    Is it just me or you look a lot like Daniel Tosh?

  • Quen Loust
    Quen Loust 1 month ago

    I bet if I wore my reading glasses when my eyesight was good, it wouldn't be as bad as it is now. I'm not blind without my glasses, but I pretty much HAVE to wear them all the time if I want to have a good time.

  • David 0/1
    David 0/1 1 month ago

    Fantastically stupid. Glasses definitely have made my vision worse. You described how eyes work, but failed to address why eyes become more oblong, and jumped to conclusions without evidence. This may be anecdotal, but i have experimented with my own vision and roughly measured changes by measuring the distance from my face where vision can focus - i got definite improvements after periods of not wearing glasses. I wish i could more often, but unfortunately i have to live and work, and need the glasses too much. So people, don't listen to this trash… if you feel fine or 'good enough' without glasses, dont start the dependency. This channel isn't worth my sub anymore.

  • Will H
    Will H 1 month ago

    I love how you roll your eyes to the ceiling (and beyond) with this myth lol!

  • Peter2kx
    Peter2kx 1 month ago

    bruh when I was a kid my vision was perfect then puberty hits.. and although it did lots of great things, one thing it did was made my vision shit. I can't see in the distance for the life of me lol

    • Peter2kx
      Peter2kx 1 month ago

      I'm not too sure.. that was all my doctors told me, it's a common thing for eyesight to worsen or improve during puberty for whatever reason it is. I have glasses, I jus't don't really wear them.

    • William T
      William T 1 month ago

      This may sound dumb to you, but your eyes don't elongate because of puberty, but rather the improper use of focal planes. I'm a teenager and my vision is improving. My eyes are shortening, due to the use of focal planes and stimulus. You're not a genetic failure.

    • Peter2kx
      Peter2kx 1 month ago

      that's what both my doctor and eye doctor said. Vision can and most of the time change during puberty years. It is a myth that eyeballs are fully grown at birth which, they are not. Often times through puberty eyes will grow, or as this video might put it, "lengthen". Besides, both my parents got shit eyesight too lol

    • William T
      William T 1 month ago

      Peter2kx It wasn't puberty, lol.

  • The Smug Doge
    The Smug Doge 1 month ago


  • Ayverie Ablaze
    Ayverie Ablaze 1 month ago

    The truth is... overcorrection ruins your eyesight. Including doing near work with a lens strength appropriate for driving. Glasses, if you already have mid to high myopia, prevent your sight from getting worse. But at -1 or less? If only you avoided them to begin with and made positive lifestyle and health changes, you wouldn't be at -6 with risk of retinal detachment now...

    This video tows the line of mainstream optometry. I wouldn't really expect anything else from it. But it is an utter tragedy that we all are being played for money like we are. We are being lied to. Luxottica is a monopoly! They have far too much invested in this lie to let little ol' Hank dismantle their industry!

  • Paul Bebnowski
    Paul Bebnowski 1 month ago

    I love this channel and this host... I only listen to nerds.. in nerds we trust!

  • mmarioivann
    mmarioivann 1 month ago

    Nice, could you explain how eye laser surgery works?

  • Daneesh
    Daneesh 1 month ago

    Urgh my first ophthalmologist gave me glasses with a lower prescription when I first started wearing them, thankfully changed doctors soon and got the correct prescription, albeit after like a year or so. Also, I had astigmatism so don't know if that's why my eyes got worse and worse or because of the wrong prescription or both!!!

    • William T
      William T 1 month ago

      Full prescription = prescription that is supposed to give you 20/20 vision (often overprescribed). When you're doing a close-up activity (eg looking at your phone), some of the light goes past your retina. Your eyes, wanting to remain in homeostasis, elongate, and as a result the light is focused further inf ront if your retina.

    • Daneesh
      Daneesh 1 month ago

      William T I'm sorry I don't understand what you're saying.

    • William T
      William T 1 month ago

      LilMsMalevolent Your eyes got worse since you wore that full prescription while you were doing close up

  • Riggro
    Riggro 1 month ago

    That's messed up. Thinking that you are more likely to be a nerd because you wear glasses.
    I have perfect 20/20 (although I can already tell age is affecting my vision) and always have had perfect vision.
    I can probably out-nerd a number of people here in these comments...
    I have a feeling there's absolutely no correlation between eyesight and smarts...

  • Aleybongo
    Aleybongo 1 month ago

    I have a complex eye problem and am negative 16 prescription

  • Jet Addict
    Jet Addict 1 month ago

    you long eyed bastard

  • EatenRibs i-si-u
    EatenRibs i-si-u 1 month ago

    Thanks so much for helping to teach ppl the truth about so many things. channel is better than i thought and i am considering to support you guys

  • Josh Wallbanks
    Josh Wallbanks 1 month ago

    Kully Kan't Kuff, Kan Kraig

  • Vitabrick Snailslime

    Well Hank, what you say is essentially correct but is not the whole truth. Fact is, your lens gets thicker as you age and so requires more effort to deform. Hence, even without having either a long or short eyeball your minimal focal distance will increase as you age. This can be offset to some extent by exercising your eyes (e.g. not always wearing glasses), but these muscles are really pretty small. I don't think there's the capacity to develop them in a Schwartzenegger type way.

  • porcineChemist
    porcineChemist 1 month ago

    When I was about 6, I got my first pair of glasses and was told by the eye doctor to only wear them when looking at the board at school- not to wear them all the time. However, it was clear to everyone around me that I needed to be wearing them all the time, and eventually just started wearing them all the time because I like to see. We then changed eye doctors and I was then given glasses at the correct prescription to wear all the time. Now I hover around -9 diopters in either eye and can't see 3 inches in front of me without correction. As soon as I get the money, I'm getting some form of corrective surgery.

    • William T
      William T 1 month ago

      porcineChemist Your first eye doctor was correct. Your eyes got worse due to you wearing them while doing close up. Please don't do Lasik.

  • Nofan Felani
    Nofan Felani 1 month ago

    do glasses make you look cool?

  • HalcyonSerenade
    HalcyonSerenade 1 month ago

    I was diagnosed as slightly far-sighted by my eye doctor and given glasses pretty early on. Just a few years ago, they got lost and my backup pair were very ill-fitting, so I just stopped wearing glasses at all for months... once I was able to go see my eye doctor again, I told him what happened and that I haven't felt any pain or noticed any blurry vision and was really questioning whether I needed glasses...

    ...he told me I haven't needed glasses for years, ever since my head stopped growing, and the glasses were just to assure that my eyes' slight self-correction wouldn't screw up my vision during development. *I just didn't ask.*

  • The Dynast Queen
    The Dynast Queen 1 month ago


  • Trinity Spark
    Trinity Spark 1 month ago

    What about people who dont need glasses but your optometrist still prescribes you reading glasses saying "this will help you" When in reality any time you used them they only made you feel a bit dizzy and things looked even weirder.

  • SilverHeart
    SilverHeart 1 month ago

    This ties into my question. Does being too close to the TV damage your eye vision?

  • Zack
    Zack 1 month ago

    I do eye excercises...

  • pokenei
    pokenei 1 month ago

    Glasses may or may not cause your vision to deteriorate, but TVs, and other electronic screens certainly would. My vision had gone from perfect to half-blinded in a short number of years. Now I can't even focus on things that are inches from my face without glasses.

    I don't think we humans are born with defective eyes. If that's the case, imagine most soldiers in ancient times going into battle with blurred vision, they can't even identify friend from foe.

  • GameInsider
    GameInsider 1 month ago

    QQ:why are some people can blur and focus their visions at will?

    • iQuench
      iQuench 9 days ago

      GameInsider my eyes work independent soo this is easy

    • Nova Calisthenics
      Nova Calisthenics 21 day ago

      Put your finger in front of you around 20 cm
      look at the background , the finger gets blurry...

    • AZNwannabe06
      AZNwannabe06 28 days ago

      Wait... not everybody can do that?

    • William T
      William T 1 month ago

      That's good

    • Alina S
      Alina S 1 month ago

      +Diplogod Oh, Hm, well they should still make that video

  • The Wolf On Fire
    The Wolf On Fire 1 month ago

    so many comments with people saying this can't be right there eye sight constantly changes must be the glasses

    yeah so does mine thats meant to happen I got my first pair of glasses 8 years ago my prescription was 50/50 with a blue tint for dyslexia I had those for half a year before the prescription changed and the tint stoped working
    then I had a stronger prescription with a purple tint those worked for 3 months I then moved one to another prescription and a green tint that was made up of 4 different colours by the time they finished making them I couldn't use them
    but didn't want to disappoint my mother who couldn't afford for me to get new colours I then spend the next 3 years with no glasses
    I went back to the optometrist got given a 50/50 prescription again with out colour because I could read just fine at the time I had those for a month before I couldn't see my street sign from my house anymore because the prescription ended up being wrong again and I couldn't read again either and needed coloured lenses again. went back again a year ago and they gave me the same prescription as before. I've been both nearsighted and farsighted threw my childhood *im most definitely near sighted now because I can't see shit *if its far away its gone if its to close it gone if the writings smaller then large print its gone if writings small and far away it gone*
    just be cause your eyes change doesn't mean its you glasses if you have glasses while your growing there going to change thats the whole point *your eyes grow with you* if your eyes aren't that bad *so basically your prescription isn't very strong and you can see pretty ok with out them* then they will change and hopefully you won't need to have glasses all the time if your on the higher end of the prescription range your eyesight might change but it isn't going to get A+ vision either.
    don't think just because your eyesight changes its your glasses because it isn't its just the way things happen. *honestly thats what the video was trying to tell you*

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