4 Benefits of Using Glasses

The glasses play a very important role in protecting our vision. If their use is associated with the need to see better near or far, we do not always remember how they help protect the eyes and the aggravation of visual problems.

4 Benefits of Using Glasses

We wear sunglasses on sunny days to protect the eyes, and we often use graduates to get a better view and read. The truth is that wearing glasses is part of our day-to-day life, whether they graduate or the sun, often without realizing its advantages.

Not all sunglasses or pre-graduates will have the benefits that prescribed and certified lenses have, so care and attention is needed when purchasing a new pair of glasses to take advantage of these advantages:


It may not seem very relevant, but the use of glasses on the face often protects the eyes from dust and other harmful substances to the eye, especially if the lenses cover a large part of the face.

If you look at the dust, water droplets and other debris accumulated in the spectacles, you will notice the effective protection they provide to the eyes – even if only face-goggles can guarantee this full protection(such as those used underwater) .


Ultraviolet rays from sunlight and reflected in water, snow or on the ground can cause a number of eye injuries, so it is important to choose suitable sunglasses and protection against these strong radiations.

Note that ultraviolet rays can exist even on cloudy days, not exclusive to the sunny weather or the hottest seasons of the year. Therefore, it is advised to wear sunglasses whenever you are on the street and that this use is justified.

The use of the correct sunglasses can prevent many temporary injuries caused by exposure of the eyes to these rays-and even more serious and long-term injuries that intensify with lack of eye protection.


The use of goggles in occupations of danger to the eyes is essential, as well as during the practice of sport. These glasses should be closed, covering the whole region of the look, and manufactured in strong plastic, such as polycarbonate.

These glasses prevent possible accidents of work or leisure in the practice of these activities can cause more severe injuries.


The prescription glasses not only become an indispensable complement to the vision(near or far) as they have the function of ‘correcting’ the vision, trying to avoid the increase of the graduation.

Of course this depends on other factors, such as food, lifestyle, time spent in front of computer screens, mobile phone and others. But it also depends on the successful choice of glasses.

Anti-reflective and anti-scratch lenses, for example, not only help one to feel better against reflective surfaces, but also prevent further progression of graduation and longer longevity of the pair of glasses.