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How to Choose the Right Sunglasses
 

How to Choose the Right Sunglasses

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Learn how to shop for the right pair of sunglasses
 
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12 Nov 2016 - General
 
Mark Edmon Tan Wow that sounds really cool. Earlier there used to be those glasses which had two pairs of lenses that you could swap depending on the situations. There is one pair of lenses with regular glasses and another pair of shades. They looked kind of fancy and I remember wanting one as a child, even though I never needed glasses to see! :D Transition photochromic lenses seem to do the same job automatical...
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Thank you for sharing valuable information about polarized glasses, Theekshana Abayawickrama. It's good to know that companies that produce sunglasses are very innovative these days using modern technology to aid in the protection of our eyesight. I haven't seen actual polarized glasses but what I see lately are those transition photochromic lenses. They look like regular eyeglasses indoors but once the pe...
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Speaking of sunglasses, polarized glass used to be a big deal sometime back. I also rushed in an bought a pair of polarized sunglasses for myself for a not so expensive price. But turned out that I feel uncomfortable wearing those. I get a mild headache with polarized glasses on for 10-15 minutes. I read that it happens with some people. I am not sure if polarization has anything to do with the protection against ultraviolet radiation though. What it does is it blocks light waves that are having...
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Aside from the the fact that UV rays of the sun are considered harmful to our skin, it can damage our vision as well. According to my research, there are three ranges of UV radiation: UVC, UVB and UVA. The most damaging form is UVC, but it is already absorbed by our atmosphere so it cannot harm us. What is detrimental to our eyesight however, is UVA. It may have a multitude of harmful effects on our eyes that ranges from acute and reversible inflammation to more serious and lifelong conditions l...
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