Go for the Polarized sunglasses is all we get from eye Doctors! But what’s the buzz with the polarized glass?
For one reason that polarised lenses block the glare from light better than any other sunglass. Hence polarised sunglasses are also the best if you spend a lot of time near water. But sunglasses aren’t just limited to this. If you are anyone who has difficulty with glare outdoors, polarised sunglasses are the advanced lenses that help you deal with the harsh sun rays. Also, the best option for light-sensitive people.
How do Polarized lenses work?
The normal sunglasses are flat surfaced glasses. When the light strikes the reflected beams travel in a uniform and horizontal direction thus causing a dangerous intensity of light effecting glare.
Polarized lenses are well built with filters and Block the intense light thus reducing glare and discomfort. For people over 40 years of age, you can have progressive lens in-built with polarized sunglasses. Hence, significant time can be spent outside without the worry of eye strain. Since Polarized lenses are known to reduce the reflections from water, they significantly improve your ability to see through objects below the surface of a lake or ocean
When not to use Polarised Glass?
Though they are ideal, there are instances when polarised lenses are not recommended. Polarized lenses make it difficult to see the screen on your phone and reduce the visibility of images produced by liquid crystal displays(LCD), this includes ATMs and gas station pumps.
If you’re planning to switch to a polarized sunglass, have an Appointment with an Eye Doctor near you for further consultation. However, we assure that a polarised lens with an anti-reflective coating at the backside of the lens will help you see clearly and comfortably under bright sunlight with no eye strain.