Spring is in full swing, a time when the eyes suffer a lot because they are exposed to tiny dust particles and allergens that circulate in the environment.
Symptoms are intense itching, burning, irritation and swelling of the eyelids, redness, photophobia, lacrimation, and sometimes dry eyes. With the possibility that the tear duct of the eye suffers, chronic diseases can occur if they are not treated properly.
These variants cause many contact lens wearers to revert to traditional glasses. Since this way the risk of spring discomfort is less.
Tamara MinaefOphthalmologists from the University of Chile, confirm that “at this time you have to be very careful with the use of contact lenses, in fact, common sense suggests that it is better not to use them. But their convenience and unbeatable vision makes it difficult Therefore, we tolerate annoying symptoms like epiphora, itching and red eye which can lead to complications in the long run. However, it is advisable to replace their wear time with open-air lenses.”
However, this change is seen as a loss of visual quality, although today it is possible to reduce this effect through EnergizeMe technology.
The key to this technology is that through its design it adapts to the specific vision patterns of contact lens wearers, mimicking intermittent and voluntary behavior, compensating for eye and head movements. In this way, it is possible to easily switch between distances.
Chile spring brings new technology for contact lens wearers and allergy sufferers
Matthias Schomburgkexpert in visual health and CEO of Zeiss Vision Center states that “This new technology helps improve vision for people who are used to wearing contact lenses on a daily basis. It allows them to take a break from contact lenses is, adaptation minimizes discomfort and achieve balance”.
The lens technology aims to help people rest tired eyes after wearing contact lenses, and can complement their daily lives. Wide and comfortable vision with a comprehensive feel that details the changes that contact lenses make.