Do I Need to Wear Prescription Glasses

I have been experiencing dizziness these past days. There are also times that I have blurry visions and somewhat electrical storms in my head. I am wondering if these are symptoms of eye problem. As much as possible I do not want to wear prescription glasses but with my job, which is blogging, I am in front of the computer the whole day everyday, it is not impossible to have poor eyesight.

Some experts say that difficulty focusing on objects that are close often becomes noticeable in our early to mid 40s. Hmmm…I will be forty in just a few months.  This might be the reason too. To be sure, I should consult an optometrist for an overall medical check-up and evaluation of my eyes.

I do not want to wear eyeglasses or contact lens but I cannot do anything if I have to. Waaah!

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  1. While web browsing I’ve just come across your post. I have a mobile optical service across the pond in good old England. We might be miles apart, but being mere humans, we still suffer from the same ailments.
    I expect you’ve seen an optician by now, but just in case you haven’t, the symptoms you are experiencing don’t sound like the normal first signs of needing glasses.

    It’s true that generally people first start to struggle with their near vision in their mid 40s, but the normal signs are as follows.

    When you try to read the small print, you need to hold it away from you to see it clearly. Eventually either your arms just aren’t long enough (not really) or you have to give in and visit an optician to get reading glasses.

    It’s not the end of the world though, there are some beautiful frames out there. I’ve been in the trade for over 15 years and you’d be surprised how once you start wearing glasses, they’re so useful, and some of the frames are so fashionable you wish you’d had some earlier.

    I hope all is well and your eye problem now solved.

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