In the summer, it’s hard to avoid the scorching sun. For those times we do have to be outdoors, sunglasses are our eyes’ best bets for protection. Not a fan of sacrificing your sight for sun shielding? Prescription sunglasses will help you see perfectly—and circumvent harmful sun rays in the process. Here are some of the benefits of wearing prescription sunglasses.
Whether you’re driving, taking a walk outside, or swimming in the pool, glare is there. Instead of struggling with it, you can wear prescription sunglasses. Then it’s back to sunny—yet easy-to-see—skies.
Another benefit of wearing prescription sunglasses is keeping your sense of style intact. You can still sport a cool look as you benefit from the protection of prescription sunglasses.
UV Radiation Protection
Though the sun and its warmth keep our planet alive, it also gives off harmful UV radiation. UV radiation can damage your eyes—permanently. To keep your eyes in good health, it’s important to wear sunglasses with UV protection. That way, they have protection against the worst the sun has to offer. After all, you protect your skin with sunscreen. Why wouldn’t you protect your eyes too?
If you love brand name sunglasses, you’re in luck. Many name sunglasses come with prescription lenses, too. That means that you can still wear your favorite kinds of sunglasses while benefiting from prescription lenses.
When you already have a pair of glasses, you may get frustrated in the summer time. After all, you can’t just stack sunglasses on top of your glasses (well you can, but it may look a little funny). With prescription sunglasses, all you need to do is slip on your shades.
Did you know that prescription sunglasses can give you clearer vision than regular prescription glasses? That’s because prescription sunglasses work double duty, making it easier to see through bright sunlight.
Thanks to the many benefits of wearing prescription sunglasses, you don’t have to choose between style and eye safety. To learn more about the prescription sunglasses we offer—or to find a pair of your own—contact your local Mississippi Eye Care location. For more on eye care, check out our blog.