Everyone can quickly get used to perfectly adjusted progressive lenses.
A professional consultation with an optician is a basic requirement
First-time progressive lens wearers may take a little time to get used to them
What will I experience when getting used to wearing progressive lenses?
- Areas of soft focus at the edges of the lenses.
- More head movement - and less moving of the pupils, especially for near distances, since the field of view for near-distances is located in the lower part of the lenses.
- On the whole you have to get used to the individual areas of vision and their position in the spectacles: in the lower area you will see short viewing distances clearly. If you look in the distance, you will have to do this using the upper portion of the lens to obtain clear vision.
All of this is completely natural, and will diminish within a short period of time - as you quickly adapt to your progressive lenses. However, more importantly: You should wear your new progressive lenses daily from the very beginning - from morning until evening. And age makes no difference, though the earlier you start wearing them, the easier it is to get used to them.
If your new progressive lenses still do not feel comfortable after an adaptation period of approximately two or three weeks, your optician should gladly help you further.Original thread from vision.zeiss.com