Category Archives: Prescription Eyeglasses

Nike Prescription Glasses: How to Avoid Eyewear Pain

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Prescription glasses aren’t supposed to cause pain or discomfort. If a pair of shoes is uncomfortable, you would likely blame the problem on a stitch rubbing your foot, or on a poor fit. Perhaps you might realize that you’re simply lacing them up too tight. Likewise, similar reasons exist for painful eyewear glasses. Eyewear pain…

Don’t Want to Wear Sunglasses? How Nike Prescription Glasses Can Protect Against UV

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Ultraviolet is an invisible but highly energetic type of light. It’s energetic in the sense that it can change molecules. This includes molecules that make up the tissues of the eyes. Two types of ultra violet light reach the earth’s surface: UVA and UVB. When UVB causes damage, you’ll know about it within a few…

How Nike Prescription Glasses Work.

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When you don’t have perfect vision, it’s not considered a life threatening or even life altering condition. It just means you need a pair of prescription glasses. It is remarkable how this deceptively simple looking product works so well at restoring one of the most important of your five senses. If only other problems could be…

Eliminate Fogged Lenses with an Anti-Fog Coating on Your Nike Prescription Glasses

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For some people, fogged lenses are an occasional annoyance. For others, the problem poses a serious safety risk. The difference between an annoyance and a safety risk depends on the circumstances. Fogged lenses disrupt your vision. If it happens while riding a motorcycle or bicycle, there’s no quick way of clearing it without taking your…

Stay Healthy by Wearing Your Nike Prescription Glasses

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If you’re a runner, you may have noticed how changes in your gait and shoes can lead to injuries. The injuries usually aren’t immediate, but they do occur as you log more miles. When it comes to health, nearly everything is interconnected in some way. The same is true of your vision and how it…

Metal vs Plastic Nike Prescription Glasses: Which Is Superior?

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If there is one thing that can be definitely said about metals and plastics is this: they are completely different animals. If they could make a plastic with identical properties as a metal, then it wouldn’t be plastic. It would be a metal. The point is that neither is superior to the other. Plastics are…

Color Coordinating Your Nike Prescription Glasses with Your Apparel

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If your entire wardrobe were based on a single color, choosing a matching frame color for your Nike prescription glasses would be as simple as using the same color. Variations might be the same color with more tint (white mixed in) or more shade (black mixed in). However, a better understanding of color coordination would…

Take a Break from Your Contacts with Nike Prescription Glasses

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Contact lenses are popular for a number of reasons. They don’t: Affect your appearance. Get in the way of active sports. Affect your peripheral vision. Advertise your need for vision correction. All of this is well and good. However, contacts do impact your life. Specifically, they require an exacting daily maintenance routine of cleaning to avoid…

Contact Lens-Induced Dry Eye: Are Prescription Glasses the Answer?

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The main reason people stop wearing contacts is dry eye. In fact, dry eye is so common among those with contacts, that the problem has its own name: contact lens-induced dry eye (CLIDE). As the name suggests, dry eye occurs when the eyes don’t make sufficient tears and produce feelings of dryness, stinging, burning, itchiness, watering, and blurry vision. The…

Protect Your Eyes with Nike Prescription Glasses Clear Blue Blocker Lens

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The old belief that too much of a good thing can be harmful is often vindicated by science. Sunshine is a good example of this. Exposure to UV radiation in sunlight promotes vitamin D production in the skin. This is healthy. On the other hand, too much UV exposure causes sunburn, skin cancer, and cumulative…

Category Archives: Prescription Eyeglasses

Nike Prescription Glasses: How to Avoid Eyewear Pain

eyewear-4-21

Prescription glasses aren’t supposed to cause pain or discomfort. If a pair of shoes is uncomfortable, you would likely blame the problem on a stitch rubbing your foot, or on a poor fit. Perhaps you might realize that you’re simply lacing them up too tight. Likewise, similar reasons exist for painful eyewear glasses. Eyewear pain…

Don’t Want to Wear Sunglasses? How Nike Prescription Glasses Can Protect Against UV

nike_7238_eyeglasses_ni7238_mtrgr

Ultraviolet is an invisible but highly energetic type of light. It’s energetic in the sense that it can change molecules. This includes molecules that make up the tissues of the eyes. Two types of ultra violet light reach the earth’s surface: UVA and UVB. When UVB causes damage, you’ll know about it within a few…

How Nike Prescription Glasses Work.

nike_7231

When you don’t have perfect vision, it’s not considered a life threatening or even life altering condition. It just means you need a pair of prescription glasses. It is remarkable how this deceptively simple looking product works so well at restoring one of the most important of your five senses. If only other problems could be…

Eliminate Fogged Lenses with an Anti-Fog Coating on Your Nike Prescription Glasses

nike_6057_eyeglasses

For some people, fogged lenses are an occasional annoyance. For others, the problem poses a serious safety risk. The difference between an annoyance and a safety risk depends on the circumstances. Fogged lenses disrupt your vision. If it happens while riding a motorcycle or bicycle, there’s no quick way of clearing it without taking your…

Stay Healthy by Wearing Your Nike Prescription Glasses

nike_ni6051

If you’re a runner, you may have noticed how changes in your gait and shoes can lead to injuries. The injuries usually aren’t immediate, but they do occur as you log more miles. When it comes to health, nearly everything is interconnected in some way. The same is true of your vision and how it…

Metal vs Plastic Nike Prescription Glasses: Which Is Superior?

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If there is one thing that can be definitely said about metals and plastics is this: they are completely different animals. If they could make a plastic with identical properties as a metal, then it wouldn’t be plastic. It would be a metal. The point is that neither is superior to the other. Plastics are…

Color Coordinating Your Nike Prescription Glasses with Your Apparel

matching sunglasses

If your entire wardrobe were based on a single color, choosing a matching frame color for your Nike prescription glasses would be as simple as using the same color. Variations might be the same color with more tint (white mixed in) or more shade (black mixed in). However, a better understanding of color coordination would…

Take a Break from Your Contacts with Nike Prescription Glasses

nike_mercurial_6.0

Contact lenses are popular for a number of reasons. They don’t: Affect your appearance. Get in the way of active sports. Affect your peripheral vision. Advertise your need for vision correction. All of this is well and good. However, contacts do impact your life. Specifically, they require an exacting daily maintenance routine of cleaning to avoid…

Contact Lens-Induced Dry Eye: Are Prescription Glasses the Answer?

guccigg1056_eyeglasses_gg1056-00vy

The main reason people stop wearing contacts is dry eye. In fact, dry eye is so common among those with contacts, that the problem has its own name: contact lens-induced dry eye (CLIDE). As the name suggests, dry eye occurs when the eyes don’t make sufficient tears and produce feelings of dryness, stinging, burning, itchiness, watering, and blurry vision. The…

Protect Your Eyes with Nike Prescription Glasses Clear Blue Blocker Lens

MYeyewaer2go-24

The old belief that too much of a good thing can be harmful is often vindicated by science. Sunshine is a good example of this. Exposure to UV radiation in sunlight promotes vitamin D production in the skin. This is healthy. On the other hand, too much UV exposure causes sunburn, skin cancer, and cumulative…