How to Get Used to PROGRESSIVE Lenses – 5 Tips and Tricks

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If you are wearing progressive glasses for the first time, you may notice distortions in your vision as well as motion sickness. Getting used to progressive lenses can be challenging and can often take several weeks of wearing your new glasses before you may get completely used to them. These progressive glasses tips should help you better understand progressive lenses and hopefully help you get used to them faster.

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0:00 Progressive Lenses How to Get Used to Them
0:56 Tip 1 Proper Fit
1:33 Tip 2 Wearing progressive Lenses
2:50 Tip 3 How to Use progressive lenses
5:11 Progressive Lenses Stairs
5:54 Tip 4 Keep your lenses clean
6:18 Tip 5 Computer Progressive Lenses

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About This Video: Are you wearing progressive lenses for the first time? If so, you may feel motion sickness with your glasses. In this video, Dr. Allen reviews progressives and how to adopt to progressive glasses. If you are having progressive lenses problems, these tips and tricks should help you with adopting to progressive lenses.

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