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Why I feel headache when I am wearing glasses for the first time?

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I received my new rx eyeglasses yesterday and I feel so headache when I put it on. Why? I've no ideas.
asked Oct 28, 2017 in Health by Logan

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It will take some time for your eyes to get adjusted to the new pair.  You might feel a bit uncomfortable, dizzying, headache. However, it will pass with in a week or two and you will completely love the glasses. In these one week or two, you need to wear your glasses every day. Please keep making an effort to wear them every day, even though you feel uncomfortable. Keep your lenses clean and move your head as you would normally. Some people wearing glasses for the first time get dizzy or experience headaches, because they are moving their eyes now, not their heads. It will be a conscious effort you make, but after a while you’ll get used to it and do it naturally as you normally would.

answered Oct 28, 2017 by Allison leslie
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If you feel headache when you are wearing glasses for the first time, please kindly make sure that your prescription is processed correctly. If your prescription is processed incorrectly, it will cause your headache. However, as to someone who wearing a pair of eyeglasses with this new prescription, it will take around 2 weeks for him to get used to it.
answered Oct 30, 2017 by Esther Figueira
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Please tell more information.We do not know where you get your eyeglasses. As some online optical store can not process the prescription correctly. You need to get your new eyeglasses to be checked out by a local optician. The branded eyeglasses and designer eyeglasses are highly suggest, since their exchange and return policy is guaranteed. I like Ray-ban aviators very much!
answered Oct 30, 2017 by Dakota LeBlanc

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