While using prescription glasses if you occasionally experience a burning feel in your eyes or the images appear blurred then there are good chances that your eyes will be strained and they will become tired more often. A proper solution to this vision problem is to purchase prescription glasses with anti-glare coating. These coating comprises of thin metal oxide films which minimizes the reflective properties of the lenses.
Generally, this eye strain is caused when some part of the light is blocked when reaching your eyes. Sometimes, the light which passes through the lenses gets reflected within the lenses, leading to even more blurred vision. Anti-glare coating succeeds in reducing the lens reflection and most of the light enters into the eye which results in a clearer vision.
The major cause of accidents at night is blurred vision. While driving at night the light from the headlights of other cars is a serious danger. These sudden glares on the eyes puts your viewing under pressure and while driving, you momentarily lose the focus. Anti-glare coating on your prescription glasses effectively reduces this strain and you can enjoy better view of the road and safer driving at night.
By minimising the concurrence of the eyes and adjusting its position to a comfortable one, anti–glare coating reduces the eye strain. It has been proved that this repositioning help in easing the tension on the eye muscles and obviously leads to less pressure on your eyesight.
Anti-glare coating offers a host of other advantages which have made manufacturers to craft prescription glasses with this coating. Apart from increasing the content of light entering your eyes, they take care of the quality of the lenses. This in turn makes the prescription glasses longer lasting and usable for more duration. When it comes to heat, water, dust particles and scratches, anti-glare coating protects your lenses from these too. Along with the UV coating, anti-glare coating also plays a part in protecting your eyes from the harmful ultra-violet rays. These UV rays have the property of bouncing off of even the softest surface like water and anti-glare coating blocks these reflected light. Even computer users, can take advantage of this coating, in case they have to work on computers on a stretch. Anti-glare coating reduces the glare and more-than-required bright lights coming from the screen, effectively reducing the strain on your eyes.