Eyes Not To Take Off: Girls About Vision Problems

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Eyes Not To Take Off: Girls About Vision Problems
Eyes Not To Take Off: Girls About Vision Problems

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Lenses, as we know them today, appeared in the twentieth century - initially they were made of glass, then plastic came to replace it, and more recently - silicone hydrogel. Correctly fitted lenses are now completely safe for the eyes, but many still believe that lenses can dissolve or stick to the eye.

Together with contact lens brand Acuvue®, Wonderzine spoke to three girls about their vision problems and lens wear experience.

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Nadezhda Gritskevich

I am a musician, I sing in the Naadya group, and I am a shortsighted musician. It seems to me that my eyesight began to deteriorate in the eighth grade. I lived then in Kogalym, a city where it can be as low as -50 ° C in winter. In such conditions, it is very difficult to walk in glasses - they are very cold all the time, and in the room, due to the temperature drop, they fog up, and you see even worse than without. Therefore, when contact lenses appeared in our city, I was probably one of the first to use them, and since then I have not parted with them.

It was a separate skill, and it all amused me a lot

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In the first opened optics, where I went, there was a special table at which I had to practice taking off and putting on lenses, and it was all so new and unusual! It was a separate skill, and it all amused me a lot: small boxes, solution - a whole ritual, in general.

Without lenses, I couldn't even see the keys

Now lenses are an integral part of my life: I have myopia of about minus five, without lenses I could not even see the keys.

I remember when I arrived in Moscow in 2003, the lenses were quite difficult to find, and my brother, who studied at Moscow State University, wrote me some passes so that I could go to the Moscow State University clinic and buy lenses there.

I immediately learned how to put them on and take them off, I did not have any problems. It seems to me that I just wanted so badly to get rid of the need to wear glasses that no difficulties frightened me.

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Nastya Poletaeva

Even in high school, my eyesight began to fall - just then my mother began to persuade me to go to the ophthalmologist. She also has eye problems, and she took her problem seriously, as soon as she got behind the wheel, and then began to work on me.

I resisted as best I could. But when I entered the university, I realized that I really couldn't see anything even from the first desk. And by the third year, when my lectures on Gothic literature began (they wrote a lot of interesting things on the blackboard), I still agreed to my mother's persuasion and went to the doctor.

At first I was prescribed glasses, but I did not like them: my eyes and the bridge of my nose quickly got tired, plus I reminded myself of a teacher from a porn film. So I tried to find my own lenses.

In the optics store, they made me diagnostics of vision, gave me a long sheet with different parameters and sold lenses that were there only of one brand. I bought three pairs for three months, I regularly wore these lenses, but I was terribly tormented all the time. I never learned how to put them on correctly and looked with a slight envy at my friends who did it in seconds. I had red eyes all the time, and if the lens got up normally on one eye, then there were definitely problems with the other.

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Since then I have been living in a world of beautiful people and blurry landscapes

I really saw very well at the time, but I couldn't wear the lenses for long. It was about a year ago, and since then I have been living in a world of blurry landscapes.

Now I understand that I had to come to an optics salon and ask a specialist to pick up daily lenses for me. I am not going to undergo surgical correction and I am unlikely to make friends with glasses, so I plan to return to lenses in the very near future.

To be honest, I'm already pretty tired of moving around by touch and sticking to the wall to see the house number or street name.And yes, I dream of the moment when I can again sit in the cinema beyond the third row.

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Olga Veretinskaya

I am a copywriter in an advertising agency and a designer, recently launched my own clothing brand. My eyesight fell sharply in the fourth grade - in the third I was still sitting on the last desk, and by the middle of the fourth I hadn't seen anything from the first. Then lenses were allowed to be worn only from the age of 14, and I had to wait. I was embarrassed to wear glasses, then it was somehow unfashionable, and I thought that they did not suit me. In addition, my glasses did not look like an accessory, but rather like a medical device, the choice of frames was then small. I was shy and wore them only during lessons, sitting at my first desk.

For me, this is some kind of magic, and I am glad that I was not born in the century before last

I remember well how I - I was 14 then - put on the lenses for the first time and what a revelation it was for me. When I left optics in lenses, literally a new life began for me. I saw the leaves on the trees, I saw my mother, who was walking towards me, and on that very day I began to feel more confident, immediately and forever.

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It was a very powerful emotional experience for me, and I really believe that it changed my life. There are many inconveniences associated with poor eyesight, which a person devoid of such a problem does not even know about.

For example, all the time I felt insecure in everyday life: I was afraid not to recognize a friend on the street and not to say hello, I could not see the number of my bus while standing at the bus stop. There were also many uncomfortable situations at school: everyone sat in their places and copied the task from the blackboard, and I had to come up and almost bury my nose on the blackboard.

The feeling of disorientation and some inferiority of my own was disturbing me even physically. Having put on the lenses, I became more active, with pleasure I took up creative and organizational work. Interestingly, with my transition to lenses, the sharp drop in vision also stopped - I don't know how it happened. For me, this is some kind of magic, and I am glad that I was not born in the century before last.

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