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04/06/2013 at 20:00
I saw some sunnies I liked in Asda, they were only £3.50 but looked nice on so I thought I'd get them. When I tried them on yesterday at home I commented to H that I felt a bit swimmy in the head but didn't think anything of it then when I wore them to work this morning I felt like I had motion sickness, until I took them off.
Weird, why would they do that? When I was trying them on at home I noticed they were quite out of shape and I had to bend and fiddle with them but this morning one side still stuck out more and felt like it was touching my cheek and the other side wasn't, was it to do with the different distances of the lenses from my eyes?
I got some better glasses from Boots this afternoon, and am absolutely fine when I wear those. (which are more comfy and not bent!)
04/06/2013 at 20:03
Hmm interesting - did they have any prescription to them? When I very first wore glasses I had to get used to wear things were because glasses/contact lenses for short sighted people make things appear closer and you ahev to reset your brain accordingly. So sometimes I would go from glasses to contact lenses and would accidentally bang into things because I wasn't used to the perspective.
04/06/2013 at 20:07
They were just cheapie sunnies off the rack, the sticker on the lens did say something like 200 UV something or other I think but I might be remembering wrong. It was such a horrid feeling I started to think there was something wrong with me but then I was fine as soon as they were off!
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