Getting used to the “new normal” involves many adjustments for all. Social distancing, masks, and distance learning are now part of our daily lives. As our children return to school this fall, many may be partaking in at least partial distance learning. Increased screen time can lead to headaches and eye strain. Spectacles with prescription anti-reflective coating provide protection from the harmful blue light exposure. Wearing masks with spectacles can be difficult, so here are some helpful tips:
1. Selecting masks with a good seal on the bridge of the nose is important- some masks have a wire to help with this.
2. Pulling up the mask high on the bridge of the nose so that it sits beneath the nosepads or bridge of the spectacles to create a better seal.
3. Rolling up a tissue and placing it horizontally on the inside of the top part of the mask creates a seal and prevents warm air from escaping upwards towards the glasses.
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