Another sign that I am getting older. At my last eye doctor visit, it was decided that I needed help with both distance and things that are close. Some of my friends had the progressive glasses so that seemed like the route I wanted to go as well. They filled me in on some of the helpful hints as it can take a little while to get used to them.
I picked them up last weekend. It really didn't take long for me to get used to them. I had a minor adjustment when I went to work Monday morning with transitioning between the paper and computer screen, but they had been really great until Thursday.
On Thursday, I got hit with a nice Migraine. This Migraine also brought about a very tough time with the progressive glasses. I felt like I just couldn't get them right. I really didn't want to go back to my old glasses because my prescription had changed enough plus they tell you its better not to go back to regular glasses.
I think on non-Migraine days the progressives were fine. But if I have a Migraine, I'm concerned that I'm going to keep having problems with them or is this just part of the my getting used to progressive lenses phase? I am better with the glasses today, but still not back to where I was yet. It could be because my brain is not functioning like it should yet.
Do you have any experience with progressive glasses and how your Migraines are with them?