Eye Protection for Work and Sports - Topic Overview
Many types of protective eyewear are available. Lenses in the eyewear
come in a variety of thicknesses. The thickness of lenses you need to wear
depend on your activities and any eye conditions you have.
The lenses in these glasses or goggles should be made from
polycarbonate. These lenses can be prescription or nonprescription. Safety
goggles may be worn over regular eyeglasses. Face shield and helmet
combinations are available that can be used in contact sports.
Most expecting mothers know that they may have morning sickness or lower back pain. But many pregnant women are surprised when their vision changes. The fact is hormonal and physical changes that accompany pregnancy can affect eyesight. Fortunately, vision problems are usually minor and temporary. Eyesight typically returns to normal after your baby is born. Some vision problems associated with pregnancy may require medical attention, however.
Here are four vision problems to be aware of when you...