Who is not suitable for wearing photochromic lenses?
If people with high myopia wear photochromic glasses, due to their poor vision and photochromic lenses, they will have difficulty seeing and may easily suffer from visual fatigue. Therefore, such people should not wear photochromic glasses.
People with myopia accompanied by astigmatism and whose visual acuity correction is lower than 1.0 should not wear photochromic glasses. People with myopia and astigmatism must see things clearly in bright light. After wearing photochromic lenses, due to the dim light, the pupils will dilate accordingly, resulting in a narrow anterior chamber angle, resulting in poor aqueous humor drainage. Over time, it is easy to induce glaucoma.
People suffering from cataracts, glaucoma and other diseases may aggravate their condition by wearing photochromic glasses, so they should not wear photochromic glasses.