Challenging activities for people with glasses – like Mountain Bikers

Riders invest a lot of time and money into their sport, but some riders don’t invest similarly in their vision. If you look after your eyesight, you’ll discover an increased appreciation of the places you ride, along with more confidence and speed on technical trails. Some people have a lot of trouble with glasses on

Challenging activities for people with glasses – like Divers

Can people with poor eyesight scuba dive? The answer is yes. Proper diver safety relies in part on keeping a keen eye on your buddy, your location and your gauges. But a lack of 20/20 vision is by no means a barrier to diving. Many people with mild vision impairment don’t need to take any corrective

Challenging activities for people with glasses – like Ballerinas

What if a Ballerina cannot see well? Don’t give up on ballet just because you wear specs. Practice your routines with glasses then swap to contact lenses like Ciba vision Air Optic Colors just before your exiting performance. It is very important for dancers to see clearly and crucial for catching things. Ballerinas complain about

Challenging activities for people with glasses – like Fire fighters

Did you know that fire fighters train blinded? I've been planning on joining the Firefighters but I couldn't find any information about glasses/contacts. I wear prescription glasses (usually at night when I'm at home) and I also wear contacts for the majority of the day (10+ hours) also without them I'm pretty much blind, I

Challenging jobs for people with glasses – like Chefs

What kind of eyeglasses should a chef wear? Up and coming young chefs have some trouble with eyeglasses. Standing over the stove at work, plastic glasses expand, the lenses loosen and threaten to fall out. Are there proper eyeglasses suitable for work in the kitchen out there? Chefs who have worked in restaurants for several