Can I Get High Prescription Color Contacts for Astigmatism?
Astigmatism is an eye condition that makes vision blurry at all distances. It can take various forms and may combine with either farsightedness, nearsightedness or with both. Astigmatism can be treated with corrective glasses, contact lenses (soft contacts, hard GP and hybrid contact lenses) and with surgery. Choosing between glasses and contact lenses is a personal preference or your eye doctor can help you making the best decision. However, people with Astigmatism who are always looking forward to update their fashion statement rather prefer colored contacts over glasses. At Lensupermart, high prescription color contacts in Toric are available at unbelievably low prices.
Is Astigmatism Hereditary?
Astigmatism runs in families. It may occur anytime in life but usually present at birth. It is a stable condition and may progress very slowly. If may significantly advance in result of an eye injury or after a surgery. Astigmatism is not caused by squinting, reading in dim light or watching TV at a close distance.
HOW DO I KNOW I HAVE ASTIGMATISM?
Astigmatism is only diagnosed by an eye care professional through a complete eye examination. With Astigmatism, the oblong shape of an eye makes it difficult for the light rays to focus at one point as a result blurred image is formed. Along with blurred vision it causes headaches, squinting, eye strain and dizziness.