Photochromic lenses while working on computers

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@allknowing (54464)
India
December 3, 2015 6:18pm CST
I have been using photochromic lenses while working on my pc. Lately I changed my frame with which I have developed some allergy although they are supposed to be Ray Ban. I am now using ordinary lenses which I use for reading. Wonder whether photochromic lenses are essential while working on computers. What is your opinion?
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@Asylum (45380)
• Manchester, England
4 Dec 15
This is a very interesting question. Despite the lighting of a computer screen I would have thought photochromic lenses to be inappropriate. After all, we would not wear them to watch television.
@allknowing (54464)
• India
4 Dec 15
I think one would be wise to use it even while watching television.
@Asylum (45380)
• Manchester, England
4 Dec 15
@allknowing I have been watching television for around 60 years now, so it seems a little late to concern myself about it.
@allknowing (54464)
• India
4 Dec 15
@Asylum There is so much we learn in our life. For example I just learnt that coconut oil is after all not bad for health. I might go for it now at this old age!!
@Missmwngi (9701)
• Nairobi, Kenya
4 Dec 15
I was hoping to hear me tell me that they are good and that is why you are using them
@allknowing (54464)
• India
4 Dec 15
Looking at something bright is a strain on the eyes.
@jaboUK (48870)
• United Kingdom
4 Dec 15
I've never used those you mention, I just use my ordinary reading glasses.
@allknowing (54464)
• India
4 Dec 15
Those lenses remove the glare of the monitor which is considered good for the eyes. I changed my frame which is bothering me.
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@RonElFran (901)
• Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania
5 Dec 15
I have a separate pair of glasses for my computer work, but never thought about making them photochromic.