I often wind up after a day outside in the summer sun with a horrendous headache and feeling like my eyeballs are poached eggs. My theory is that the bifocal part of my glasses is acting like a magnifying glass to cook my brain. If I wear ordinary sunglasses instead of my bifocals, it seems to take care of that problem. Trouble is, I wind up needing my bifocals to see what I'm doing or read something, don't have them with me, and then I'm bugged! I'm thinking about ordering photosensitive bifocal glasses, but worried that it won't solve the problem, or will not be as effective as sunglasses. Would it be better to just wear sunglasses and say screw the magnification? Get the polarized bifocals and a set of clip-on sunglasses? Are special order sunglasses worth the price? I just hate ordering glasses and not being happy with the result. What works for you spec wearing Monks? Love, the disgruntled wearer of glasses due to aging. I know you are not an ophthalmologist or optometrist, you are not my OOO, and even if you were an OOO, you wouldn't be giving advice on the web--unless you could make big bucks at it
Poached eyeballs Hope me get rid of my summer headaches please, oh kind and cross-eyed Monkeys!