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Contact lenses or glasses in winter?
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Whether glasses or contact lenses, this decision is usually made based on personal preferences and less often for purely medical reasons. Glasses can offer a number of individual advantages, not least the glasses can underline the personal look. Contact lenses, on the other hand, are wonderfully flexible and almost invisible. We tested the two visual aids for winter suitability and sent them into a race against each other!
Winter time is cold time
With winter coming, many of us are approaching the first cold of the year. Cold temperatures, dressed a little too thin, a wave of colds in the open-plan office. No matter how careful we are, sometimes the common cold can't be stopped. Depending on how badly the cold hits us, in addition to a runny nose and coughing, we also have to deal with extremely itchy eyes and the constant need to rub our eyes. Here is the advantage of glasses in winter: During the cold season, glasses can be an advantage as a "barrier" in front of the eyes. Because they prevent us from unconsciously rubbing our eyes and thus increasing germs and bacteria in our eyes which, in the worst case, can cause an eye infection or even conjunctivitis.These bacteria can also stick to the colored eye contacts, which is why you should rather use glasses if you have a cold or a severe cold.