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Can inexpensive drug store readers harm your eyes?

Cheap readers won’t harm your eyes, but they may reduce the amount of time you can read comfortably.
Drug store readers are typically made with plastic lenses. Plastic lenses won't hurt your eyes, but they do distort and don't deliver optimal clarity. So, you won't be seeing as well as you could. That may lead to headaches and fatigue.
Cheap reading glasses also often have the same magnification power on both the right and left sides. That's beneficial to those who need the same magnification in each eye, but a lot of people don't and are best served by prescription eyeglasses.
If you don't require the same powers for each eye and you use lenses of identical strengths, one eye will be under or over corrected. Regrettably, that's a condition that can lead to intense fatigue and long-term discomfort.

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