Your vision is essential to the quality of life you live. If you’re familiar with laser eye surgery but are afraid of the prospect of having lasers touch your eyes, perhaps you would like to know some of the significant improvements to life that this beneficial procedure can give you.
Most active people don’t really want to wear glasses and contact lenses, as they tend to hamper one’s performance in physically demanding activities. If you’ve managed to do running, swimming, surfing, and playing contact sports while wearing glasses, then you know how frustrating it can be to put up with glasses falling or sliding, steaming up, getting dirty, getting scratched, and other problems.
What about contact lenses? They may not provide enough convenience and comfort as well, which limits their use.
The simple convenience of not having to worry about contact lenses or glasses can be heaven-sent. Aside from having more freedom to enjoy your physical activities, you can also do away with many inconveniences such as:
- Fumbling for your glasses when you wake up in the morning
- Your glasses bouncing around your face when you take your daily jog
- Your eye problem worsens, and you’ll have to update your prescription (which can happen every few months depending on your eye condition)
If you have an active working life, being free of glasses and contact lenses enables you to focus more on your performance. Laser eye surgery may cost more upfront, but the long-time benefits can make them the more cost-effective option in the long run.