Health & Wellbeing

Are your glasses damaging your sex life?

Are you blinded from finding love and a great sex life because you wear glasses?

Spectacles wearers might find it’s time to invest in contact lenses or laser treatment, because a recent study commissioned by Perfect Vision in Australia has found wearing glasses can spoil your sex life and lower your luck in love.

The online study surveyed 1015 Australians aged 18 years and older and revealed 84 percent of glasses wearers would never wear their specs during sex and 55 percent of the people surveyed said they would never wear their glasses when going in for a kiss.
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Coverage – 25th June 2010-06-25

Your specs could ruin sex

I know you love a survey, and I bet you know by now that I love one too. So I thought it only appropriate to share some research with you, fresh from Perfect Vision Laser Correction.

Interestingly, research has shown that spec-wearers are constantly removing their frames before first dates, kissing, and sex to ensure they don’t hinder their chances.
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Worldwide, 95.4% of LASIK patients are very satisfied with their results after surgery. The highly reliable analysis performed by the American Society of Cataract and Refractive surgery (ASCRS), considers the patient’s overall satisfaction rather than their visual outcome. The peer-reviewed meta-analysis

reviewed 2915 articles. Of these, 19 studies were found to match the rigorous quality criteria and address patient satisfaction specifically.

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Multifocal lens are a boom for baby boomers

Laser eye surgery is very good at treating short-sightedness, long sightedness and astigmatism. This allows many patietns, particularly those under the age of 40 years, to have perfect vision without glasses

The dilemma is with that large group of people who have a type of long-sighted called presbyopia.

Presbyopia is the loss of the ability to see things close to the eye without glasses. People say their ‘arms are no longer long enough’ to be able to hold something they want to read. Many older patients who have had cataract surgery have this problem but it is most commonly an irritating symptom of people in their 40′s and 50′s.
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