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For computer work, most people can get by with low-power reading glasses (+1.25 to +1.5). For reading things that are closer, stronger glasses might be in order (+2.0 to +2.5). As you age, the power you need likely will increase.
Some people require one lens power for general up-close reading and another power for extended reading like computer use — meaning that just one pair of reading glasses might not do the trick.
From a style perspective, the perfect frames for you are the ones you love wearing, but it’s true that certain styles tend to look best, depending on the shape of your face.
Please note that headaches, eyestrain and even nausea can result from putting on reading glasses that don’t have the proper lens power.
Lower-quality, less expensive reading glasses may be made with low-quality lens materials, which can cause vision distortion, color distortion or glare. This can contribute to difficulty focusing when reading. It is worth spending a little extra to get better visual quality