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 If a person with no eye defect begins wearing glasses with some power, how will that person be affected?

Answer Perfect eyes: if you wear glasses and don't need them (or, as a glasses wearer you wear ones that are too strong for you) you will get a headache and your eyes will feel tired. Over a period of tim... Read More »
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If a person who has very longsighted vision, plays a ball/field sport, will not wearing their glasses cause?

At 31, I'd expect you to have some blur at distance. I would expect you to experience a lot of eye strain and probably a headache. You would not do any permanent damage.
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