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Does wearing glasses make your vision worse? I am worried that my son is wearing his glasses for too long as he is too lazy to take them on and off.

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It's definitely not recommended to wear your glasses more than you need to. But wearing glasses doesn't permanently alter your vision, but it can make your eyes 'lazy' by losing the blur adaption ability but this comes back after you stop wearing your glasses.

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