My aunt complains about her headaches but, she felt it was centered and triggered around her eyes. She thought she had an ocular disorder and she did. Eyestrain is normal for her because she is a seamstress and works late at night. But, lately she was having a hard time focusing on her work because she tire easily and constant experiencing headaches too. So, she went to an optical clinic and got a prescription glasses. The Optometrist told her to rest and gives a little time to relax her eyes. The family suggested that she had to quit working. As far as I know, she did stop working and decline some customers. They are sad to know that she retired from being a seamstress but they understand her situation. My aunt is recovering well and her headaches eventually gone. I was actually thinking to buy her an extra pair of glasses from Zinni Optical Clinic because online customers recommended it. It was affordable and their glasses are quality made. They have a $6.95 prescription glasses, what an awesome price right? I am currently waiting for the information about the prescription type of my aunt as well as the PD, Lens, anti-reflection coating, lens tint and many more. Can't wait to buy her a new pair of glasses.
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