Do I need Pinhole Glasses If I Don’t Wear Glasses? – Benefits of Pinhole Glasses


What if this was all you needed to maintain healthy, natural vision?

Can I enjoy the benefits of Pinhole Glasses even if I don’t wear glasses?

That’s a great question.

Of course the people most aware of the benefits of pinhole glasses are people who currently wear glasses. When they put on a pair of pinholes, they enjoy:

  • Sharper vision the moment they put them on
  • Relaxed vision (they’re a great thing to wear after a long day at work)
  • Over time it might even help them reduce their prescription
  • They can look really cool!

However, for someone who doesn’t wear glasses, the benefits might not seem so obvious. Why where pinhole glasses? Why not just wear regular sunglasses?

The Real Benefit of Pinhole Glasses

I’m no eye doctor, but I can explain things to you in a way that makes the most sense to me.

Even if you don’t wear glasses, that doesn’t mean that your eyes aren’t stressed. It also doesn’t mean that won’t have to wear glasses at some point in he future.

According to the Vision Council of America about 75% of all adults in the country wear some type of corrective lens.

That number, to me, means that there are pretty high odds that you will develop some type of vision condition during your lifetime that would require you to wear glasses.

Wearing pinhole glasses seems like a worthwhile investment if it meant that it would prevent your vision from deteriorating.

While my vision has been slowly getting better over the years, I still need to wear glasses for driving and other activities. What I wouldn’t give to not have to wear glasses at all!

The bottom line is that, no, you do not absolutely need pinhole glasses if you don’t already wear glasses. But if the only thing you needed to do to keep your eyes relaxed and healthy for the rest of your life was to wear a pair pinhole glasses occasionally, the answer seems obvious…

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  1. David Evans says:

    I had the bad kind of cataracts,I lost my eye sight in my left eye before surgery, my eyes took 8 months to heal after surgery. They gave me an eye patch that had holes in it and when I put it over my eye I marveled at how I could see perfect with the patch on but the eye Doctor’s had no explanation. I have a Strong Stigmatism and see double and triple vision without glasses. My left pupil is torn from surgery and lets in much more light which is painful.

    • Gavin says:

      Hi David, thanks for leaving a comment.
      I’m sorry to hear about your surgery. I hope your eye is better.
      Simply put, when you look through pinholes, the light travels directly to the back of your retina, – which gives you clear vision. This is not something medical doctors are taught in school (someone – a doctor – once explained to me that a car mechanic understands about 70% of the car he’s working on. A doctor understands about 3% of the body.)
      Not that doctors aren’t wonderful people, but there is only a limit to how much they are taught in school. Unfortunately rebuilding vision is not something that’s taught (but it’s only a coincidence that if it was taught that the billion dollar glasses and contact industry would take a blow – right?)
      Regarding your torn pupil, I met someone once name Meir Schneider. He was legally blind from birth, had cataracts as well as a number of visual ailments. The doctors performed 5 unsuccessful surgeries and left his eyes shattered and full of scar tissue.
      When he started doing eye exercises everyone around him told him there was nothing that could be done. That he would never be able to see.
      Within 1 year he completely rebuilt his visual system, and today sees normally. He even holds an unrestricted California State drivers license.
      So don’t give up hope!

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