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How To Keep Glasses From Fogging When Wearing A Face Mask

Wearing face masks may be the new normal but for those of us who wear glasses, dealing with the glasses fogging up is probably one of the biggest inconveniences. It's not a new problem as surgeons can attest to. Here are a couple of simple hacks on how to keep your glasses from fogging up when wearing a face mask. Why Do Glasses Fog Up When Wearing A Face Mask? Why do glasses fog up in when we wear face masks in the first place? Face masks direct most of the air we exhale upwards where it makes contact with the lenses of our glasses. Fogging occurs when the warmer water vapor from our breath condenses on the lens which are cooler. Tiny droplets form as a result and this scatters light and reduces the contrast of the lens. These water droplets form because of the surface tension between the water molecules. If there was a way to reduce this tension, it would cause the water molecules to spread out evenly in a transparent layer instead. Now that we know what causes our g
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Hooks For Glasses | How To Stop Your Glasses From Slipping

Having to deal with your glasses slipping down your nose can be really annoying. If your nose is oily or if you're exercising and sweaty, you probably have to adjust your glasses very frequently. It doesn't take excessive oiliness or sweating to make your glasses slip. I can't advise you whether your skin is too oily or whether you're sweating too much, that's a dermatological diagnosis you're going to have to make together with your doctor. What I can offer are some tips on how to keep your glasses in place on your face.

The Best Blue-Light Blocking Glasses

Blue-light blocking glasses that help to protect your eyes when you use the computer for extended periods of time have become really popular in recent years. Here are the best blue light blocking glasses that you can buy without putting a hole in your pocket.

Choose The Right DVI Cable | Can DVI Support 144 Hz?

Can DVI cables support video display at 144 Hz? Dual-link DVI-D and DVI-I cables can support Full-HD display at 144 Hz but the confusion arises because there are so many different types of DVI cables and not all of them are able to support the high bandwidth required. In this article, we'll cover some of the DVI basics like connector types, single-link vs dual-link and connecting to other display standards like VGA and HDMI as well as recommend some popular DVI cables.

The Best Smart Mugs | Temperature Control Mugs For The Perfect Beverage

Say goodbye to lukewarm coffee forever. I like my coffee either iced or hot - There's nothing worse than a cup of coffee that's in that in-between-zone. What a wonderful world we live in today, though, because now with Smart Mugs, we're able to keep our cup of coffee at the perfect temperature without the need for reboiling it.

HDMI vs DisplayPort: Which Display Interface To Choose?

HDMI or DisplayPort - which one is better and which one should you choose when connecting your device? Let's take a look at what these two interface standards are and how they started before answering the question of which one to choose.

Get Paid To Search The Internet With Presearch

Get paid to do something that you're already doing has been my mantra for free and easy cash. Getting paid to search the Internet has to be one of the best ones out there. Presearch is a decentralized search engine that's powered by its own blockchain which makes the payouts more sustainable. On the flip-side, that causes them to vary quite a bit too.