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Reading TV Subtitles

Reading TV Subtitles

Reading TV Subtitles and the Need for Reading Glasses: 

Reading TV subtitles. Are you a fan of European TV dramas and love watching them with subtitles? Whether you're learning a new language or just enjoy the authenticity of watching a show in its original language, you're not alone. However, while the subtitles may be a great addition to the show's experience, they can also cause a problem for those who need reading glasses.

The need for reading glasses and how you can enjoy your European dramas without straining your eyes.

The first thing to understand is why subtitles can be difficult to read without proper eyewear. Subtitles are typically small and may move quickly across the screen, making it difficult for those who are visually impaired to keep up. Additionally, the distance between the viewer and the screen could also be a factor, as watching from afar can make the subtitles even harder to read. It's important to recognize the signs of eye strain, which include headaches, blurred vision, and dry eyes.

So, what can you do to still enjoy your European dramas without straining your eyes? The obvious solution is to get reading glasses. Reading glasses can improve your vision and help you read those small subtitles without difficulty. You can purchase a pair of reading glasses that you use solely for watching TV, or you can invest in a pair with more versatile lenses that can be used for other activities such as reading or using the computer. Funkyreaders also sell the hangover style of reading glasses that you can hang from your neck when you get up from your chair to make a brew.

We have a range of European brands to wear whilst watching your European dramas here are just a few.

Izipizi

I Need You

Doubleice

K-eyes

Montana

Fizz Collection

Another solution is to adjust the settings on your TV. Most TVs come with font size and subtitle customization options. You can increase the font size or change the colour and background of the subtitles to make them easier to read. Also, playing around with contrast and brightness settings on your TV can help make the subtitles more visible.

If the previously mentioned solutions do not work for you, you can try watching your European dramas on a device with a bigger screen than your TV. For example, you can watch your favourite shows on your laptop or tablet, which typically have larger screens. This way, you'll be able to read the subtitles without squinting or straining your eyes too much and you can use your blue light reading glasses to block out the blue light on your device and protect your eyesight.

Finally, if you feel like you're experiencing persistent eye strain, make sure to schedule an appointment with an optician. They can measure your visual acuity and prescribe the appropriate reading glasses, or they can recommend any other necessary treatment.