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Yes! if you don't have the right eye prescription in your glasses.

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According to the National Institutes of Health (see link below),

the use of glasses or contact lenses does not affect the normal progression of myopia.

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No. This is a very popular myth regarding the use of eye glasses and other optical correction devices. It is harmful for the eyes if a person's eyesight is weak and they do not wear glasses.

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Continually wearing glasses may cause the muscles in your eyes to weaken, making your vision worse.

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yes it does as you get older like at age 12 if you start to ware them then at age 40 it would be so bad you might want to get that stuff they do with your eye to make it better

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