Is it true your eyesight gets worse from glasses?

I have heard that wearing glasses makes your eyesight even worse than before. Is it true?
Asked Apr 23, 2013
No. Aging makes your eyesight worsel

Myth #14: “Although eyeglasses makes you see better, they make vision get worse over time.”

Wearing eyeglasses will never make your eyes worse. Before you start wearing glasses, you are accustomed to seeing a blurry world around you. Since this is all you have ever seen, you accept it as normal. When your vision is corrected with eyeglasses you start seeing a clear world. Now when you remove your eyeglasses after wearing them for several months, you are presented with the same blurry world as before. You feel you were able to get around without wearing glasses before but now when you remove glasses you see all blurry and cannot get around. In reality it’s your perception that has changed.
Answered Apr 24, 2013
Edited Apr 24, 2013
I'm not sure how that would be true. I have glasses I sometimes wear sporadicaly, and when I take them off, my vision is the same as it used to be. That's probablly just a story. I wouldn't beleive it w/out proof.
Answered Apr 23, 2013
You're eyes start depending on your glasses or contacts and they end up getting worse, my eye sight is worse than before.
Answered Apr 23, 2013
No thats a fake thing they tell you your eyes are prob worse cause you don't take care of them

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