Yes, eyeglasses can help you correct crossed eyes. Crosses eyes are also known as wandering eyes. And it medically term is Strabismus. This happen when one or both eyes turns in or out, up or down. And there are various types of crosses eyes. They can also be treated differently. And wearing eyeglasses is one of the methods to help them achieve clear vision.
Some special therapy eyeglasses may help you, which need you to go to see the doctor and have a clear check. However, people with crossed eyes are born to be. And they usually get the treatment when they are young. So you'd better go to the hospital and ask for the doctors' suggestions.
Yes, it's useful to use eyeglasses or contact lenses to correct crossed eyes due to uncorrected farsightedness. Crossed eyes are also known as strabismus, which is both eyes don't look at the same place at the same time. When the eyes are misaligned, the brain gets two images to create double vision and confusion. It could be caused due to three main factors, which are family history, refractive error and medical conditions. It's important to maintain proper eye alignment to avoid seeing double vision and prevent the development of poor vision in the eyes. Hence, there are many treatment methods for crossed eyes. The eyeglasses can be specialized to recovery accommodative esotropia.
I can give you just some tips but I suggest to give a look to the method that i posted above, for example you can take more food that contains vitamin A such as carrots may help to naturally improve your eye sight.Â
We can also always do exercises. There are exercises such as rolling your eyeball to form an invisible square that are always recommended by the doctors to improve one's eyesight.Â I don't know about quickly as there is no fast way to reach one's goal.Â