Kaye Robert

Kaye Robert

(02) 9412 4338

Category: Eye Doctor

Level 1, 379 Victoria Ave
Chatswood,NSW 2067

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  • Well, sounds like you have got some problems with your eye health. Anyway, from what I know, it would be bad to have dry eyes because that would give rise to some consequences, such as blurred vision, red eyes, itchy eyes, decreased vision, etc. So since it is not very serious, you have to take actions against your problem, and pay attention to your eye health by taking exercise, have some healthy foods, vitamin pills, etc.

  • No. Chlorine won't damage polarized sunglasses as long as you don't put your polarized sunglasses in chorine water for a long time. I don't think it is necessary to wear polarized sunglasses to the swimming pool. As you go swimming, you only need to wear swimming goggles when swimming. Anyway, you don't have to worry about your polarized sunglasses. They have no problems at all.

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  • Although eye wrinkles is aging problems, taking care of your eys can reduce the progress of eye wrinkles. If you suffered from eye wrinkles right now, you can apply some anti-wrinkle cream. Also, you can treat your wrinkles by go to an bueaty agency. Then, you shall take care of your skin around eyes in your dialy life. First, you can apply cucumber slice on your eyes everyday to strengthen your thin skin and prevent puffiness. Maximize moisture your skin by apply some eye cream. Hope this can help you.

  • Most floaters or flashes are harmless to your eyes although they are annoying. They would not make you totally blind. But eye floaters in people above 45 years old require particular attention. Sudden forms of eye floaters in this population probably signify a torn retina, which needs immediate treatment from an ophthalmologist.

  • Your sister's eyeglass frames can be fitted with prescription lenses. If your sister gives it to you, you can add prescription lens to the frame. In fact, any eyeglass frames can be embedded with prescription lenses.

  • Smoking too much is bad for our health. Personally, you shall quit smoking. If you can't do it, you can insist smoking less. As for your red eyes, perhaps you can try to treat them with cold compress. It may help. Or, you shall stop smoking and have a good rest, your red eyes can clear up themselves as time goes by. Don't worry, it is not a serious diseases as long as you take care of yourself and give up smoking.

  • I guess it is one of the symptoms of iron deficiency. If I don't guess wrong, what you are suffering from is not only just rapid vision changes but also being sleepy usually, am I right? However, you don't need to worry if your prescription will change with your rapid vision changes. In most cases, this won't happen. So you can rest assured. Certainly you can go also go to have your eyes checked if you really worry a lot about this.

  • Brussel sprouts are the kind of vegetable that contain the most various minerals and vitamins, which can provide the necessary nutrients for the eyes and help enhance the immunocompetence for the eyes. The vitamin C, and vitamin A in the brussel sprouts can prevent the eyes' crystalline lenses from getting aged and muddy, thus reducing the rate of cataracts. And there is much carotene in the brussel sprouts which can help form the vitamin A. Therefore, eating moderate amount of brussel sprouts can do good to your eyes.

  • It may be because you don't get your right contacts or your contacts has been damaged, like scratching. There is also a possiblity that your eyes are allergy to chemicals in the contact solutions. In this case, you should take out your contact lenses and go to your eye doctor to have a check.