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  • You should keep a healthy life style and diet habit. 1.Wear the sunglasses to reduce the damage fromthe ultraviolet ray when you are working out door especially in summer or near the beach. 2. Drink enough water every day because the lack of water will lead to the formation of harmful substance for eyes. 3. Take in appropriate vitamins such as vitamin C and vitamin B. It's better to eat vegetable and fruit containing rich vitamin. 4. Control blood sugar level. 5. Eat less salt. 6. Stop or reduce smoking.

  • Well, looks like you are pretty worried about your eye health because you are afraid of looking at the sky. So, from what I know, it would be quite common for anyone of us to have such feeling when look directly at the sky, for the sky, no matter what the whether conditions, gives out very strong light and that would make your eyes hurt. But you perhaps indeed have got photophobia, which is a disease making you afraid of sunshine or strong lights. Just try to consult a doctor and then take actions against your problem.

  • There are many possible causes of swelling eyes including: allergies, eye infections, blepharitis, conjunctivitis, and eye stye. You need to know to cause of your swollen eyes so that you will be able to know how to treat them. When you are allergic, you should figure out the allergen and keep yourself away from it. When you get eye infections or inflammations, you need to apply some antibiotic eye drops or ointments. In case of eye stye or blepharitis, you need hot compresses on daily basis and applying antibiotic ointments.

  • Actually, I must tell you that glaucoma is one of the most serious eye diseases in the world. And if things went bad, it could even make you blind, so you should not turn a blind eye to that ! Of course you should not wear contacts since they will harm your eyes, especially at this time, since your eyes are still recovering. However, if you have got enough time to rest and recover, you may consult the doctor to see if you are ok to wear contacts.

  • Low-degree astigmatism can be corrected by contacts,but there is no study showing that contacts are more effective for astigmatism than glasses.You can ask suggestion from your doctor and determine which one is good for astigmatism.

  • Well, looks like you are not very happy with your eye bags. So, generally speaking, eye bags are resulted from aging, bad use of your eyes, negative emotions, and drinking and smoking, etc. Anyway, what matters most is to quit those bad things or habits and egg whites simply does not help. But I recommend collagen, which proved to be very effective and useful.

  • It should depend on the different causes of phtophobia. Someone has photophobia because of some certain drugs. In this case. you should talk to your prescribing physician about discontinuing or replacing the drug. Someone has congenital photophobia and it can be relieved by wearing sunglasses.

  • Firstly, remove the nose pieces carefully if you are able to. Some nose pieces are removable with a screwdriver made for eyeglasses; it depends on the frame design. If you do remove the nose pieces, make sure you keep track of screws and any other associated parts. Secondly, Dust the nose pieces off with a clean, soft cloth to get rid of any excess dirt or grime. Thirdly,Put a bit of mild soap onto a wet, clean, soft-bristled toothbrush. Scrub the nose pieces with the toothbrush. Rinse them clean and dry them with a soft cloth. At last,Dip a cotton swab into rubbing alcohol. Run this over the nose pads to disinfect them. You can do this either while the glasses are still connected to the pads, or after you have removed them.

  • The lack of sleep will not cause the sunken eyes. As we know, the sunken eyes are usually born to be. Or the trauma caused the sunken eyes in the acquired environment. There is another reason that may cause this. The long time wearing of prescription eyeglasses may cause the sunken eyes because of the modification of eyeballs. And it usually needs the surgery to treat the sunken eyes. After the surgery, you'd better keep the good habit in life. For example, the lack of sleep may deteriorate the sunken eyes. And the spicy food may even stimulate the sunken eyes. Thus, you'd better have a good sleep.

  • You can't rub your eyes with your hand. Go and wash your hands with soaps carefully and then apply some artificial tears into your eyes. You can keep blinking your eyes because this can produce more tears to moisten your eyes and wash out foreign objects or odour that caused your eye irritation.