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Absolutely it does not exactly hurt your eyes. In ancient times, people read and write all ways in dim light, such as by candlelight or with gas or kerosene lamps. However good light is good for your eye protection indeed. Many of us have deep misunderstandings of eye harmful factors. Many of us believe that eat carrots is helpful for vision because of rich vitamin A in them, however, in the world exists many fruits and vegetables contain rich Vitamin A. So, a well-balanced diet is just Ok. www.eyecareamerica.org, a excellent site, which offer you much more information about your questions.
Bifocal lenses have two different areas that is used to correct both nearsightedness and presbyopia. And a line is visible in the bifocal lens.While varifocal lenses do not have a line where the two prescriptions meet and can correct the vision for mid-range or arm's-length , so you can use varifocal glasses to see computer.
I got white out (wite-out, correction fluid) on my real eyelash, what to do?
Yes, lacking of sleep cause your eyes to water. Because when you lack sleep, it will slow down the rate of your metabolism. When the rate of metabolism slows down, your body will easily gather more rubbish and water. So your eyes will begin watering. In addition, if you drink much water and eat something salty, your eyes may be watering as well. What you should do now is to go to bed as early as you can and drink less water before you go to sleep. Doing some massage for your eyes can help you reduce watering eyes. When you have enough sleep, water eyes will disappear too.
The best thing you can do is to keep them clean. Remove the gooey stuff in your eyes timely and do a good disinfecting job. Avoid rubbing your eyes. Drink more water and keep a insipid diet. Remember to wear sunglasses to protect your eyes when outside.
Well, according to what you said, I think your eyes are just in critical conditions. our eyes are quite weak and could not bear so much damage, it must be really painful. Anyway, I suggest that you do not try to deal with it on your own, just try to get some effective and timely treatment in the eye clinic. Remember, do not try to rub your eyes or pull the poke out of your eyes.
Well, as far as I know, despite that the possibility is quite low, however, I have once got that bad thing happen to me. Of course, there will be tremendous likelihood that your eyes might be scratched by the broken pieces, even bloodshed. But actually, if the quality of your contacts are quite good, there will be no danger. My advice for you is to wear short term contacts, rather than those with long duration.
Of course you could. You can ask them to give you another pair of the normal lenses which you can replace the prescription sunglasses lenses with them when you wear contacts. I think they would be happy to sell you the normal lenses because it means for money for them.
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Well, in some degree, it can lead to dilated eyes. Generally speaking, when you have concussion, it can just lead to some changes in your body, such as high blood pressure in your brain. And then that can affect your eyes, leading to some eye problems, such as dilated pupils. And when that occurs, the black part of the eye is bigger than normal. Also, we can say that dilated pupils look like a big black circle. And according to the experts, there are many different factors which can cause pupils to be dilated. For example, anxiety can lead to it in some degree. Besides, drug use, illness, and trauma are other causes. For your situation, just have the doctor check your eyes carefully and have some treatments.
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