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Yes, you can exercise after prk surgery. You can exercise two weeks later after the surgery. In two weeks, you should avoid combative sports in particular. Because when you exercise, you will rub your eyes with your hands or your clothes when you are sweating. There are amounts of bacteria in your hands and clothes. So these bacteria can easily have access to get into your eyes and get your eyes infected. I advise you to do exercise when you recover.
Actually, the exercises may damage the eyes; however, it would be divided for low risk, high rist and extremely dangerous ones. The low risk ones will be no use of ball, club or racket and there has no body contact, such as Athletics, swim, gym and bicycle. The high risk ones are the ones which use tools and body contact, such as basketball, football and hockey as well as other racket use sports, and fencing or water polo. Besides, dive is belonging to this field of sports. The most risk ones will be the ones that have body conflict and without eyes care equipment, including box, wrestling and martial arts combat. The strong prescription people and high blood pressure person and diabetics should be cautious against strenuous exercise, so this kind of sports as team work sports will be easy to lead the fundus hemorrhage, even amotio retinae. The power plate will not belong to the high or most dangerous risk sports. It is relatively safe when you play. So never mind!
Ok, from what you said I can see that your eyes have got some problems, which make you feel quite uncomfortable sometimes. Anyway, it is true that daily contact lenses have got high percentage of water, which could relieve your dry eyes. However, since you might have got dry eyes, it would not be wise for you to wear contact lenses. Just try not to wear them before you get recovered. Try to get more vegetables and fruits, and vitamin pills such as B series.
After laser eye surgery, you should protect the eyes strictly against UV light on the way home. It is necessary to wear sunglasses. Get adequate eye rest during the follow-up days and avoid overusing your eyes. When you take shower or wash your hair, keep the water and any soap out of your eyes to prevent any damage or harm to them.
Hi, I think there are many possibilities. Beside what the guy mentioned above, there are other causes such as allergies or pink eye. These will cause red and bloodshot eyes. You can use some artificial tears to reduce the dryness of your eyes for I think your itching eyes are caused by dryness. Dry eye is one of the most common symptoms in eye problems. However, I still think you should see your doctor timely. If you got the pink eye and it is contagious too, only your doctor can help you with this.
I haven't had the upside down vision myself. But I know that upside down vision can be caused by many reasons. Some kind of eye diseases will lead to upside down visions. If you have vertical diplopia, you may suffer from upside down vision too. So when you have this kind of problems, you may need to have your eyes checked by an eye doctor. Besides these reasons, upside down vision can be caused by brain damages or brain tumor. And some kind of viral infection on the brain may lead to upside down vision too.
Since you don't have enough sleep, I think sleep is a effective way to brighten your eyes naturally. Then you can apply cold tea bags to help treat your tired eyes. Put cold tea bags on your eyes for 10 to 15 minutes. Two chilled slices of cucumber are also good to brighten the eyes. Apply slight massage around your eyes can make your eyes more energetic because it help promote the blood circulation around the eyes.
Hi, in my opinion, the frame in dark color suites you better. However, you still can try some frame in bright color. At firmoo.com, you can try the virtual try-on tool. With that tool, you can find the most suitable one for yourself.
There are two main types of patch. The first one is that adhesive patches stick to the skin. Advantages : hard to peak around, come in 2 sizes, various brands have different types of adhesive (some stickier than others to suit individual needs), available in most pharmacies and various websites on the internet.Disadvantages: Can irritate the skin, can hurt coming off, may be the more expensive option. The second kind is that felt patches are made to slip on over glasses. Advantages: rarely irritate the skin, washable, reusable, overall cheaper than adhesive patches, available in many optical shops and various websites on the internet. Disadvantages: sometimes easier to peak around, can only use these if the child is wearing glasses. Hope this helpful.
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