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Well, I quite understand you that you are worried about the risk of getting black eyes by sneezing. According to some cases, sneezing, if intensive, could lead to black eyes, or swollen eyes, but generally speaking, we wouldn't get black eyes through a couple of sneeze right? The key to fixing black eyes is proper sleep and vitamins. If anything wrong happens, just try to see a doctor.
Temporary blindness is also known as fleeting blindness. The causes of it cover a large varieties, from bright light flashed to some severe medical conditions. Flash blindness is the most common thing that most people might experience. Just like taking photos, every time after the flashed I feel I can't see anything because the pigment in retina is over saturated or bleached. It usually last for only few seconds. If it is related to some medical conditions, such as heart andy cardiovascular system problem, fluids built up in the brain and psycological problem. It is hard to tell how long it will last. I can only say that it last for finite period. You should find out the underlying cause and then take treatment. If the underlying cause is fixed, then your vision problem will go off.
If you just want to wear for driving, i recommend you to buy polarized sunglasses. Compared common sunglasses that shield your eyes from UV rays and reduce strong sunlight, polarized sunglasses can also filter glares from water surface or other smooth surface. SO, they can provide your more comfortable vision when you drive. Besides, if you often drive in night, you can also prepare a pair of night vision sunglasses which are special made for wearing in night to drivers. Anyway, you can find polarized sunglasses at almost every eyeglasses shop who sold sunglasses. Just go ahead. Good luck.
It is normal for you to get itchy eyes after using the anesthesia because of the stimulation of the eye nerves and eyes pressure. You could just let the eyes get recovery by themselves. Then you could use the eye drops to release the symptom. You could also do the warm compress to make the eyes feel comfortable.
In Fight Club, Brad Pitt wears three different types of sunglasses in the movie (all by Oliver Peoples: the Aero, the OP 523, and the Sunset, respectively). The OP-523 is by far the most popular (and hard to get!). You can search them online.
Yes, it is OK to wear clear lenses glasses. One of my college always wear clear lenses to enhance her look. She has perfect vision, but she want to wear eyeglasses that can make her look more mature and smart. So, she always wearing a pair of black wayfarer style eyeglasses with clear lenses. Till now, it is about one years that she wearing clear lens glasses. She still has perfect vision. So, don't worry, if you like it, just have a try.
It may has nothing serous, but you can go to doctor for sure! It may be pinguecula, the reason of it appearing is the conjunctiva connective tissue degeneration by stimulation of dust and sunshine or aging. It usually come out by old people and longtime outdoor workers. You may never feel pain and uncomfortable, it also has no affect to the vision. Unless it affect the appearance of your eyes, it has no need to cutted out or take treatment by medicine.
Golf is a sport most enjoyed during warm, sunny weather. However, it is not a good idea that squinting in the sun. So a good pair of golf sunglasses is so essential to protect from being scratched and exposure. And it also protects your eyes from dirt, sand, wind and harmful UV rays, and should be lightweight and comfortable enough to wear for an entire round of golf without feeling too tight. By the way, it also can enhance one's outlook. Cool and mysterious are easy to be presented.
Wow, I can't believe how wrong those answers are: Fevers are not caused by being cold. Cold stimulates your immune system, kicking it into overdrive, which is why it DOES cause a runny nose for a short time, even though you're not actually getting sick. Your body is preemptively making your nose run to reduce the chances of infection. "Colds" are not because of bacteria. A cold is caused by a virus. I doubt he was asking about dry eyes. And you DEFINITELY don't use vitamin C to "moisture your eyes". Vitamin C is an antioxidant that your body needs only in trace amounts to help your mitochondria regulate their oxidization process, not to keep your eyes wet. In general, trying to get excess vitamin C is bad for you, not good for you. There is mounting evidence that trying to push antioxidants in general may shorten your lifespan. And a fever is NOT usually be accompanied by pink eye or eye infection. What the hell kind of crazy answers are these? Eye pain can be caused by inflammation of optic nerve sheath, or extraocular muscles, or a number of other similar causes, some of which could be triggered by by or have a common cause with a fever.
Well, it seems that you had real bad luck recently. So, as far as I know, been hit in the back of the head would simply not give rise to black eyes. Perhaps it is because you were painful and had a lack of sleep. It is not necessary for you to worry too much about it. Maybe you just need some time to rest and recover from the headache and black eyes. But if things remain bad, go to see a doctor.
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