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Dr. Elizabeth Lee, OD

Dr. Elizabeth Lee, OD

(213) 253-2677

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351 E Temple St112C Los Angeles, CA 90012

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  • The doctor can test if you meet the requirements of "legally blind."

  • The reason why your eyes feel heavy and tired may caused by lacking of sleep. When you don't have enough sleep, your eyes muscles are stay excited as well, so our eyes will feel tired and heavy. If you want to improve this situation, what you do first is to have enough sleep. Moreover, you can use a cold washcloth to give your eyes compresses. Doing eye exercise is good for your eyes as well. When you get tired after doing reading or focusing on a point about 1 or two hours, you should close your eyes and have a rest. You can use eye drops to help your eyes get well.

  • Dear friend, you can apply some artificial tears to lubricate your eyes. Although this kind of eye drops can't remove your eye floaters while it may be necessary when your eyes are very dry. We know that the eye floaters are some cell remains in our eyes, the flow of the water in our eyes may help a lot. I also heard that eye floaters can be caused by stress. If your eye floaters are caused by great pressure in your daily life, I think the best way to remove your eye floaters is to find some ways to reduce your stress.

  • Cataract surgery is successful for 85 to 92 out of 100 adults. Surgery may also improve vision in infants who have cataracts.In one large study, 95 out of 100 adults were satisfied with the results of their surgery.

  • Well, it seems that you care a lot about your eye health. Anyway, sometimes we will inevitably meet some problems which could have some impacts on our eyes. But generally speaking, eating disorders would not lead to blindness, if you do not risk drinking some toxic chemicals. Anyway, a healthy diet would keep your eye health. And eating disorders have little thing to do with blindness. Just pay more attention.

  • There is no way to lower eye pressure quickly, you shall make a deliberate effort to lower eye pressure in daily life. To lower your eye pressure, you shall keep balance diet every day. To improve eye health, you shall add vitamin supplements such as omega-3, beta-carotene and vitamins C and E to your daily routine to help protect your optical nerve from damage. Besides, keep regularly eye break when you work in front of computers.

  • After Lasik and similar laser eye surgery, patients sometimes experience temporary problems with focusing, perception of distances, eye strain, headaches, fatigue, vertigo, even nausea and dizziness. These normally temporary symptoms may be related to the sudden change of optics created by Lasik or Lasik dry eye.

  • According to your description, maybe it is because you are tired. As we know that when you have been reading, that means your eyes focused on one point. If it happens in a long time, it will make your eyes feel stressed. We can say it as eye strain. Then after you finished reading and want to look at other things, it will be hard for your eyes to be accustomed to the situation around. At this moment, they can not focus on easily. So you should be careful about it and just control the time of reading. For example, you can have some eye drops so that it can relieve the symptom.

  • Visually impaired people, whether they are totally blind or have some degree of useful vision may, at times, require the assistance of a sighted guide.When approaching a blind person, initiate the greeting using a normal tone of voice. Identify yourself and then inquire if your assistance is desired. If so, touch your hand to the back of their hand as a signal or them to take your arm.Avoid pulling blind people by the hand or tugging at their sleeves. It is awkward and confusing. Simply offer your assistance and they will tell you the best way to guide them. Let them know when you are coming to a curb and whether you will be stepping up or down.You should tell the blind person when they are approaching a door and in which direction the door opens. For example, the guide would say "the door opens to the left and towards us". In this case, the blind person would then free their left hand in order to hold the door and to close it, as may be required.