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Yes, It will be safe as long as you choose the right over counter reading glasses. In fact, Over counter reading glasses don't have any different from prescription reading glasses. The only major differences is that over counter reading glasses aren't customized to wear's eyes. They are made already for sell. But it won't hurt your eyes only if you choose the right pair.
No, it is strange to feel sting in the eyes when you wear contact lenses. It maybe normal to feel discomfort in the eyes as first you put contact lenses in the eyes. But it should not be happen that sting in the eyes. You'd better check your contact lenses if there anything on the lenses. If you not, you try again. If you still feel sting in the eyes, your eyes may allgeric to the lenses. Seeing an doctor or consult an opticain.
It is a very vague conception of your words of "like sandpaper", because there has no photos to check, so the only thing I would do is to guess. From your description of this symptom I guess, it is maybe the squamous blepharitis. There has some other symptom for you to check if it is true the disease. Has your eyes feel burning, and the eyelids swollen or itching? Has your root of eyelids squamous? Some of the blepharitis will be accompanied with the conjunctivitis. All in all, all the above words are guess. You really need go to doctor for the details check, and keep your personal hygiene of your eyes, because it really very subtle and delicate. Keep your hand away from your eyes; avoid rubbing it and getting it infection. Relax it after long time work and prevent it from allergey of food. Ok, hope you all the best soon.
Hello, it is true that some people will get some botox side effects after injections. Those side effects around the eyes include pain at the injection site, infection, inflammation, swelling, redness, bleeding and bruising.What's more some of these symptoms may indicate an allergic reaction, also some other allergy symptoms are itching, wheezing, asthma, a rash, red welts, dizziness and faintness. If you have these side effects, just go to see your doctor.
If you would like to order progressive lenses for computer use, just simply split the Add number in half and combine half of the Add with the Sph. that is Rx +1.00 I can not make sure, you need to confirm it from your eye doctor.
For gray hair, light brown, white and black may be the suitable color for you. Do not try any flaring color, such as red, yellow or blue. Because it won't look cool. Gray hair is a kind of cool and quiet color, so try to avoid such flaring color. Try them one by one then decide may be the best choose for you, as I can see.
I bought a pair of titanium glasses from an online optical store. They are affordable. I am allergic to some plastic glasses. I heard that titanium glasses won't cause any allergy. So I have a try. Yes, they won't cause an allergy. I won't have itchy and red skin around my eyes. If you are also allergic to some kind of materials I strongly suggest you to buy a pair of titanium glasses. I also think they are good for every person. So you don't need to worry about this. But they are more expensive and of less style. Hope this helped!
The way to wear contact lenses is almost the same whether your eyes are big or small. Just follow the steps, and you may find it only a quite easy task. Firstly, wash your hands with soap and dry your hands with a towel or an air dryer. Secondly, remove one contact from its case. Unless the prescription is the same for both, remember to check whether itâ€™s for your right or left eye. Thirdly, place the contact on the index finger, use the index finger of your opposite hand to pull your upper eyelid upward and use the middle finger of your dominant hand to pull your lower eyelid downward. Fourthly, move the contact towards your eye calmly and steadily and gently place the contact on your eye. At last, blink slowly so as to not dislodge the contact. As you become more experienced, you can finish this in only 1 to 2 minutes.
No, you do not have to be taken care of all the time after the cataract surgery, but you should pay more attention in case of decreasing the effects after the surgery. First of all, you should not do heavy work such as holding children or lifting heavy things. Do not bend down to pick up things on the floor, or wash your hair by yourselves. If you have to, you should ask someone else to do it for you. Also, you should not use your hands or handkerchief to rub your eyes. Do not eat hard or irritative foods such as hot pepper, melon seeds and so on. Do not read or watch TV for too long. Besides, avoid coughing. And eat more vegetables and fruits and lie on your back as possible as you can when you are sleeping.
I also heard that Bate's vision therapy can help improve our eyesight. But it is very expensive. So I am reluctant to have a try. Now you said that it doesn't help. So I won't consider it. I plan to consider lasik eye surgery. I really have very bad eyesight. Maybe lasik eye surgery can help me with this problem.
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