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I have to tell you that there is no direct links between the two symptoms. However, as fibromyalgia can lead to depression, headache , sleeping disorder, rheumatism and other diseases that are relevant to brain nerves, which may influence the eyes not faraway. Of course, it will not do good to eyes if you don't have a good nental status. Therefore, you may feel dry or other comforts in your eyes so that may induce other eye problems. It seems that your fibromyalgia can inevitably affect your eyes. Hope that will help.
as you have already reached your 50s ,it is a little late to take anti-protective approach to your eye health cuz your eyes are degenerating now . Possibly foods high in beta carotene would work . Also nourish yourself with food high in Vitamin A . keeping a healthy diet is always better than nothing . you can resort to reading glasses to have a good view .
At first the coating does cover the whole lens,but after the lenses are cut, the edges don't have it anymore as the frame is made on them. Polishing the edges may work for you.
It wouldn't work. Dude, you'd better schedule an eye exam and get a piece of prescription first. Then you can buy a pair of prescription glasses with your prescription. The glasses sold online are much cheaper than that sold in any local eyeglasses stores. So I suggest you to have a look online first. I often buy glasses from Firmoo, Amazon, lenscrafters or walmart. Their glasses are affordable.
In the first place, you should start from observing the brand signal on the frame side of the eyeglasses. If it is real, the signal print will be with no flaw. In the second place, you can put it on the table to observe the balancing character of this type of eyeglasses. Last of all, you can wear it to feel the comfortable character to judge whether it is true or not.
I heard that honey can use for lightening our eye color. It has been used to lighten our skin, our hair and even our eyes. But the honey that is used to brighten your eyes should be organic pure honey and mixed with plenty of purified water. But I still suggest you not to try this for it will take many years to change our color and this may possibly hurt our eyes.
If you have the round face and wear the eyeglasses, I suggest you to cut the hair short to the upper side of the ears which may suit you. You will look so refreshing at such style. In addition, you could also cut the hair and curl the hair. The short curled hair will make you look so sweet and cute when wearing the eyeglasses.
I believe your reds eyes after skining is a combination of wind, glare, low humidity and less oxygen. Rewetting drops don't really help nor do drops for the redness. Goggles help but not enough.An optician once told me that contacts love either cold/dry or hot/humid conditions so skiing should be good for them. I am currently trying new monthly torics, Proclear and Frequency Xcel. I also have dry eyes. the proclear has a higher water content and I find them less comfortable. these lenses need more water which my eye is not producing.Red eyes mean something is irritating them. I assume you wear googles or wrap around shades so it should not be wind or glare. it might have something to do with the fit of your lens or the oxygen supply to the eye. probably best to see an optician for a check up.
It is normal that the eyes will roll back and the we can see the white of the eyes when people faint. This is because when people are in the state of relaxation, their pupillas are upward. For example, when people are sleeping, their white of the eyes will be exposed. And at the instant of faint, the optical nerves will get immediately relaxed, then the pupilla will turn upward too quickly for the eyelids to cover the eyeballs. Therefore, we see the fainted people roll back their eyes when they faint.
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