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Sears Optical

Sears Optical

(805) 650-0034

Category: Optical Stores

3295 E Main St
Ventura,CA 93003

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3295 E Main St Ventura,CA 93003

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  • You can choose daily disposable contact lenses, RGP contacts, tinted contact lenses, etc. if you do not spend time cleaning and storing contact, you can choose daily disposable contact lenses. After wearing it, just throw it. If you often play basketball outside, you can choose tinted sports glasses that can block out strong rays and offer your better comfort. No matter what contact lenses you choose, quality is top priority. ACUVUE is a good brand you can choose. https://www.acuvue.co.uk/lenses_and_sport

  • Our eyes react to the amount of light in our environment. As the amount of light is reduced, the pupils enlarge to allow more light to reach the retina at the back of the eye in an effort to keep vision clear and effective in less than ideal conditions. Reading in low light decreases the ability of the eyes to focus clearly, which causes them to become tired. Many people also blink less frequently under low light, which can cause temporary dryness. Conversely, in bright light, pupils shrink in order to decrease the amount of light reaching the retina. The retina then transmits the light and visual information to the brain, allowing us to see.

  • I never heard this kind of saying before. Nowadays people are spending more than 8 hours per day in front of a computer, staring at the monitor. It is very likely to have eye strain for doing so. You can update the monitor because the old CTR monitor has a very obvious flicker of images, which is the main cause of eye strain. The higher resolution of the monitor, the larger the monitor is, it is better. The size of monitor be at least 19 inches. Adjust the brightness and contrast and take frequent breaks, which can help allay the eye strain obviously. Blinking can help moisten the eyes. When staring at the monitor, people tend to blink five times less than usual, which leads to excessive tear evaporation. Blinking can help spread the tear film evenly on eyeball to effectively lubricate eyes.

  • Well, actually, your question is to some extent hard to be answered. As far as I know, those two are both serious diseases which would lead to serious consequences. To be honest, they have lots in common and of course some differences. The former is much more serious and looks more terrible while the latter looks better and not that horrible. My advice for you is to visit a professional eye hospital and get some accurate eye exam.

  • Yes, a sinus infection will affect eyes. You know the eyes and the nose are communicated with each other of the channel. The sinus infection is a kind of upper respiration system infection caused by virus and germs. However, your eyes bruised, the bruised will be related to eyes blood vessel congestion. It seems the virus has affected the blood vessels, so we suggest you go to doctor to check the details.

  • Yes, it is normal to see that. You could see some lights that are called endoptic phenomenon. In other words, they originate from within the eye itself. The blood flow into the eye is temporary interrupted and the pressure is directly applied onto the eyeball, raising the intraocular pressure when you rubbing your eyes. In this case, a postural drop in blood pressure temporarily leads to reduced retinal perfusion and consequent inappropriate retinal activity, producing light spots with color and stars.

  • Don't wear your circle lenses too long, because no circle lens will feel as safe and comfortable as your ordinary contact lenses. Your eyes will feel dry and uncomfortable, if you wear them for long periods of time. you should push it over 8 hours. If you wear it for the first time, stay for 3 hours. Then every day onwards increase by 2 hours. in addition, always use it wisely and responsibly/

  • Well, in fact, I do love mirrored sunglasses, because it looks so cool when someone wears it. Actually, mirrored sunglasses are never out of fashion, it's very classic. So you can buy a pair of new mirrored sunglasses in 2012. And there are a lot of fabulous brands for mirrored sunglasses, such as Ray-Ban which is famous for mirrored sunglasses, Gucci and Prosun, etc. I am sure you will look very fashionable with mirrored sunglasses.

  • Well, first, you should know that in most cases, people who have dark circles around the eyes have nothing wrong with kidney problem at all. However, there are also some chronic kidney problems can cause your dark circles under your eyes. In my opinion, you should go and see your GP and have some simple urine and blood tests done. So you can make sure if your symptom is caused by kidney problem or not. And also, stress, and bad life habits can lead to dark circles too. So you can have some Moisturizers containing Vitamin E and K, so that it can lessen the appearance of dark circles. Beside, you can eat some black chocolate which are rich in Lutein and zeaxanthin, which can do a good job to your dark circles and the sight. Also, many kinds of oil, such as the black seed oil are very effective to your dark circles too. Anyway, just have a try.

  • Yes, I think so. Sleeping is good for pink eye. Sleeping could help recovery because during sleeping, your eyes can have a rest. We all have such experience that when we have pink eye, we feel pain in eyes and increased sensitivity to light. So the ophthalmologist would suggest you to have rest as much as possible so that your eyes could have a good rest too. No more exposure to light, no more painful feeling is caused. Wash your hands thoroughly to ensure your hands will not bring more bacteria to your eyes. You could apply some warm and moist compress on eyes, but remember to use different compress for each eye. You can apply some home remedies as eye drops to help clean and moisturizing eyes, which could help reduce discharge and infection.