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The allergy will cause swollen of skin around eyes, this situation will also caused by lack of sleep, eyes fatigue by excessive eyes use or drinking wine before went to sleep or even trauma. The reason of puffy eyes is induced by congestion of blood circulation of eyes socket or dropsy reduced by too much drinking of water or wine before sleep. Yes, cucumber really helps of the cure of puffy eyes. Some supplement or fruits or vegetables are full of Vitamin A & B, and carotene. They are the necessary nutrients which would protect your eyes everyday. Cucumber is the typical vegetable that full of vitamin. Meanwhile, eyes massage will bring more comfort to your eyes. If you find some cucumber as ice cakes, apply it onto your eyelids for more than 3min. The blood vessel on your eyelids will be expanded with heat and contracted with cold; it will improve the circulation and metabolism of your eyes. The puffy eyes will be recovered soon with this method.
Yes, Honeys are natural remedy to cure eye infection. Infection to eyes are mostly caused by bacteria, virus and microbiological agents. Eye infection mostly causes irritation. Some may even result in redness, watery eyes, burning, itching or discharges from the eyes. As a natural remedy, honey the antimicrobial can help to clear the eye infection. Honey has antibacterial properties and act as a humectant that will clear the eye infection and gives a soothing relief. Using raw and unpasteurized honey will give additional benefits. Honey can be used in several ways for eye infection. It can be applied directly to the eye without diluting it. Put one or two drops of honey directly in the eye. The honey will collect dirt and discharges and eliminate them from natural tearing.
Ok, so sorry to hear that you have got such serious problems with your eyes. It is true the loss of peripheral vision would give us a lot of inconvenience. Whether it will recover or not depends on your specific situation, such as how soon did you get to cure your eyes, what have you been doing to protect your eyes and cure them, etc. Just consult a doctor and follow their instructions, remember, a good mood also helps with your situation. God bless you!
It depends on the limit time for using. If it has been out of date, you'd better not wear them any more. If it is still within the date, you can wear them. But you need change the solution in the case as every week so as to keep them clean and from drying. You should know whether your contacts are monthly lenses or yearly lenses. Then you will know whether you should wear them or not.
About this saying, I need to explain a little bit more than just yes or no. What is the so called glaucoma? Glaucoma is caused by increased pressure in eyes, which will kill optic nerves in eyes and finally lead to vision loss. Caffeine is a stimulant which can impact our central nerve system. For some healthy people, it seems OK to drink some coffee, through which you would intake caffeine. Intake some caffeine doesn't cause any complications to the healthy individuals. But it can surely increase intraocular pressure, which will higher the risk of optic nerves damages. For healthy people, the pressure increased by caffeine might last for 3-4 hours depending on how much you intakes. If you don't drink too much coffee per day, it should be OK. It will not directly lead to glaucoma, but it will increase the risks. If you have glaucoma, you need to quit coffee at once. If you don't have glaucoma, then try to control your caffeine intake amount.
It could happen to everyone while wearing sunglasses for a long time especially in the hot weather. So I suggest you take your sunglasses off ofteh and gently massage the red spot with your fingertips. If you put a little moisturiser on it, then the red mark will go away more quickly.
It depends on the prescription. If it is your first pair of bifocals, you should be able to wear a progressive with no trouble. See an ophthalmologist for a second opinion about the high eye pressure and ask them about progressives as well.
In fact, a lazy eye can be improved by wearing eye patch. You shall have your child put a patch over the good eye so as to force the brain to see with the weaker eye. To help the him, you shall have your child wear patch at lest two hours every day. Personally, you can advise him wear eye patch all the time. It is said that a child of five- to seven-years old can fix their lazy eyes by wearing patch. So, just do it!
It would be washed by clean water. It's simple to clean the sunglass, washing it with clean water after wearing. Then softly wipe the water which remain in the glasses, put it in a ventilated place to blow dry. If there's some oil stain attached in the lenses, apply a little drop of liquid soap and use water to wash after it, which will be ok to get rid of it. But please pay attention that the dry cloth can not use to rub the surface of lenses to prevent from scratch and the increasing of blur area. Make sure the glasses are put in the shade and cool place other than under the blazing sun for quite a long time for the sake of deformation possibility. The resin lenses of sunglasses are not so durable, so the method of water washing is better than cloth rubbing. Thus the lenses would be clean and the scratching will be effectively avoided.
Since you feel dizzy at closer objects with your original prescription, you should take your doctor's advice to wear a slightly weaker glasses which you can get used to quickly. Once my doctor suggested me wear weaker glasses that I can see more clearly than my original prescription. And I feel comfortable when I wear them all day now. So I think it is better to wear a slightly weaker glasses.
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