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I often use glasses other than contacts, because I often get eye infections from wearing contacts. I don't know why contacts often lead to an eye infection. Every time before putting on my contacts, I would wash my hands with soaps carefully. Where do the bacteria come from? I don't know.
As a matter of fact, you can measure contact lenses with something called a PD stick, which is the most common thing used in measuring optical device. They are widely used in measuring prescription eyeglasses, too, since the nature of prescription eyeglasses and that of contact lenses are exact the same. Their differences only in one having frames and other not. To measure the curvature of a contact lens, a lens clock is needed. Hope you find this helpful.
Actually, nowadays, Nike's maxsight contact lenses are becoming more and more popular among athletes, because this kind of newly designed contact lenses could enable athletes to maximize their vison while they are taking sports activities. Since they are newly introduced products. You can only get them at some large optical stores such as MaxMart or Walmart. Or just visit their website to see where to buy.
You need to pay more attention to it. Since dog carries a lot of bacteria on their fur or in the saliva, which will infect your baby's nose or eyes. Please let wash your baby's hands with tap immediately and notice it carefully. If there is unnormal, please take your baby to your doctors'.
Generally speaking, vitamin d deficiency can not cause dry eyes. As we know that if you do not have the necessary balance of these three layers in your eyes, or if your eyes do not make enough tears to coat the eye, you may have a condition, which i8s known as dry eye. Of course, in some cases a vitamin deficiency may contribute to dry eye problems. But you also should know that it is not vitamin d deficiency, but vitamin a deficiency. Anyway, if you have a vitamin A deficiency, you may also experience problems with dry eye. And if you want to eat some foods which are rich in vitamin d, you can eat more fish, such as catfish, eggs, and cod liver oil. Besides, if you have dry eyes, you may experience scratchiness, itching and burning on the surface of your eyes. so anyway, it can be dangerous for you.
It is really terrible for you to get the peppermint oil in your eyes. You'd better wash it out with the clean water as soon as possible. You could wash it until you see nothing of oil in your eyes. Then you could use the warm compress to make the eyes feel comfortable.
The reason of your eyes won't focus in the morning may have some different causes. Myopia, eyes fatigue with excessive use, even inflammation and eyes secretion will be the reason of hard focus in the morning. We suggest you to use some eyes drop to nourishing your eyes and prevent the myopia. And eyes massage to the temple and eyes socket may help to the recover. If the above method has no effect to the recovery of your eyes, you would better go to hospital for check.
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Well, yes, ear infection can also lead to eye irritation. So when you have ear infection, you should be careful about your eyes or it will just lead to some serious eye problems. First, you need to know that eye irritation can be caused by bacterial, viral, and allergic. And according to some experts, eye irritation which is caused by the same bacteria can also cause ear infections. And as we know that an ear infection can spread to the eyes and cause eye irritation. And also, sometimes, red eyes, itchy eyes, even swelling eyes can be possible too.
The eye doctor may tell you to change your contatcs every 2-3 weeks. I often change my contacts every 2 weeks. However, I think you should consult your optometrist and ask him/her for advice. Remember not wear them if they are without the recommended time, otherwise it may cause eye infections.
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