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Yes, crying can cause subconjunvtival hemorrhage. When you cry too much, it will cause high blood pressure and leads to subconjunvtival hemorrhage. Or if when you cry and you rub your eyes roughly, it can easily break the small blood vessel in subconjunvitival and result in subconjunvtival hemorrhage. But you don't need to worry too much because subconjunctival hemorrhage can treat itself within two weeks. But if you feel your eye irritated or itchy, you should see a doctor.
Yes, you should know that polycarbonate lenses are known to be safer and thinner. And also, they are also known to be thinner and lighter than traditional type lenses, such as the plastic lenses. And also, Polycarbonate lenses offers you total protection from UV light and radiations. But ordinary plastic offers you minimum protection from UV light. And there are also many other advantages of polycarbonate lenses. For example, they are convenient to be used. And, If you use plastic lenses, you may need to invest in antiglare material to protect you from any harmful rays. So in my opinion, you should choose Polycarbonate lenses.
Well, this situation happens often when someone sleeps with the contacts. At this moment, you can use eye drops, which are a very good idea. Also, you can use a thorough rinsing with cold water, so that it will not irritate the eyes. I would suggest that she should not sleep with the contacts, because it will damage her eyes and make the eyes infected. Only if she takes off the contacts, do her eyes have time to recover and have a rest.
Optic neuritis is the inflammation of the optic nerve that may cause a complete or partial loss of vision. The optic nerve comprises axons that emerge from the retina of the eye and carry visual information to the primary visual nuclei, most of which is relayed to the occipital cortex of the brain to be processed into vision. Vitamin B12 deficiency is a low blood level of vitamin B12, which can cause permanent damage to nervous tissue if left untreated long enough and it also can cause optic neuritis.
According to your description, I can see that there must be something wrong with your eyes. I mean, you are an alcoholic right? So, indeed yellow spots in the eyes could be resulted from a lot of problems, maybe one of them is alcoholism. I mean, you should also try to drink less even if there are no yellow spots. Anyway, if you do not want to regret when bad things happen, you should pay more attention to your health.
A droop eyelid is also called ptosis or blepharoptosis that is a condition of the skin on and around your eyelids droops or hangs down instead of staying taut. And till now, there are five reasons that may cause droopy eyelids. In details, congenital ptosis, muscle diseases, nerve problems, local eye problems and aponeurotic ptosis are the 5 primary types of ptosis, thus, cause eyelids droops.
Just go to your doctor's office where you can get one pair of contact lens. I usually get one pair of contact lenses from my local optician.
Well, I must say it is impossible to get yellow eyes naturally. The color of eyes has been decided by two distinct factors: the pigmentation of the eye's iris and the light in the stroma of the iris. All these based on genes. We cannot change them unless wearing colored contact lenses and making up, even surgery. Personally, wearing yellow contact lenses is the fast and safest way to own yellow eyes. Many Hollywood famous stars always wear colored contact lenses to complete their performances. However, you must go to see a doctor and make sure that you are not allergic to contact lenses. Plus, pay attention to your hands in those germs in hands is easy to enter eyes when you touch them by hands. So wash them clean every time you touch contact lenses.
We all know that women who are menopausal are generally in their 40s or 50s, and this is about the same time that vision problems start to occur.Middle-aged women tend to develop presbyopia, which means that you can no longer focus on close-up objects. This condition will get worse as you age. Nearly half of all of the 65-year-olds in America have some measure of cataract formation in their eyes. And there still another age-related eye problems include glaucoma, which increases in likelihood with each decade after the age of 40. Many suffer from macular degeneration, which can lead to blindness. If you are a diabetic, which is a condition that may first pop up during menopause, you can develop diabetic retinopathy, which is a vision-threatening disease. In addition menopausal women may experience dry eyes, because as we get older we generate fewer tears. The eyes will sting and burn as a result and feel uncomfortable because of the dryness. This will result in visual disturbances.
Yes, people over 40s are likely develop glaucoma. Besides, there are other factors that can cause glaucoma. In details. you can in risks of glaucoma if you have the following condition. First.If you high eye pressure Second. If your families have glaucoma. Third. If you are over 40 years old Five, If you have thin cornea. Six. If you got eye injury or eye surgery, it will increase the risks of glaucoma.
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