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University Opticians

University Opticians

(352) 378-4480

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

300 SW 4th Ave
Gainesville, FL 32601

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  • Well, it seems that you are quite interested in those anti glare glasses. So, as a matter of fact, the purpose of those glasses is to better protect our eyes against some harmful lights, such as UV beams, which could damage our eyes. So, by wearing those glasses , our eyes could be protected and we simply could see no side effects, but you should make sure that anti glare glasses are suitable for your eyes, just consult an eye doctor ok?

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  • I have this kind of experience as well. I got that kind of dizziness a few times after sitting at the computer at work and also felt like I needed to hold onto the wall to get down the hall. I had been on the computer for about 5 hours without taking my eyes off of it (and had been doing this for a few days straight). This kind of dizziness was not a symptom of "anxiety", either. The dizziness struck so quick and violently, I thought my chair had tipped over. I literally thought I was falling off the chair for a few seconds when it hit. Had to put my head on the desk and felt like I needed to hold on to the desk. It was scary! Lasted probably 5 minutes. I was eventually OK, but it was an awful feeling. I've heard that flourescent lights can sometimes cause dizziness, and I've also heard the flourscent lights (might be the older kind) have been associated with some seizures. My opthalmologist said the theory on computers causing eye problems is bogus (but I don't know if I believe him :)

  • Generally speaking, it is not seriously bad to your eyes, if you get a bit of soap water into eyes. You can wash your eyes with clean water and avoid rubbing your eyes with your hands. However, the soap water is a kind of water has alkalescence. Then it may cause red eyes and you can feel pain in your eyes. In severe condition, it may cause inflammation and lead to eye infection. If your condition is not improved after several days, you'd better go to see a doctor.

  • It happens in our daily life that something splashes into the eye, such as shampoo, oil, hand sanitizer, and so on. And we all know that is not a big deal when something splashed into eye and it's not necessary to see a physician, but what should we do when those accidents happen? There are my suggestions 1. Do not rub your eyes by your dirty hands, unclean hands have a lot of bacteria, which can lead eye infection. 2. Washing your eye by much clean water to make it out. 3. Ask some one to help you if you do not know what to do when it happens. If your feel pain and think that is emergency, you'd better see a Physician.

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