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You mean a pair of prescription computer glasses. Of course you can do that. Go and have your eyesight checked first and then buy a pair of prescription computer glasses according to your prescription. All computer glasses have anti-reflective coatings. This coating can help block harmful computer reflections and filter glare from computer screens. Other kind of glasses doesn't have this coating.
Generally, when people are in the sun or meting the strong light, their eyes will feel uncomfortable or even be afraid of the light. This phenomenon called photophobia in the field of medicine. People often close their eyes and only leave a seam to let themselves feel good normally. But there always a lot of people use sunglasses to avoid photophobia. So what is the most appropriate sunglasses for photophobia people. Typically, the color of black sunglasses are preferred by people. But if you not only want to make yourself feel good, but also want to pursue the fashion, the colorful of the lens can be chosen. Gray, blue, brown for example. In my opinion, the gray one is the best one for its fashion and can let you feel comfortable.
If your kids love winter sports or like to play outside in the snow, you'd better buy them a pair of ski googles. A good pair of ski goggles for kids can not only provide eye protection from the sun, but they help keep the eyes from drying out due to the cold wind. Try rei.com, vision3k.com and trekwear.co.uk which offer many colorful ski goggles for kids. And they are much cheap and of good quality.
When we choose glasses, we should pay attention to the shape, color and size of the frame. As for those who with triangle faces, I hold the view that they should select a pair of rimless frame glasses with light colors and wider bottom. Because this kind of frame can minimize the width of the top of the face so that it can make the face look more attractive and gentle. And there is another important thing I must say that everyone looks best in his or her own color base, so when choosing the color of the frame, we should take the colors of skin, eyes and hair into account. Then go to the store to try on more glasses, and you may well find a pair of suitable glasses quickly according to theses principles.
Well, yes, it can be very terrible to have bleeding eyes. Generally speaking, eye bleeding can result in a red tinge, or even a pool of blood, inside the front portion of the eye. And what is more, according to some experts, subconjunctival hemorrhage can be used when there is breakage of a small blood vessel beneath the lining tissue of the eye, with an area of bleeding visible on the white of the eye. And that can be very dangerous situation. For the causes, it is usually caused by an injury to the eye. Also, some other serious causes include cancer, malformations of blood vessels in the eye, and severe irritation and inflammation of the iris. And that can just lead to serious eye problems.
I heard that the scar tissues can be removed by some kind of surgery. The surgeon can use some high tech equipment to clean out the debris and a lot of scar tissues during the surgery. But we must aware that there was no guarantee that the scar tissues would not grow back again. So you'd better consult your eye doctor for better ways or suggestions.
Bleeding in the eye can be caused by different reasons and not all of them need laser surgery treatment. Usually laser treatment is allowed when it is caused by hypertension related to diabetic if the bleeding is small and there is no severe vetreous body opacity.
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.
Cornea is the protective membrane covering on eyeball, which should be transparent and clear with full of nerve ends. Because it is full of nerve ends, it is extremely sensitive that if any dust or sand got into eyes or beneath eyelids would make you feel very uncomfortable. Corneal abrasion will cause pain, foreign body sensation, sensitivity to light, excessive tear and squinting. Normally mild abrasion can heal up without any treatment in about 3 days. As to serious case, it take longer to heal up. Because there is no blood vessels on cornea, so any wound on it heals very slow. If anything gets into eyes which caused corneal abrasion, don't rub your eyes but flushing eyes with water. To treat corneal abrasion, you can apply some antibiotics eye drops or ointment to prevent infection and lubricate eyes. Some medication might be prescribed to relieve pain. Don't wear contact lenses until you are completely healed up, because wearing contact lenses might make your abrasion worse. Wear sunglasses while going outside could help reduce the pain from strong light.
Yes, they do tend to change color when angry or due to mood. My eyes, in particular, are quite interesting. They turn a bright hazel with a little explosion of spikes surrounding the pupil of the eye. When I'm in a low mood, they resemble some seriously dark chocolate, and when normal, they resemble dark brown, boring eyes. They're very cool. Blue eyes tend to go green when pissed off and turn to a lighter and grayer color when in a low mood. Same with green. Gray eyes can turn a multitude of different colors but tend to turn ice blue when pissed and a silvery color when in a low mood.
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