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In some cases, yes, a chemo is possible to cause eye floaters. In general, almost all kinds of cancer chemotherapy drugs have their side effects, such as the effects on the visual system. For example, some drugs can cause tear deficiency in the eyes which leads to discomfort and some blurring of vision. Other chemotherapy drugs can promote the formation of cataracts which reduce the clarity of vision. Still other cancer-treating drugs can cause optic neuropathy, a deterioration of the optic nerve which carries vision information from the eye to the brain. Therefore, it is very important to mention any vision changes that you grandma is having with her doctor so that a referral can be made to your grandma in time. Besides, eye floaters are most common among the group of aged people. As people are aging, the vitreous and its millions of fine collagen fibers shrink and become shred-like. Shreds can accumulate in the vitreous. This can cause a change in the amount of light that hits the retina, which is the light-sensitive tissue in the back of the eye, which causes the symptoms of eye floaters. Your grandma had better go to the doctor's to have an examination to find out whether her eye floaters are caused by the chemo or the reason of aging.
The colors of eyes do have a certain relation with the vision, but not in a decisive way. The eye color depends on the color of the iris, and different colors possess different degrees of ability to absorb the light rays as well as the different amount of energy contained in the light rays. Generally speaking, the deeper the eye color is, the more light and energy the eyes can absorb. Therefore, people with black eyes have the best ability to screen off and adjust the light rays, while people with blue eyes are worse at it, thus blue-eye people has higher rate of getting cataracts than black-eye people do. Therefore, to some extent, people with brown eyes can see better in the sun than people with blue eyes.
I will use contacts cuz I don't need to worry them falling off .goggles make me look so silly..
Yes, coconut oil do work for puffy eyes. Well maybe you are just, well, tired. All the same, rubbing massaging some coconut oil underneath the eyes at night before you go to bed can really help this situation. Coconut oil firms your skin and prevents sagging, its also a great nutrient replenisher for the skin. One thing to keep in mind is that the causes of this condition are plentiful, some of the main causes are drinking alcohol, salty foods, smoking, menstruation and kidney disorders. Almond oil and olive oil are also two healthy fat oils known to help with dark puffy circles under the eyes as well. Basically, it never hurts to take care of yourself to make coconut oil's job a little easier : )
Well, in my opinion, you can go to work when you have dilated eyes. And it can be fine. But I have to tell that you should not overuse your eyes through watching too much computer screen. You should know that when dilated pupils occur, the black part of the eye will be bigger than normal one. And generally speaking, they can be caused by high blood pressure, stress, eye strain. If you work and have too much computer watching, it will just make your situation worse. To treat it, you can try some cool teabags, and just put them on your eyes, maybe it can be effective. Of course, cool cucumbers can be used too. Anyway, just be careful.
Dilated pupils are often caused by the following reasons: 1.When you are in the darkness, you pupils dilate to let more light in. 2. Some drugs or eye drops cause dilated pupils. 3. When a person is hungry and see food, he will have dilated pupils. When a person is happy, painful, nervous, scared, he may have dilated pupils.
I will have a an answer as soon as my need for free prescription glasses has been answered.
As far as I'm concerned, no matter it really works or not, it is an unnecessary thing because you can remove the contact lenses easily without any tools. Just do as the following steps: first, wash your hand and dry them; second, press your up-eyelashes with your forefinger, press your down-eyelashes with your middle finger and try to open your eyes as widely as you can so that the whole eyeball can be seen; last exert both your index and middle fingers in pulling to the direction of your contacts, and at the same time blink for some times. Practice more a few times, and you will find it so easy!
Well, it seems that you are going to swim, good for you. So, as to your question, I would say, yes, probably. The reason why you might have some bad impacts on your eyes is that some swimming pools are not refiiled and cleaned on a regular basis. Some businessmen want to cut their costs. So, your eyes might be infected if you have no goggles when swimming. So, I suggest you get a pair of goggles, just in case.
There is no cure for viral red eye. Recovery can begin within days, although the symptoms frequently get worse for the first three to five days, with gradual improvement over the following one to two weeks for a total course of two to three weeks. Some people experience morning crusting that continues for up to two weeks after the initial symptoms, although the daytime redness, irritation, and tearing should be much improved.
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