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Personally I think that the eye clor will not change if a person go blind. The color of you eye is the color of your iris as seen through the cornea. The change in your eye color is either cause by a change in the color of the iris or the clarity of the cornea. Perception of eye color is often variable with the observer. Some might call one pair of eyes green and another may say hazel or blue. Rarely external factors such is the color of the light in the room can confuse patients that their eye color is changed.The cornea is a clear dome over the front of the eye that is usually quite clear as a youth. With aging or high blood lipid levels its clarity may change causing a cloudy appearance that the patient or observer may call "gray." Hence a brown or blue eye may turn gray. A scarred or swollen cornea also has a gray appearance. The color of the iris behind an abnormal cornea is not changed.Iris color rarely changes. Iris inflammation, atrophy, tumors, abnormal blood vessels or surgery can change the iris appearance. Some glaucoma drops can change iris color. Anytime the appearance of an eye changes, it should be examined by an eye doctor. It is always better to be safe.
Snow blindness means the bright sunlight are reflected from snow can cause a temporary eye disorder normally, which would be recovery within one day. However, people who have snow blindness would have problem with identify colors and see everything in red for a long period. It's not easy for you to realize the snow blindness when you have it. But your cornea and conjunctiva become burnt and eyes appear bloodshot, even the tears would be increased. And you would feel foreign objects in your eyes with pain.
I have to say, there is a absolutely connection between them, one of my friend got blepharitis few weeks ago, then she went to the hospital, the doctor told her it's the eyelash extensions she used cause this infection. Most importantly, it's the steps she took are not right then make the eyes get infection. Then my friend came back, and then went to beauty center directly to ask for suggestion. She now does that in right order and right method without any touch of eyes
Well, yes, breast milk can be helpful for blocked tear duct. And first, you should know that blocked tear duct is a result of an improperly formed tear duct that obstructs the tear drainage system. According to some researches, when the duct cannot drain the tears, they have nowhere to go and may collect in the eye and cause irritation. So it can be dangerous. Breast milk is often recommended by pediatricians as a treatment for babies with blocked tear ducts. In that way, it can just relieve the symptoms and lead to recovery. So you can have a try.
I think it depends on how about the quality of your glasses, you also can change the frames when you don%u2019t like the style anytime. Or go to the glasses store to do an eye exam and listen to some professional advices of your eye doctor.
At the back of the eye on the retina, there are two types of photoreceptors (cells which detect light). Cones deal with colour and fine detail and act in bright light, while rods deal with vision in low-light situations. In the first few minutes of moving into a dark room, cones are responsible for vision but provide a poor picture. Once the rods become more active (they are initially slow to react), they take over and create a much better picture in poor light. Once you move back into light, the rods are reset and so dark-adaption will take a few moments again.
I do not know your details clearly, but I know one common medical sense that our eye balls keep shaking in a fast speed when we are sleeping. In that way, we may guess that you are probably not awake physiologically. I just want to know if you have an abnormal living clock, because, sometime your body just can not adjust itself to adapt your new clock timely. My advice is to have a relative normal clock and pay more attention to your eyes (including regular test and care about the new symptoms) to decide whether it is necessary to see your doctor.
I have heard that eyeglasses designed to help people with colorblindness. You just use a tinted lens in one of your eyes, usually in your non dominant eye, and that%u2019s it. In this case both eyes actually see different colors and because of that the brain can extract some other information out of certain colors. You can also use two different tints in each of your eyes. This depends very much on ones personal impression. But I am not sure where you can buy it. Maybe you can search them on Ebay. source: https://www.colblindor.com/2008/03/29/improving-color-vision-with-lenses-for-the-colorblind/
Your involuntary rolling of the eyes may be caused by the infected eyes from the invisible bacterium. You should stop doing it because it may let your eyes get infection seriously. Your eyes will get red. You could use the eyes drops with anti-inflammation to stop the itchy of the eyes. You could also use the warm compress to make your eyes feel comfortable.
The walmart is such a big store where must contains the classic aviator sunglasses. However, I don't know whether they are sold out. As you know, a lot of people tend to buy eyeglasses from Walmart because of the good quality and cheap price. If you are in a hurry, you should go to the webstore of walmart. Just entering into the keywords you can find the resultã€‚ And that is the quickest way for you to know and buy it.
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