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Eye floaters are really terrible. When you look at something bright, they are so easy to be seen. And if they are much bigger than ever, you may get vision loss gradually and see something unclear. What's worse, eye floaters are related with so many eye problems and eye disorders, such as black eyes and pink eyes are the basic factors to cause eye floaters, retinal disorders is also bad for eye floaters. Then the way to heal eye floaters must be taken. As we all known, magnesium helps with bones building and energy supplying, which is an important nutrient for your body. But medications, magnesium and other nutrients will not help floaters. Doctors sometimes may suggest leave floaters alone in your eyes to wait for leaving by them. However, big floaters don't so. So do not take any magnesium or herbs or other nutrients without discussing the potential benefits and risks with your doctor. Plus, livestrong.com is a great website that offers much information about eye problems and eye health.
You can't really. At least not in any meaningful way, that is, in a way that will make them last. I work in optical retail and get that question asked twice a day. Glue will not hold and might damage the lenses. Some stores might offer to repair them using a stapler type clip, but again, it doesn't last. Time for new glasses.
NO,you can't use reading glasses to watch TV. Reading glasses are prescribed to correct near vision(the distance is about 10 inches). You need to get a separate pair of prescription glasses for distant view.
Surely you can.The prescription for bifocal or single vision glasses are same.But if you want to get contacts,you need a different one.
Yes, ice will reduce the itches of your eyes. You need to put the ice in the clean bag and then put it to cover on your eyes. You may feel the great comfort after the cover for about ten minutes. Then you could just put the melting ice in the bag in the refrigerator and you could use it the next time. In order to help you with your itchy eyes, you could also use some eyes drops to release it.
Ok glasses just like anything else cannot take away from your natural beauty. Just do your hair and make up every day and you will look just as pretty.
Personally, I don't think so. If you are wearing a heavy-colored clothing, will you still wear a pair of dark-colored sunglass to match your outfit? I suggest you'd better not. Because it would really make you look boring, or even dull. On the contrary, you can wear a pair of bright-colored sunglass to create a mixed dressing style and make yourself look younger and more energetic. Therefore, your sunglasses don't have to match your outfit. You can have your own dressing style.
Regarding to your problem, polycarbonate material eyeglasses are meet your demand. It is light and will not press your face or nose. Moreover, it is impact resistant. Hope this helpful.
It is the large frame sunglasses that elin woods often wear. If you like such style, you could search the similar type online. And the online price is suitable which will make you get satisfaction. You could go to the ebay or amazon to find one because the design, brand and quality are good there.
Well, it is hard to say that after the surgery, your vision can be restored. There is no guarantee about that. It all depends on the situation. For example, if the macula, which is the part of the retina responsible for central vision, is detached, the outcome can be uncertain. Anyway, many factors come into play including how long the retina and macula have been detached. But on the other hand, your vision can be ok, if your situation is good. So it is important for you to be careful after the surgery, for your eyes are sensitive and fragile. For example, you should avoid eye injuries by wearing a protective shield at night and with naps until you are advised by your doctor. Also, you should remember not sleep on the side of the operated eye for the first night. And do not take a flight after the surgery.
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