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Yes, reading on bus is bad for your eyes. With the moving of the bus, you will follow to move. And your eyes will not focus on the words in the books which may affect your eye sight. If you do this often, you may get short sighted. Or your original prescription may be increased. Youâ€™d better not do this.
If you have sore eyes, you shall avoid some spicy food or stimulating food which may make your sore eyes more serious. In details, onions, radishes, lentils, anything organic are what you should avoid. Besides perogis, popcorn, chewing gum (sugar free) and snakes are not recommended to eat for the sake of your sore eyes.
You can go to Lenscrafters. They can adjust the lens according to your prescriptions. And the prices will be much cheaper than the sunglasses of famous brands. Besides, they also do free eye check up. So this can save you a lot of money. Hope this helped! Good luck!
Yes, pink eye can cause eye skin rash. Pink eye is caused by bacterial or viral infection in conjunctiva. If the infection gets serious enough, it affects the skin around eyes and causes itchiness, discomfort and bumps or blisters. As a result, you are getting eye skin rashes. The other symptoms of eye rashes are redness, itchiness, burning sensation and sore.
Yes, it could cause that. A swelling eye means the eye seems like puffy that can be caused by different reasons. One common reason for causing it is allergy. Both inside and outside allergies can cause the eyes to swell, especially rubbing your eyes after touching other objects without washing hands. There is a highly possibility for the invisible bacteria and virus can enter your eyes via this way. Although this kind of eye allergy is not contagious, but the bacteria or virus is easily spread. Hence, you should avoid rubbing or touching your eyes if your hands are unclean.
In order for a pair of eyeglasses to be perfect for you, the optometrist or ophthalmologist must measure a few things truly vital for your eyes, and I name them now even if they are particularly technical terms,Diopters, Pupilary distance,Pupil height,Left-right eye asymmetry. It takes all this for tailoring the eyeglasses to your eyes and only for your eyes! If any of these characteristics is wrong, you will not have a clear vision. Using such wrong reading eyeglasses, these mean headaches, blurry vision or tearing if you use them for a longer time, even half hour. The worst part is that your eyes will get tired more quickly than with prescription eyeglasses. So your diopters will grow faster in time.
Of course there are bifocal contacts.I think your doctor are too ignorant.You can get them from other optical stores.
You can try on those resplendent big sunglasses to see whether they're suitable for you or not. Short hair can be pretty cool if you wear some characteristic sunglasses, otherwise it'll seem really plain. However, never classify yourself in a certain category, because you'll miss lots of surprise if so. Choose different sunglasses to match your makeup and your clothes. By the way, a pair of classic sunglasses is always needed. For short hair, most of the celebrated brands provide classic sunglasses.
Well, It is really hard to tell. Different doctors will do different things. Doctors in my community will certainly not charge me and other customers because common sense goes that to fix your problem and continue their after-sales service is their born obligation. Go and talk to them, but remember to be smart and speak wise words.
Any frame shape will fit a long oval face, like aviator, oval, and square. I think the best frames that will balance out your face are those that are at least as wide as the widest part of your face. Hope this can help you.
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