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Miwa Wayne N OD

Miwa Wayne N OD

(808) 486-8484

Category: Eye Doctor

98-030 Hekaha St Ste 11,
Aiea, HI 96701

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  • Blurryed vision can be caused by wear uncorrect lenses, also it can follow you by eye problems, such as glaucoma, cataracts, allergies eyes and dry eyes. Sometimes blurred vision also due to diabetes, stress and depression. Every one has two kidneys, which located on either side of your spine in the middle of our back, just above the waist.Kidneys play an important role in our body because it help with keeping water balance in our body and removing waste from our body. Actually, kidneys problems can cause diabetes, high blood pressure, inflammation and severe infections. However, these disorders and problems are easy to cause eye problems, especially vision, such as double vision, blurry vision, even blindness. To sum up, kidnesy can cause vision problems in directly.

  • First I suggest that you should take enough vegetable and fruit in your daily life. As for vitamins, Vitamin A should be your first choose because it is good for vision and bone development. Vitamin C also should be taken into account as it is an anti-oxidational kind which can make you eyes feel soft and wet. So here I just point out two kinds of vitamins for you reference, and I strong propose that you can take enough water every day.

  • Go to any optical store at your local place where you can get your prescription tinted glasses. The optician will give you an eye exam to know your prescription. After that you can choose the style of the frame and the color that you want to tint. Then you will get your prescription tinted glasses the same day.

  • The optician may make it by error,go back to his place for confirmation.

  • Yes, but not so much as most people would notice. Pupil dilation where the pupils,the dark portion at the center of the eyes, get bigger occurs naturally in low light, so that more light can reach the retina at the back of the eye. Alcohol artificially dilates the pupils consistent with the amount of alcohol in the person's bloodstream. Other recreational drugs, such as marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine and LSD cause more profound dilation, so much that pupil dilation is a valuable diagnostic indicator of intoxication with these drugs.

  • Hi I've been looking around for some high quality D&G sunglasses for our coming summer, and found that this shop is running a big promotion, see: https://www.brandsunglasswholesale.com. Got myself a nice pair at a really good price. Free P P too which makes it even better.

  • Well, actually, according to some of their information about them, I can see that they are not well developed and seems to be struggling. So, it remains a question whether their sunglasses are of great quality, however, by wearing sunglasses simply would do no harm to our eyes. Maybe their quality is a problem. So, you might as well try some other sunglasses.

  • Yes, the cold weather will cause your dry eyes. You may feel dry at the skin, too because of the large consumption of the fat inside the body. In addition, you should eat more food with vitamin C to moisture the eyes. You should drink more water to keep the balance of the temperature in the whole body.

  • While the exact cause of some cataracts found in both eyes (bilateral cataracts) is unknown, many are hereditary. Bilateral cataracts have also been associated with a number of genetic disorders, so testing should be considered.Cataracts can be present at birth (congenital) or can develop later in life. It has been estimated that one in every 250 children will develop a cataract either prior to birth or during childhood.Cataracts found in only one eye (unilateral cataract) are usually not associated with a particular disease. Trauma is another cause of unilateral cataract.