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Seeing is complicated. It includes recognizing detail, distinguishing objects from their background (contrast sensitivity), having a full field of view, managing glare, and processing the visual message. Eye diseases may affect each of these differently for different people. To maximize your vision, each problem needs to be addressed for each task you want to do, and this takes time, training, and practice.
No. Plastic glasses won't do harm to your eyes. Plastic glasses also have nose pads which won't make your glasses too close from your eyes.
Yes, actually transition glasses are also known as photochmic lenses. The feature of this kind of lenses is that they can turn dark under the sunshine and turn into the original color when in room. That because the glasses are made of special lenses with special materials that can react to the UV rays so that to appear dark lenses. While the bifocal lenses are made to help people with near vision problems and distance vision problems. They are made with different lenses. So far, i didn't heard that any eyeglasses shop can provide lenses that conbine transition lenses and bifocal lenses.
If you have the problems in looking clearly at the near books, the reading glasses are very necessary for you. If not, you could not wear it which may increase your eyes strain. The reading glasses are ready for those old people with problems at seeing the near things. When they read the newspapers or books, the reading glasses could help them get the clear vision. At the same time, the reading glasses with radiation protection will make the eyes feel comfortable under the lights.
Well, I can not say it will cause retinal detachment when you have the bungee jumping. In my opinion, if you have health eyes and your vision is good, maybe there is no problem for you to have the bungee jumping. But on the other hand, it you are a near-sighted person who has worn glasses for a long time, you are not supposed to have bungee jumping because it's easy to cause retinal detachment. When you have the bungee jumping, the gravity will play a great effect on your situation. So you should pay more attention to it. If necessary, you can go and take an eye test and make sure you are suitable to have bungee jumping.
So many reasons can cause dry eyes, even dry air, winding or other environmental conditions can cause dry eyes. Others such as menopause, disease which affect tear film can also lead to dry eyes. As far as I am concerned, using too much computer or other electronic products will also have this problem. If your condition is not serious, I suggest you try artifical tear drops. And buy a humidifier, which can make air around you more moist. And have a rest every one hour to relax your eyes. If your condition is serious, you may take a surgery.
Well, generally speaking, diabetes can just lead to some eye problems, including poor vision. Generally speaking, diabetes will carry a higher risk for glaucoma, cataracts and retinopathy because of the damage to the blood vessels that support the eye. Also, poor eye sight can be possible, when high blood sugar levels because of diabetes cause the lens of the eye to enlarge. And then, the changed shape of the lens leads to blurred vision. By the way, you should know that pressure and swelling resulting from diabetes can cause permanent damage to the eye. According to some researches, people with diabetes are 40 percent more likely to have glaucoma and 60 percent more likely to develop cataracts. Anyway, just be careful about it.
You can choose contact lenses with transparent color which is less noticeable.
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