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Chicago Ophthalmology

Chicago Ophthalmology

773-935-2800

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

3000 N Halsted St Ste 501
Chicago, IL 60657-5194

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  • There is no doubt that doing eye excises are good to our eyes. And there are people who improve their vision after long time of persisting eye exercise. But it is really take times and need perseverance. Anyway, doing eye excises is a good way keep our eye health. One of the simple eye exercises is to use a pen and draw the letter E on a piece of paper. Exercisers are required to put the paper near the eye and try to concentrate firstly on the uppermost bar, and then on the lowest bar and finally the center bar. After that, place the paper a few feet away and repeat such a process until the E on the paper is invisible. After that, bring back the pen and start a new round of the above steps.

  • In some cases it is possible to cause corneal edema from dry eyes, especially in the case of dehydration. Dry eyes refers to the insufficient secretion of eye tears or the maldistribution of tears or the excessive evaporation of tears, which usually happens on the cornea and makes it unable for the tears to keep the wettability of the surface of the eyeballs. In general cases, corneal edema is caused by dehydration, bacteria infection, surgery injuries, high eye pressure, and so on. The dry eyes can affect the eyes in many ways. For example, the eyes will feel very dry and fatigue, itchy and foreigh body sensation, eyes burning, the eyelid tight and heavy, eye photophoby, temporary blurred vision, and so on. Sometimes the eyes are so dry that the basic tears are inadequate and on the contrary to stimulate the eyes to secrete tears, which usually leads to frequent tears. When the condition is very serious, the eyes will become red, get congestion and cornification, which will damage the vision. To prevent the dry eyes, people should pay attention to ensure adequate rest and sleep, the eye hygiene, and eat some more vegetables and fruits.

  • THAT WOULD BE VERY FUNNY IF YOU SIT IN FRONT OF YOUR COMPUTER WEARING SUNGLASSES!!!!!!

  • Yes. The color of your eyes can change from disease, age or trauma. We're all born with blue eyes. Genetics determines your eye color but there are other factors that affect eye color. The color of your eyes depends on how much of the pigment melanin is in the iris.

    I had a detached retina and had to undergo numerous eye surgeries causing severe eye trauma. Gradually over a 10 year period the iris in right eye changed from brown to blue. I mistakenly assumed my iris was still brown but looked blue because by my diseased cornea, but that was not the case. I recently underwent a cornea transplant and after the surgery the blue in my eye popped and became very obvious. Like the blue links on this page. The Iris was being hidden behind the cloudy cornea. My corea (numeros surgery = sever trauma) had been gradually turning white a fried egg. It wasn't as noticeable before the surgery but afterwards very much so. I now have one brown eye and one blue. So yes the color of your eyes can change I'm living proof.

  • Of course not, you are not supposed to wear contact lenses when you have scratched eyes. As we know that when you want to wear contact lenses, you have to open your eyes and apply the lens into your eyes. In other words, the lens directly touches with your eye ball. So when there is a scratch in your eyes, it can be hurt when you apply the contact lenses into it. Also, it can just make the bruise get injury again. And then the scratch can be infected by the bacteria which are brought by the contact lenses. And then it can make the situation worse. Maybe in some serious cases, it can just make your red, and having eye infection. and finally slow down the recovery of the scratch.

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  • When you lay down, your eyes will bear much pressure and cause tired eyes easily. You will also develop myopia in the long time. My sister now has to wear glasses because she often reads books laying down on the bed!

  • Ok, from what I can see, there must be something wrong with your eyes, because generally speaking, we would not cry without emotional fluctuations or yawning. I suspect that you have got blocked tear ducts, which results in endless tears shed down your cheeks. Just try to consult a doctor and figure out what to do with your problem. You should pay attention to your eye health in the future to prevent potential problems.

  • Computer glasses can help block computer reflections and filter glare. They can help protect our eyes. I don't have perfect vision. So I need to have an eye exam first. As to you, I suggest you to consult an optician first. Good luck!