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Personally I think definitely the natural brows or the lightly penciled ones. While I love a fresh-looking bold brow, I think it competes a little too much with the frames.
Yeah, of course. You need to consult your eye doctor and get your eyes measured before you get your colored contact lenses. Because different people need the contact lenses with different size. Moreover, you also need to know how to protect your eyes when wearing color contact lenses. Hope this helpful
Yes, sarcoidosis may lead to some eye problems. It is really true. Sarcoidosis is a systemic inflammatory cells formed island disease which is caused by the micro cells called granulomas. Granuloma in lung lymph nodes in the eyes and skin are especially common in the liver. Some nodules patients are without any symptoms. Some patients just have weak feeling fatigue and some patients with nonspecific symptoms, such as calorific inappetence night sweats joint pain or muscle pain because of the disease in different people involvement of different parts. So its symptoms are greatly different in patients with non-specific symptoms and see a doctor which is more than 90% of the lung which has a problem starting symptoms which is usually a dry cough and shortness of breath and wheezing chest pain may arise. The sarcoidosis will affect the eyes. You may have these eye symptoms, including redness, sore eyes and light eyes allergy. You need to have the good rest and good diet to protect the eyes.
Angular sunglasses are suitable for a round face. So you can look for wider frames with quare or rectangular styles. Sunglasses with brow bars can also fit your face fine. And If you have a large face, you should avoid tiny sunglasses.
Peripheral vision is a part of vision that occurs outside the very center of gaze. There is a broad set of non-central points in the field of view that is included in the notion of peripheral vision. "Far peripheral" vision exists at the edges of the field of view, "mid-peripheral" vision exists in the middle of the field of view, and "near-peripheral", sometimes referred to as "para-central" vision, exists adjacent to the center of gaze.
It is possible to get dilated pupils because of fear. It is characterized by the changes in the size of the pupil. As a naturally induced cause, fear can be the source of dilated pupils. Although dilated pupil is not a serious health problem, you must diagnose and treat it promptly to ascertain the underlying causes and prevent developing other problems.
Astigmatism refers to an abnormal, elliptical shaping of the front surface of the human eye, or cornea. As a matter of fact, Astigmatism occurs in nearly everybody, the only difference is the degree of asigmatism's symptom varies from person to person. For this kind of people, when light enters the eye it is refracted more in one direction than the other, allowing only part of the object to be in focus at one time. Objects at any distance can appear blurry and wavy. As for your situation, the astigmatism hardly cure by itself, but there is a opportunity to be reversed if you try to wear RGP, which means Rigid Gas Permeable Contact Lens, for the sake of correcting defects of vision. Besides, a minor operation also helps.
Well, of course yes, flying can lead to high eye pressure because of the gravity. Maybe you feel strange about it, but it actually occurs. First, you should know that when you take the fly, there will have gravity, and it can give you a kind of pressure on your eyes, when it takes off. In that way, high eye pressure will occur to your eyes. And eye strain can be another one. And for some people whose eyes are sensitive, it is very normal to have red eyes or headache when they have flying, because of the high eye pressure. Especially for some people who have taken some eye surgery, it can be dangerous to take a plane. So just be careful about it.
Well, so sorry to hear that you have some problems. But take it easy, because that does not prevent you from wearing a pair of nice-looking sunglasses. Actually, you should consult an eye doctor and follow his instructions. The professional would give you right information. But generally speaking, keratoconus could be quite compatible with sunglasses, they do not contradict.
Yes, viral conjunctivitis (pink-eye) is very common and is extremely contagious. Avoid touching eyes with your hands, wash hands frequently, do not share towels, and avoid work, school or daycare activities for a least five days or as long as discharge is present.
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