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I also love color contact lenses to make my eyes bigger and more sparking. Yet it is hard to tell what color is the most popular color. It is depending on what situation you need to wear the color contact lenses. For example, if you want to wear them for daily work, then I suggest you to choose some color which is similar to your pupil. My pupil is dark brown, so I choose brown color for daily wearing. The more the color is similar to your pupil, then the more natural the eyes look. If you mean to wear them to some party or ball, then I suggest you choose some bold colors, which you like. I love purple, grey, green colors. It depends on your own preference. Hope this helps.
Well, food allergies happen everywhere. But on the other hand, it is also very serious and dangerous to have this situation. Generally speaking, when you get food allergies, it is possible for your body to react to it. For example, it can lead to black circles under eyes. Also it can cause red eyes, watery eyes, even puffy eyes. Besides, food allergies can cause havoc with your body, and signs and symptoms could be triggered by ingestion, inhalation. And the symptoms can range from a runny nose to hives, or could get as serious as difficulty with breathing. So when you have food allergies, you should go and see a doctor as soon as possible.
Yes, the corneal abrasion which is the scratch in the surface of the corneal will heal by itself. However, in order to let you get recovery soon, you could go to see the doctor to have some medicine with anti-inflammation role. Thus, you could get recovery soon. During this time, you'd better not use your eyes too much time.
It is normal for every one. The drainage system of your tears is called punctum. You have four puntums for each of your four eyelids which connect your tear gland to your nasal cavity.Tears often are produced to lubricate your eyes and will be drained out by punctums after that. When a normal person yawns, his glands and punctums are stretched. The closing of punctum causes your tears to overflow and run down your face. In other words, those tears already exist before you yawn, yawning is like squeezing those tears out of your punctums. Nothing to worry about, you can't be more normal.
As a patient with pink eyes, I think you should know that you'd better avoid heat to relieve the discomfort(such as tearing). Although there's no direct link between smoking and your eye problem, I have to warn you it does harm to the condition. First of all, smoking can barrier the vitamins intaking which is very important in corneal epithelium recovering. Also the smog from the smoking can carry some unknown bacterias that may lead to inflammation in your eyes which will make things worse. What's more, as the smog can hurt our crystalline lens, that's why smokers are easier to get cataract than nonsmokers. Hope that will help you.
Well, yes, bilberries are very famous all over the world. And first, you need to know that this fruit has been used to treat a myriad of illnesses, such as scurvy, urinary tract infections and digestive problems. What is more, it has amazing ability to protect and enhance eye vision. For example, there is some evidence which have shown that the consumption of bilberries can improve daytime and nighttime vision, for bilberries boost the production of a pigment that helps the eyes to adapt to lighting changes. Also, it prevents or helps particular eye conditions. Besides, bilberry does improve vision in patients who have glaucoma, cataracts and age-related macular degeneration. Anyway, it can be very beneficial for your eyes.
Well, it all depends. Sometimes in some stores, if you go there to buy contact lenses, they will provide you with professional eye test totally free of charge, but there are also some stores that charge you for getting eye test. However, generally speaking, the fare for eye test would no be very high, sometimes you just have to make a small budget of 10 to 20 dollars and that will be enough for you to go through a professional eye test. And at Sears, the fare would not be much higher since the cost is pretty low.
Yes, it is possible for you to get spiscleritis because of stress. When you are under great stress, you will have the weak immune system which will easily get the invisible bacterium in your eyes. That is the main cause for you to get spiscleritis. You'd better use the eye drops with anti-inflammation to remove the spiscleritis. You could also use the warm compress to make the eyes feel comfortable.
My eyeball hurts and is slightly irritated and strained.
Yes, it has been reported that some patients feel headache because of his keratoconus. When people suffer from keratoconus, they don't know or don't pay enough attention to have their vision corrected with eyewear. In order the see clearly, they tend to strain and crane their head, and squint. As a result, they end up afflicted by headache which is caused by consistent straining and intense tension. The side effects of keratoconus include: 1.Blurry vision -The patient may be unable to focus without prescription glasses or content lenses. 2.Poor night vision.-The patient's eyesight gets worse at nights. 3.Impaired visual acuity. Patients have lower visual acuity than normal people. 4.Photophobia in some cases- The patient may be sensitive to light. 5.Itchiness and eye strain. The patient may keep squinting for a long time leading to eye stress.
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