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If you get the swollen eyes, I suggest you to stay at home instead of going to school and have a treatment for the eyes. If it is not that serious, you could use the warm compress home remedy to treat your eyes. You could find the clean cloth and hot water to do this. It will be so workable and effective which you could have a try.
Ok, I can see that you are very concerned about your eye health, that is good. As far as I know, the damaged from computer screens is just temporary and limited, if you take some medical treatment, your eyes would be recovered in time. What I suggest is that you should try to make healthy use of your eyes and take breaks during business hours and get more rest.
Just like drunk, reading too much makes nerves feel fatigue. If the brain slow down, not only eyes can be affected, but also other parts of body. We often feel our brains cannot think any more after a long time working and reading. That's because brains need time to take oxygen and blood supplements. Then let brain have a good rest, or double vision, dizzy and headache begin to occur. If you always reading too much, you'll read more near and near. Then myopia follows you. When nerves that govern eye movements being hurt, eye strain and dry eyes occur naturally. However, these eye problems are the basic problems of other eye disorders, such as glaucoma, conjunctivitis and red eyes. So you must have a limitation of reading if you want to have healthy eyes. Plus, when you feel tired after reading, please close your eyes and have a good rest. You also can drink a cup of black tea which is good to recover eye sight, even you can apply cucumber slices to keep eyes fresh.
Eye floaters are the small moving spots which are noticeable when people looking at blackboard, blue sky or white paper. There are various conditions or diseases which could trigger eye floaters. The most common reason is age. As aging, the vitreous humor in eyes shrinks, and so do the millions of collagen fibers in it. These shreds like fibers build up and change the amount of light reaching to the retina. This is why people saw floaters. Other triggers include retinal tear, retinal detachment, migraine, eye tumor, eye injury or surgery, vitreous hemorrhage and diabetic retinopathy and so on. Although apple cider vinegar is indeed very good for human health, it can allaying tiredness, promoting decomposition of fatty and control weight, whitening skin, anti-aging, degrading cholesterol and boosting immunization. From its function, we can tell, to some extent, it might help reduce eye floaters. Any way eye floaters are not hazardous but just annoying. If you concentrate your attention on something else, you can't notice the floaters any more.
It is very difficult for adults to improve their eyesight. But if you are a child, you may improve your eyesight by doing some eye exercise or maintain the health of your eyes. The eyes of children are under development so they can get their eyesight improved by adapting some measures. You can consult your eye doctor for some good suggestions.
If you're going to buy regular non prescription sunglasses, I don't think you need to do it. However, if you need to order prescription sunglasses, you'd better see your eye doctor unless you take eye exam frequently.
Yeah. In cataract surgery, the lens inside your eye that has become cloudy is removed and replaced with an artificial lens to restore clear vision. Most modern cataract procedures involve the use of a high-frequency ultrasound device that breaks up the cloudy lens into small pieces, which are then gently removed from the eye with suction.After all remnants of the cloudy lens have been removed from your eye, the cataract surgeon inserts a clear intraocular lens, positioning it securely behind the iris and pupil, in the same location your natural lens occupied.
As you mentioned, botox caused the same symptom as you in many other people. Botox can really cause eye strain and some other eye problems. But eye strain has been reported by people with multiple sclerosis, glaucoma, high blood pressure, osteoporosis, depression. So don't have no other new botox at this time, and do not take any other medications for an interaction to occur. You should stop taking them, and have not had this pain since. Hope my suggestion can help you.
No, you had better not to wear contact lenses after the prk surgery. PRK is one of the first refractive surgeries, eliminates or reduces moderate myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism. And it is an elective and outpatient surgery. With a good surgical result, most patients do not need to use contact lenses or glasses for distance vision after the operation. The glasses are highly recommended if you have to wear them instead of contact lenses to see objects in a clear way. Because it is easy for you to bring invisible bacteria or virus into your eyes to cause eye infection and become worse condition. In this case, you should avoid any external affect to the recovery of the eyes.
Well, the easiest way you can do is to change what you wear. As our eye color can be changed with the light reflective and the light scattering frequency. Try some bright color shirts, particulary when you have a fair skin tone. As well as the makeup style. Relatively, you can take colored contact lenses into consideration, there are various kinds of lenses on the market with different colors, certainly your favourite purple. Besides, you can head to an eye office to see if they have some trial lenses, then you can see how they look like on you. Good luck.
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