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Fashion Optique

Fashion Optique

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Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

710 Commonwealth Ave
Boston, MA

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  • Yes. Of course. In fact, polarized sunglasses are more protective than common sunglasses, compared common sunglasses for UV protection and reducing strong light, polarized sunglasses can also filter glares. So, you don't worry that. If you need shield your eyes in summer, polarized sunglasses are really good choices.

  • Well,in our whole life,we more or less will get some kinds of eye diseases such as an eye infection, an eye inflammation or some other kind of eye diseases.Personally,what I usually get is glaucoma,astigmatism and so on.First of all,u need to have a good mind.U should know that it is really very common that u will get some kinds of eye diseases in ur life and u just treat them in a right manner.Anyway,if u really feel very uncomfortable,I suggest u to see an eye doctor.

  • You can buy it online.I have seen many girls wear that for beauty.They are suitable for both children and adults.

  • There are so many reasons that can cause burning eyes in the morning. For example, you are excessive use of your eyes last night or lack of sleep and rest. Besides, it may caused by some eye diseases such as pink eyes and allergy etc. So, take care of your eyes and get your eyes checked by eye doctor so as to get the right way to treat your burning eyes.

  • Well, it seems that your eyes are not in good conditions. So, as far as I know, the most common symptoms of an eye inflammation consists of the following, such as watery eyes, itchy feelings, red eyes, bloodshot eyes, as well as excessive eye discharge. Anyway, as long as you have these symptoms in the same time, you are probably having an eye inflammation. Good luck.

  • Infection, especially bacteria and virus infection is the most commonly reason for pink eye. Take easy that pink eye is so common that your son can be fine in 4-7 days without any medical treatment. But you also need to take some measures to control it. First of all, do not let your son stay in the open air, or further eye infection may happen. Second, apply warm washcloth to clean the corner of eyes. Third, drink some eye bright tea, which is an herb, belongs to the Figwort family, contains abundant nutritional and herbal ingredients. Blepharitis, conjunctivitis, cataracts, stye, weeping eye, and bloodshot or strained eyes all can benefit from it.

  • That will depend on your own country. Different country have different rules on this issue. In a word, as long as your vision is correctable to 20/20 or better and you meet all other requirements that are needed, you would be qualified.

  • Tight neck muscles cause eye floaters. I am suffering from cervical spondylosis and have been experiencing eye floaters for the last 6 months. I have seen one exercise in web but dont know how to perform it.Try this
    "Put your hands alongside your head so your thumbs are on the front of the muscle under your ear and your fingers are on the back of the muscle behind your neck. Squeeze your thumb and fingers together and hold. Relax your body. When your fingers and thumb touch, about two minutes, slowly lower your head as far as you can, release the pressure but hold your neck lowered for another 30 seconds"

  • Hey, guy, if your eyes are too dry. They may be hurting. At this moment you need some artificial tears to lubricate them. If you got some inflammation in your eyes, you can place a cold towel across your closed eyes for few minutes, you can do this several times a day. This can take down the inflammation of your eyes. You can use eye drops too but consult the eye doctor before using them.

  • Yes it does. As a matter of fact the darker your eye color the better off your peripheral vision this is because when your eye is darker the pupil opens wider allowing more light to come in and in turn the wider the range of your peripheral vision. But the lighter your eye color the smaller the pupil to allow light to penetrate and the smaller the range of your peripheral vision.