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Norden, Jeffrey P, Od - Exeter Eye Assoc

Norden, Jeffrey P, Od - Exeter Eye Assoc

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699 Boylston St,
Boston, MA 02116

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  • Presbyopia is quite different from your myopia despite they are both vision problems, but their impacts on your eyes could be different, such as the causes, the effects, the reasons ,of course the treatment,etc. So, it is ot a combination of myopia and hypermetropia. If you are not sure what your problem is , you need to take an eye exam.

  • You should be careful that your headache may be an omen of migraine. Migraine can easily cause complications such as hurting eyes. You should pay attention not to catch a cold. You should have adequate rest and sleep, and do not get over-fatigue. Apply some eye drops or oculentum to your eyes to reduce the pain in your eyes. Besides, eat more vegetables and fruits to supplement more vitamines and minerals to your eyes. Do some moderate sports to enhance your body immunity.

  • Astigmatism can be cause by genetic factor,you need to have an exam to make sure if you have astigmatism.Blurry vision can be caused by overusing your eyes. Try to close your eyes for seconds and do some eye exercise.

  • As far as i know, subconjunctival hemorrhage are also known as hyposphagma. It is not contagious. In fact, subconjunctival hemorrhage is bleeding underneath the conjunctiva. And conjunctiva contains many small, fragile blood vessels that are easily ruptured or broken. It sounds really terrible. If you suffers subconjunctival hemorrhage, you'd better see a doctor. Best wishes.

  • Yes, it is possible to get pink eyes from a pool. In some cases, people get pink eyes after swimming in the pool, which is in fact caused acute conjunctivitis by bacteria or viruses. If a patient withe conjunctivitis goes to swim in the pool, he can not only infected others in the pool with conjunctivitia, but also lead to repeated infection. This is because that there are large amounts of bacteria or viruses in the eye secretion of the patient with conjunctivitis, and everything the patient touches will be infected with these causative agents. Then if a normal person touches these things, he or she will get infected, too, and the eyes will soon get red. Therefore, patients with pink eyes should not be allowed to enter into those public places sucn as the swimming pool, and the normal swimmers in the pool had better wear swimming goggles to prevent from infections. On the other hand, do not share your washbasin or towels with other people in case of getting infected. All the things that the patients have touched should be scalded to cut off the routes og transmission. If you get infected with pink eyes by accident, you should go to the doctor's for treatment, and do not rub your eyes with hands in case that the bacteria get into the eyeballs to aggravate the infection.

  • It depends on your habits use for the spectacle. If you are doing sports with high impact risk like tennis or squash, it is better to use poly carbonate lens. The reason is because poly carbonate have high impact resistance. If the spectacle is for everyday use like reading or attending classes, I would recommend plastic lens.

  • Ok, sounds like you are upset about how you feel right now. Anyway, from what I know, it is absolutely normal for you to get burning eyes, which is one of the symptoms of sleep deprivation. As you can see, when our eyes don't get enough rest, they tend to get strained, and stressed, thus, burning eyes, red eyes would arise. Now you must know what to do right? Also, try to pay attention to what you eat and quit some bad habits.

  • Yes, chamomile tea is good for eyes and it can help your infected eyes, you can use it to treat your eye infection. Actually drinking Chamomile tea daily is good for your health. Such as skin, hair and eyes. Many Europeans have already used chamomile tea to treat eye infections such as pink-eye and blocked tear-ducts. You can use a warm and wet bag of chamomile tea over your eyes, which will relieve your eye infection.

  • The eyes of a blind person may look similar as those of normal people with normal eyes. They just could not see things. However people getting blind by the accident may have the scars on the eyes or the damages on the eyes which may make them look horrible. People should protect the eyes carefully which are the important parts for the whole body.

  • That's a very good question.Firstly, you gotta be aware that Olympic swimmers are often well funded and they can just pay to get goggles especially designed for them to use. However, there is no need to make different goggles . Normal goggles are good enough to serve them. Maybe the only difference lies in the materials.