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Johnson Jill B MD

Johnson Jill B MD

(320) 654-8353

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3701 12th St N
Saint Cloud, MN 56303

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  • Regarding to your problem, you can get your prescription sunglasses. Moreover, you also can get your normal prescription eyeglasses tinted as prescription sunglasses. Beside, you can get a clip-on prescription sunglasses. All these can be found at firmoo.com Hope this helpful.

  • Well, in my opinion, it is possible for your eyes to have tear running out. So you do not need to worry about it. On the other hand, for your watery eyes, it can be annoying and dangerous. First, you should know that watery eyes can be a sign of dry eyes. Generally speaking, tears are for lubrication and for keeping your eyes clean. And when your tear glands don't work in a wrong order, it may develop dry eye syndrome. At that moment, the tear glands react by producing large amounts of tears. And that can lead to some symptoms which just like you had. Also, in some cases, allergies and eye infection can also cause watery eyes too. So just check your situation as soon as possible.

  • You should firstly warm the snowboard goggles which will make it easy for you to get the lenses off the goggles. Then you could get the old lenses off with suitable strength. At last, you just change the new lenses in and make the surrounding line adjustable to the snowboard goggles. The process is so easy that you could have a try.

  • I have to warn you that contact lenses can also damage your eyes under certain circumstances. Therefore, it pays to understand how often you should wear them each day and how they affect your eye sight health. As I can see,it's really not a good idea for a 12 year old to wear contact lenses,because their eyes are not mature enough. You have to know,when contacts are worn every day of the week for extended periods of time (more than 16 hours a day) the eye can suffer from oxygen depletion as a result. Since contacts cling to the front of the eye, this pressure tends to cut off blood vessel circulation (and thus oxygen) in the cornea. Plus,new blood vessel formation---a process known as angiogenesis, according to the University College Dublin---is a direct result of the original blood vessels' inability to reach the cornea with oxygen. However, new vessels are not regulated like the original vessels in growth or function, which can severely affect the cornea and sight if not addressed medically---or if contacts are worn too long during the day and/or at night.

  • As far as i know, lyme disease won't cause eye floaters. Eye floaters often happen to people with vision problems. Themselves are harmless. They are just small moving spots in your field of vision. Some people may feel they are troublesome. But they won't hurt you. However, if you find the eye floaters increase quickly in a short time, you must be careful. Visit a doctor!. As for lyme disease is infection disease on your skin. It won't affect on your eyes. And lyme disease can be cured. Just consult your doctor!

  • To relieve computer eye strain, you'd better get a pair of computer glasses which are specially designed for computer use.

  • It is better not to drink any alcohol if you have glaucoma. We know that glaucoma is caused by increased pressure in eyes which will damage the optic nerves. Drinking alcohol is a stimulant just as caffeine, which will impact our contral nerve system and increase intraocular pressure. Normally glaucoma is chronic, and develop very slow. Doctor will require the patients to take eye examination on a regular basis to monitor the pressure in eyes and development of glaucoma. But if you drink alcohol, it will increase your eye pressure and cause more damages to your optic nerves and speed up the development of glaucoma. So if you are suffering from glaucoma, quit caffeine, smoking and drinking. Once it gets serious, you need to take a surgery to restore your vision otherwise you would be blind forever. Take good care of yourself.

  • Well, yes, lip balm can just help the growth of eyelashes. Generally speaking, there are many ways you can just have a try to make your eyelashes appear longer. For example, green tea helps in growing your eyelashes fuller and thicker. But on the other hand, lip balm can be used too. For example, you can just grab a lip balm or Chap Stick and apply it your lashes, going from the inner corner of your eye to the other end. And then just repeat same method to the other eye. It is better to apply this method in the evening and to leave it for the whole night so that the lip balm absorbs properly. Anyway, it can be effective.

  • No, you can't take the plane right now after you get the laser eye surgery which will be harmful for your eyes. You could wait for its full recovery which may take you about a month. Or else, your sudden increasing eye pressure may affect your recovery of the eyes after the eye surgery. You should have the good rest for the eyes and intake more nutritious food to keep the eyes moisture.

  • It doesn't hurt your eyes or damage your eyes it just may make your perception a little strange. My brain and eyes do not process 3D movies correctly so I will see two images on top of each for most of the 3D effects and they never really pop out at me.