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Sunglass Hut International

Sunglass Hut International

(320) 202-6535

Category: Optical Stores

4201 W Division St
Saint Cloud, MN 56301

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  • Temporary episodes of double vision can happen for many reasons, including drinking too much alcohol or being overly tired. This type of short-term double vision is usually not cause for worry.

  • The pinhole glasses, like your regular glasses, will make you see better while you are wearing them. i wear them on and off everyday and they work very well.

  • Colored contacts have no prescription, so it is ok to wear colored contacts under your prescription glasses. But I dout whether people can notice your eye color because the glasses may hide your contacts.

  • Yes, of course. It's no surprise that many old people prefer contact lenses over glasses for their active lifestyles. Once reach the mid-40s, presbyopia makes it difficult to focus on near objects. reading glasses is not the only option any more for people who want to read a menu or newspaper that require good vision. A number of contact lens options are available for you to consider. I don't know how old you are but it affects most people over 45 who wear glasses as a shock. I would like to inform you not forget to take them out at bedtime when you wear lenses. Just as simple as cleaning your teeth.

  • Yes, actually there are a lot of people in the world who can sleep with their eyes open. This is usually caused by facial nerves and droopy eyelids. In fact, this situation is also very similar to so called sleep walking. This happens mostly when you are out of conciousness. I once had such a friend who sleep like this and which really scared me a lot at that time. Do not take it as a kind of eye disease and also do not be freaking out when you see this. To be honest, this is quite normal.

  • Well, it seems that there is something wrong with your eyes. Actually, it would generate some side effects on your body if you go to tan for much too long. For example, your vision would be affected without a pair of quality sunglasses, and your skin would have some problems. Anyway, try not to do that again, and you could relieve your blurred vision by taking some rest and eye drops. If the situation looks bad, you gotta visit a doctor before it is too late.

  • Yes, glaucoma is a diseases causing optic damages. The optic nerve is a part of eyes that response for carrying visual information from the eyes to the brain. So, glaucoma is considered a serious eye disease because it causes some vision problems. Besides, people who suffered from glaucoma often experience pain in the eyes. And it is difficult to find glaucoma in early time. So, take a regular eye check is very important even if you think you have a heath eyes and perfect vision.

  • Oh, actually, your immediate priority is to use plenty of mild water with salt to thoroughly wash your eyes. Remember, do not try to rub your eyes because this would lead to a serious result. After washing, wait and see if the situation gets better, if not, you'd better go to the hospital or clinic in the neighborhood. Anyway, you gotta be careful not to make the same mistake anymore. Take it easy, it is not that serious.

  • To postpone presbyopia, you should form a good habit of living habit. Don't stay up late and overuse your eyes. Keep nutritious diet and take more food high in Vitanmin A and C. Doing eye exercise everyday would also help. Remember to have your eyes examined regularly.

  • Dear friend, what kind of foreign objects have you got in your eyes? If it is just an eyelash, don't worry, though it may be a little hurt while it will not do great damage to your eyes. You just need to wet your towel and wipe your eyes from the nose side to the temple side for several times gently then you can get it out. But if they are sand, I think you need to see an eye doctor immediately.