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The person who is under the age of 18 should not wear the contact lenses because their eyeballs are immature. And they can not clean the contact lenses well and insert and take off well so that they would hurt their eyes. If they have to wear them, please choose the one of parabolic type or days of parabolic type. The shorter they wear the contact lenses, the healthier their eyes are.
I think it is safe to wear this kind of glasses. Many people who don't have any vision problems will wear plano sunglasses to protect their eyes from the harmful UV rays. Maybe this kind of glasses is similar to the sunglasses lenses that they are available for people who don't have any vision problems.
You may feel blurry and be afraid of glare.But it is normal.You will be asked to have a recheck the next day to see how your eyes recover.
Well, so sorry to hear that some parts of your eyes are turning yellow. Anyway, it is not very serious in the first place. However, it is not to be underestimated, because it could be a sign of some other problems, including your liver. A lot of problems could lead to yellow spots in the eyes. So, what you should do is to take a medical examination to see where went wrong before it is too late.
Actually, Cleaning titanium sunglasses is same to clean the normal eyeglasses. Wash the titanium frame with a mild liquid dish soap and warm water. Work the soap into a foaming lather, and gently rub it over the metal to remove any dirt, grease or grime. Rinse the frame with warm water and dry using a clean towel.
Well, generally speaking, it will take about three months for your eyes to recover from the squint surgery. And at this recovery period, you need to protect your eyes carefully, or it will hurt your eyes and also slow down the recovery process. For example, you should not have some heavy sports, for heavy sports will just increase your eye pressure, leading to some eye strain. In that way, your eyes can be affected. Also, do not let water and dirty objects getting into your eyes, or eye infection will occur. Anyway, just be careful about them.
First you will have an optometry. Then the doctor will have you read the chart on the wall. Finally the doctor will decide whether you are nearsighted or farsighted according to your prescription.
You may suffer from puffy morning eyes. Many factors could cause puffy eyes. You need to pay attention to your sleeping position, if you sleep without pillow or something to elevate your head, the fluid would storage underneath your eyes. Using pillow when you are sleep, the gravity can avoid the storage of fluid. Lack of sleep could also cause puffy eyes. If you don't get enough sleep during the night, the veins under your eyes would dilate and makes your eyes look puffy. What you ate or drink before you went sleep is another factor which can affect your eyes. Try not to drink alcohol and eat salty foods before you go to bed. You can wash your eyes with cold water; it can help to reduce your puffy eyes.
Subconjunctival hemorrhage is mainly caused by sneezing, coughing, straining, increasing the veins of the head, eye rubbing or inserting contact lenses, conjunctivitis, bleeding or inhibiting normal clotting caused by medical disorder and a severe eye infection. If you have hypertension or diabetes, you can easily get subconjunctival hemorrhage because of high blood sugar concentration or chronic elevated blood pressure which results in the fragility of blood vessel. And if you often take any anticoagulant medications like aspirin or warfarin or blood thinning herbs, you will easily have subconjunctial hemorrhage as well. You can take vitamin C and grape seed to strengthen your blood vessels and get rid of subconjunvtial hemorrhage. If the condition is getting worse, you should see ophthalmologist to ask for help.
Yes, it could that. Staring at the sun is extremely dangerous and it would cause permanent damage to the eyes. Just like the skin, the eye is an extremely sensitive area that could be burned by UV rays. The human eye restricts bright light naturally, but that process itself creates a focused stream of light pointed directly at the macula. The macula is the part of the eye in charge of the major portion of vision. This kind of intense exposure can literally create a burn on the surface of the eye causing the cells to blister and crack.
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