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Grand Spectacle Inc

Grand Spectacle Inc

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Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

769 Grand Ave
Saint Paul, MN

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  • Do you suffer it for a long period or does it just occur this morning making your feel a slight hurt? If it is the latter, don't worry, it might just result from your incorrect sleeping position, which pushed on your spine. Generally, cervical spine problems can also lead to referred pain to the ocular area, but it usually is not so intermittent. Relatively, blepharitis can cause eye dryness. You can try to use a cotton ball with some warm water to scrub your eyes, as well a wash cloth. But when it gets worse, or it occurred after sinus congestion or some allergies, you need head to your optometrist to see if you get a recurrent erosion syndrome. Rest your eyes and wait a while to see if it gets better.

  • Of course, it is not normal to have double vision after the swimming. During the swimming, you'd better wear the swimming goggles to protect your eyes from the bacterium infection. If you don't wear it, you'd better wash your eyes after the swimming. However, the double vision may be caused by the immense increase eye pressures. Thus, you'd better go to see the doctor and have the check.

  • The best way to treat photophobia is to address the underlying cause. In most cases, if you treat the underlying cause, the sensitivity levels decrease and the photophobia disappears. If the photophobia is due to medications, talking with your prescribing doctor about changing medications could help.Another solution is to reduce the amount of light that enters the eyes. Dimming or turning off indoor lights, closing window curtains, and wearing sunglasses with polarized lenses are all things you can do at home to help your situation. A prosthetic contact lens that mimics the color of your eye can also be used. In some cases, avoiding bright light situations altogether could be the only solution. Inform your eye doctor about any issues you may have, including sensitivity to light, even if you believe your case is mild. So wearing dark glasses will not cause long term damage.

  • On average, a person blinks his eyes 16 times per minute, about 15,000 times a day. Blinking is a voluntary eye action. It can protect the eyes from external irritants as well as keep the eyes moist and lubricate. But you need to be on the alert if you blink more times than the average count because under such circumstances, it indicates that your eyes are intruded by dust, eye makeup, allergens or contact lenses or sometimes it can be a sign of poor vision, blurred vision, blind spots, floaters or other eye disease. For example, those who suffer from dry eyes are prone to blink eyes more. By the way, you will find it interesting that most people blink more frequently if they lie or they are seized with the feeling like fear, anxiety or worry.

  • Well, generally speaking, you should know that an eye cold is a type of acute viral infection. And it occurs in many people. So we can say that it can be very normal to have eye cold for many people. For the symptoms, in common, when getting it, your eyes will have redness, itching, and tearing. According to some experts, eye cold is usually accompanied with respiratory and sinus problems. For the treatments, you can have a warm or cold compress to your eye. In that way, it can help alleviate redness and swelling. Anyway, just be careful about it.

  • Actually there are few people who cannot wear contact lenses. That's because they are having sensitivities to wearing lenses, or they are allergic to the disinfecting solution or the contact lenses themselves. So when you decide to wear contact lenses, go to see a doctor first and do eye exam. If you wear contact lenses without your eye's diameter and curvature measuring, you may have increased irritation in your eyes, then a set of eye problems will follow you for a long time in the future.

  • Go to any eye store and they will straighten them free. If you try you could damage or break them. Let the experts do it.

  • After you get the cataract surgery, there are many things you should take care of. You should not drink or smoke which will stimulate your eye nerves and cause the side effects on the eyes. You should better eat the light food, with no spicy food. In addition, you should not use the eyes for too much time. You need to have a good rest for the eyes to get recovery at the vision. At the first days after the cataract surgery, you need to close your eyes which will to some degree make you get the recovery. Then you should not use the computer or watch tv for a long time which will make your vision develop at bad situation.

  • No, certainly not. You must not have any excitant things such as weed, alcohol, spicy food. The first month after the lasik surgery is the most important time and you should be careful to take care of your eyes. The main points are as follows. Don't do any strenuous exercise or rub your eyes. Avoid dirty water or shampoo splash into your eyes. Not to swim in the flowing half a year. You should wear sunglasses when you go out by day. In addition, remember to use eye drops according to your doctor's orders and don't forget to go to the hospital to review regularly.

  • Nope, you could not use polarized sunglasses to watch 3D movies. Because polarized sunglasses are designed to reduce the glare from bright surface, like water, snow. They are highly useful for sports, driving to see more clearly to aviod potential danger. There is no any glare when you are watching 3D movie in a dark room. Hence, you could not see any 3D image from your sunglasses. However, some 3D movies also utilize polarizing glasses. Usually one lens is horizontally polarized and the other one is vertically polarized, so that each eye sees a slightly different version of the movie screen.