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Ok, I can see you are worried about your eye problem, which gave you a lot of inconvenience. So, as you can see droopy eyelids could be resulted from a lot of causes, maybe they are inborn, maybe they could be given by aging. So, generally speaking, wearing contact lenses would not lead to droopy eyelids. However, since contact lenses have lots of side effects, you should wear less of them. I recommend that you try to consult a doctor and take consequent measures.
Yes, in most cases surgery can treat cataract successfully. More than 90% cataract patients after the surgery, their vision get improvement. In fact, if your condition is not serious, there is no necessary for surgery. You can wear eyeglasses like bifocals.
No, it is common to wear sunglasses in summer. In common, most of people think sunglasses are summer accessories and we needn't sunglasses in winter since there is no strong sunlight. However, we still need shield our eyes with sunglasses in winter. That because the UV rays in the sunshine still exist in the air. So, wearing sunglasses is still necessary in the winter.
Legally blind has nothing to do with the prescription numbers. Legally blind means that your best vision cannot be corrected with glasses or contact lenses any better than 20/200. A normal person with 20/20 vision can see objects clearly that is 200 feet away from him, while the legally blind person can only see the object clearly that is 20 feet away from him. A legally blind person can't see objects clearly that is very far or close.
Well, generally speaking, it is not a big deal to have Tabasco sauce in your eyes. So you do not need to worry about it too much. In my opinion, you can just have some pure water to wash the sauce out of your eyes. And just repeat it for more time. And then you can just have some cool tea bags under your eyes. In that way, it can just relieve your eyes from burning eyes. Of course, if you do not take care your eyes carefully, your eyes may suffer eye infection, leading to some eye symptoms. For example, red eyes, watery eyes, burning eyes can be possible. So just be careful about it.
Glaucoma will damage the optic nerve , which carries information from the eye to the brain, is in the back of the eye. There are three types of glaucoma: open-angle glaucoma, closed-angle glaucoma and congenital glaucoma. Actually closed-angle glaucoma can cause red eyes. If you are closed-angle glaucoma, you may also see colored halos around lights, have red eyes, or feel sick to your stomach and vomit. Different types of glaucoma have different symptoms. www.everydayhealth.com is a site that can help you kowe more about glaucoma.
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It is hard to tell whether depression could cause eye problems or not. Because according to some resources, symptoms of depression mood varies from person to person. Age, gender and culture are might cause different feeling and experience that depression people might go through. For depression patient, there are some common symptoms as following: 1. Hopelessness; 2. Very easy to get angry, sad, anxiety; 3. Can't be concentrating on anything. If the situation is very serious, the worst possibility is committing suicide. No research shows that there is any direct link between depression and eye problem. Yet I still suggest the patient to see a doctor and get proper treatment
Good habits for care the glasses include proper handling, periodic maintenance, adequate cleaning and regular visits to the optician. With gentle handling, your glasses will last longer and feel more comfortable. Frames will last longer with proper maintenance. Keep your glasses clean. This ensures that you benefit fully from the corrective power of the prescription, and helps prevent scratching the lenses.
Sweetie, there are so many online stores. I don't know which kind of glasses you like best and what price you can accept. So it is really hard to give you any suggestions. But I bought a pair of glasses in this store. https://www.ray-ban.com/usa/eyeglasses/ You can have a look. If you want to know more sites of online stores, I'd like to tell you that you can search online eyeglasses on Google. And there will be many online glasses stores. Good luck!
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