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It depends. If you don't need a pair of glasses when you are watching TV or playing in the outside, you don't need to wear them. When I was at college, I seldom wore glasses because I often sitted in the first row or the second row, I could see the things in the blackboard clearly. There was no need to wear a pair of glasses. But now I need to wear glasses every time I am sitting in front of a computer. I think they can help protect my eyes.
In fact, dry eye syndrome is a chronic lack of sufficient lubrication and moisture on the surface of the eye. It will irritate ocular and anterior of eyes, which will cause eye infections and inflammations. The sign of dry eye usually accompany persist dryness, scratchiness, burning sensations, stringy mucus in or around your eyes, increased eye irritation from smoke or wind, eye fatigue, sensitivity to light, eye redness, difficulty wearing contact lenses, periods of excessive tearing, etc. Dry eyes can cause redness and even irritations. It is said that another sign of dry eyes is a "foreign body sensation," the feeling that something is in the eye. Now that eye dryness cause so many eye problems, you can use artificial tears or lubricating eye drops to alleviate the dryness symptoms and scratchy feeling. Wear sunglasses out door can also be helpful for dry eyes, besides, hot compress and fish oil are also natural remedies for dry eyes.
I think no. When you are looking to right/left, up/down, you will not only use your eyes. You also move your head to follow the vision. So the glasses frame won't make any difference.
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I personally think glasses with a rectangular shape, with a black frame would look nice, or rectangular lenses with no frame.and i think they look really good.
Yeah, the eyelash will get thinner and shorter as you age. As you age and your hair follicles age as well, you may notice a thinning of your lashes. Even if you boasted a thick fringe in your younger years, as your natural hair begins to thin and the hair follicles essentially die as you age, your eyelashes may follow suit. Typically the thinning associated with age is minor, and can be disguised with false lashes and cosmetic. Eyelash growth has four stages: growth, resting, shedding and re-growth. Your lashes continuously cycle through these four stages. As we age, eyelash follicles (the openings in the skin through which the lash grows) can slow or stop producing new lashes altogether. Talk with your health care provider about your concerns; he or she can help get to the root of the problem.
Compare a pair of famous brand sunglasses with a pair of common sunglasses, which one do you like best? Of course the famous brand sunglasses are more expensive. But if we don't take the price into consideration, we may definitely choose the famous brand sunglasses because the quality is better and they are also of the latest fashion. They are more elegant to some degree. So of course they will be more expensive.
A large amount of eye floaters which affect vision or appear suddenly are often a sign of tears or detachment of retina. This can happen to all age group, though quite rare. Detached retina can be caused by aging, trauma, heavy myopia, or complication of prk surgery. Check if your child has been beaten badly or had prk surgery.If not, you need to consult the doctor for more detailed information.
Definitely yes, you are not wearing prescription glasses can lead to nausea and even migraines. Because of the eye can play havoc, and the straining of the eyes especially when you do not have the aid of specs which cause headache. You can feel worse if you go out in the bright sunlight, you can hardly open your eyes. Medicine does not help to overcome this situation. Only wear your properly and correctly prescribed glasses again can deal with that.
Dehydration can affect on the human eyes in many different ways. For example, dehydration will make the amount of water in the intercellular space become less than the normal amount, which can lead to the eyes deep into the chin. Also, dehydration can cause the blurred vision because the body fluid is insufficient and the acid base is disturbed leading to the decrease of blood volumn and blood pressure. It is as well very likely that dehydration can lead to cataracts. The crystalline lenses of the eyes play a very important role in metabolism and keeping transparency and adequate amount of water is fatal to the normal funtion of crystalline lenses. The dehydration is one of the causes of the crystalline lenses becoming muddy, which will lead to cataracts. Therefore, maintaining adequate water in the eyes is a key element to keep the metabolism of eyes. To avoid the cataracts caused by dehydration, you should first of all drink eplenty of water eyeryday. And you should also take in much vitamin C, because vitamin C is very important to prevent the malnutrition and degeneration of the crystalline lenses. Besides, wear a pair of sunglasses to screen the ultraviolet rays in the sunshine when you are in the outdoor.
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