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Vogelpohl Thomas A

Vogelpohl Thomas A

(651) 457-2020

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1540 Humboldt Ave,
Saint Paul, MN 55118

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  • Oh, no, you can't be serious. Anyway, in few cases could a man sleep with his eyes open, and generally speaking, we would not be able to sleep in bed with our eyes open. Anyway, if you try hard to keep them open, there would be some problems since your eyes tend to be drier. Or if the eye muscles of the man is impaired or got some trouble, he might sleep with his eyes open, but that is a sign of health problem, which needs to be examined.

  • It depends on what kind of exam you want to have, eye exam for glasses or contacts. And also it depends on the location of the stores. It may be around $40~ $100 for eye exam. And the exam for contacts will be a little cheaper than for glasses. Here is the address of the eyemasters website: https://www.eyemasters.com/eye-exams/ You can get more information from it. Hope you like it.

  • Dear friend, dry eye and eye strain can cause twitching eyes. You can apply some artificial tears to relieve your dry eyes. Twitching eyes can be a sign of tiredness of our eyes or our body. We must find some ways to relax our eyes or our body. And sometimes the allergies may lead to twitching eyes. But as to you, I think you may not suffer from allergies for your symptoms persist for two months. I suggest you to go to bed earlier in the night and do some eye exercise when you use your eyes for a long time. Meantime, choose some entertainments to relax yourself and keep a happy mood in every day. Hope this helped.

  • Since you wear toric lenses, you would have astigmatism. If you switch from toric lenses to regular soft lenses, you can't see things clearly because regular soft lenses can't correct your astigmatism. So you'd better not switch from toric lenses to regular soft lenses.

  • Dear friend, the remains of dead cells on the surface of our eyes will have reflections on the retina and cause black spots in our vision. Most of us will have eye floaters and it is a common phenomenon. If you just see a few eye floaters in your vision, you needn't worry about it. Our brains will learn to adapt to it slowly. If you just have an eye surgery in one eye, you may possibly have eye floaters in this eye. But it will go away slowly after the remains of the tissues or cells on the surface of your eyes were washed out by tears.

  • Contact lenses are also called the corneal contact lens. Wearing on the eye cornea, they are used to correct the visual acuity. However, if you wear the contact lenses too much time every day, the eyes will not breath the oxygen which will damage the cornea. If this is done continuously, the eyes will become blind. You'd better control the time of wearing contact lenses.

  • For most people, the eye colors were formed early in our childhood, and wouldn't be changed except for injuries or gene variation, because the eye color is determined by the melanin density of iris, which is also determined by the differentiation of relative genes. According to a scientific research in 1997, thousands of twins were studied and came to the conclusion that the eye colors of 10%~15% of the twins had a continual change from their adolescence on. This also proved a fact, that the genes determining the eye color of the twins are the same and conduct the same differentiation process.

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  • It depends. The best benefit of a sleep mask is that it blocks out almost all of the light to let your body get more relaxing sleep. Having a sleep mask that blocks out the light in your sleeping area will help you sleep better, especially if you work the graveyard shift and do most of your sleeping during the day. However, some sleep masks have less than desirable designs. They can press on the eyelashes, which is very uncomfortable. The alternatives to this are to either buy a more expensive sleep mask that has a better design or stop wearing a sleep mask altogether. Hope this helpful.

  • Nope, but it could help you to reduce eyestrain. We always hear people say green makes eyes better, that is to say, this color could make you feel more relaxed somehow, especially after you starring a computer or TV screen for a prolonged period. However, it could make your muscle of eyes relax instead of improve eyesight. Normally you need to look at natural green things, as you said, green trees far from you could relax your eyes. However, it is always harmful to stare at one object for a long time without moving your eyeball, no matter what the color of it is.