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Watanabe Todd M MD

Watanabe Todd M MD

(651) 227-6634

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260 Wells Fargo Pl
Saint Paul, MN 55101

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  • If you wear the 3d glasses to watch the 3d movies, you will find that your eyes can see images clearly. The 3d tvs are just the same as common tv. It will be bad for your eyes and affect your eyes vision to some degree if you do not have rest. In a word, both 3d tv and tvs will be bad for the eyes if you watch it for a long time. You need to have the protection for the eyes.

  • There are many possible causes of crusty eyes including dry eyes syndrome, conjunctivitis or pink eyes, blepharitis and allergy. If it is caused by allergy, try to find out the allergen and keep away from it. Your symptom will disappear. If it is caused by conjunctivitis, you need antiviral or antibaterial eyedrops or ointments.

  • As for me, it's really not a good sign that you got eye vision after hungry. Generally speaking, hungry can cause anxiety, inattention, dizzy and stoma ache for a while. When these conditions occur, you just need to eat something at once and you'll be fine soon. But if eye vision is caused by hungry, then you'd better ask a doctor and take a thorough body exam to determine the real reasons. My friend said if hungry really caused eye vision, that's only proved that you get anemia or malnutrition which has deep effect on blood circles and supplements. Of course, it is also possible that your eyes have basic diseases: black eyes, pink eyes and eye strain. And these basic diseases all can stimulate eye vision after hungry. Well, best way to deal with it is visit a doctor and take a note from him/her. Take a rest avoid eye strain and body tired.

  • Both drinking or rubbing alcohol will cause chemical burn on the cornea and conjunctiva. It is very painful condition and predispose the patient to infection.More than likely you just rinsed out the natural oils and tear film and the eyes feel a little dry.This can disrupt the ph of your tear film. Likely your eyes will return to normal within 24-48 hours. Rinse your eyes with sterile saline solution, unisol is a brand available in most drugstores. Just rinse your eyes for a few moments. Then instill preservative free artificial tears (systane, refresh, or other preservative free brand) every 2 hours today and then 4x's a tomorrow. If no improvement in symptoms by tomorrow, then see an eye doctor. You may need an anti-biotic or anti-inflammatory eye drops to help resolve. Also, if you note excessive crusting around eyelashes upon waking, increasing light sensitivity or continuous mucus discharge see an eye doctor.

  • Many opticians state that the lack of Vitamin A which is mainly contained in carrots can lead to night blindness. So carrots are often credited with improving night vision.

  • Pink eye will probably lead to subconjuntival hemorrhage.At the very beginning, there is no apparent discomfort feelings despite your eyes are red. If you ignore it, it might develops into subconjuctival hemorrhage gradually. For subconjunctival hemorrhage, which means the blood vessel breaks and the blood congealed between the eyeball and conjuctiva. Yet there is another possibility that you got infectious conjuctivitis, which makes your eyes red too. Because pink eye usually is caused by unhygiene living condition. For example, you rub or scratch your eyes with figures which brought bacteria or viral into eyes and triggered infection. For viral caused conjuctivitis, it could be transferred just by an eye contact. This infection can also be called conjunctiva inflammation. You'd better have a doctor to check what happened to your eyes so that you could take the right treatment. Hope you can be well soon.

  • Well, of course it's wired to wear sunglasses at night, which may make other people put more attention on you because they think you are strange and wondering if you are trying to cover yourself for something. But of course if you got hurt or something ugly that you really don't want people to see it and the sunglasses can help to cover, it is fine to wear a pair of sunglasses anyway.

  • Yes, eye infection can sometimes lead to ear infection. As we know that eye infection is about the redness of the whites of the eye, and it may have several causes with different types of presentations. For example, if you have red eye with yellow eye discharge, it can be "pink eye" or bacterial conjunctivitis. If you have got red eye without discharge and with a cold, it can be viral conjunctivitis. In other words, eye infection can be caused by the pollens and other irritants, allergies. And you also should know that for pink eyes, it is usually accompanied by a cold.at first, it often starts with just redness without discharge and then yellow eye discharge appears. And when the yellow discharge appears, this usually responds to antibiotic eye drops. At this time, an ear infection may accompany this. So you should pay more attention to it. For this situation, you should do something to make your cold recover. Besides, you can use frequent warm compresses on the eye

  • Ok, I can see that you concern a lot about your eye health. So, it is true that what we take in have a significant stake in our eye health, and we must take care of our diet. Spicy food, which might give you great experience, but they could also bring some side effects, such as dry eyes, pink eyes, or decreased vision. But slight amount of it is just ok. Just try to protect your eyes consciously.

  • It is possible that adrenal fatigue can cause dry eyes. It is possible, but the chance is very minor. Adrenal fatigue may cause dehydration which result in dry skin, a lack of water inside the body and result in Sjogren Syndrome which is featured with dry eyes.