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Pine Cone Vision Center

Pine Cone Vision Center

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2380 Troop Dr
Sartell, MN

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  • It is not normal. You may have the eyes infection because of the long time use of eyes in front of computers or other electrical products. The coming invisible bacterium could also make you get the lines in the vision. You'd better use some eye drops to moisture the eyes. You could also use the warm compress to make your eyes feel comfortable.

  • If you have a good vision and can see computer screen clearly without glasses, then you don't have to get a prescription for your computer glasses. The anti glare computer glasses are enough to protect your eyes. If you can't see computer screen clearly without glasses, then you should go to see an eye doctor and have an eye exam. The doctor will prescrible a pair of computer glasses for you.

  • Yes,it is true that vitamin defiency cn lead to vision problems in children and adults. Vitamin A deficiency causes night blindness. Vitamin B12 deficiency leads to megaloblastic anemia, which is bad for vision, that is, myopia, blurry vision and double vision may occur. Also, vitamin defiency can lead to other diseases, such as vitamin K deficiency causes impaired coagulation, vtamin D deficiency causes rickets.

  • Yes, when you roll back your eyes, it can help your eyes relax. Besides, it can keep your eyes moist. In fact, rolling back the eyes have the same function as blink eyes. I also heard that there is a eye exercise of rolling eyes in China to help keep eye health. Maybe this is the reason why people feel good when they roll back eyes.

  • OK, so sorry to hear that you have got graves' eye disease,which is one of the most terrible and complicated problems with our eye health. With that terriblr disease, you tend to get a lot of symptoms at the same time, making you suffer a lot ,especially those prominent eyes.So, what i know is that you should pay attention to every aspect of your work and life, try not to drink, smoke, or staying up, etc. Also, good rest and proper use of eyes would relieve the situation. Most importantly, you should get treatment and some vitamin pills, A B E, etc.

  • They will hide your beautiful eyes and eye makeup when you want to show up your eyes which is especially good for girls.

  • It is possible to get pink eyes from eye allergies. As we know pink eyes are inflammation of the eyes. As far as I know, Via bacteria, virus and allergy can develop to pink eyes. Anyway, there is meaningless to discuss if allergy cause pink eyes. Find the proper treatment for the pink eyes is the emergency you shall do. you can apply a cold compress first to help you reduce the redness and itchiness in the eyes. Then consult your eye doctor.

  • Frankly speaking, I am not sure what kind of effect seeing glow sticks will bring to eyes. It seems that there is no such report. The chemicals in glowing sticks are three components, hyperoxide, ester compounds and fluorescent color. The working theory of glowing sticks is the chemical reaction between hyperoxide and ester compounds can release power which makes the fluorescent color glow. This light is not very bright so technically it is safe. It is commonly used devices in concerts, balls and various parties. It is popular used for decoration, toys, rescuing in sea, military lighting and signal in night and so on. As long as you don't split the chemicals on your skin and into your eyes, it should be OK to see the glowing sticks. Don't worry.

  • If you have a mirror at hand, you can look into the mirror to see whether you have red eyes or not. You can't trust the image on the picture because the red eyes may be caused by dark light in the room where you take photos. You can modify the picture so that you won't see red eyes in pictures. But if you can see red eyes in the mirror, you may need to see an eye doctor immediately or at least find out what caused your red eyes. If they were caused by lack of sleep, you will get rid of red eyes after you catch up with enough sleeping. Good luck!

  • There are a variety of problems that can cause headaches, including squinting and overworking the eye muscles. If you think your headaches may be due to squinting for long periods of time, it is important to have your vision checked by a qualified eye specialist. And if you wearing glasses, it is important for your eyes have a regularly test and your glasses or contact lenses also need update.