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Of course, no. you should not wear them as sunglasses outside in the sun light. First, for the construction, they can only block one kind of light wave. And one lens will block clockwise circular light and the other will block counter clockwise circular light. Comparing with them, Sunglasses will block more light waves. Also, sunglasses are polarized so they can protect your eyes from uv rays and the strong light when you go outsides. But 3d glasses can not achieve this function. But the 3D effect relies on your two eyes each seeing a slightly different image, in which your brain then combines into a three dimensional picture. And also you should know that different 3D displays achieve this in different ways. Generally speaking, when you have worn a pair of 3d glasses while watching 3d movie, it will make you feel that you are just in the real phenomenon. This feeling just attracts many people. So you can have them when have movie.
If your eyes look glossy, you should check whether they are the glassy eyes. If it is, you should use some eye drops with anti-inflammation to release the symptom. If it is not, you could use the makeup to make your eyes look not that glossy. You could use the eye shadow to make the eyes look not that glossy. You should not wear the colored contact lenses which will make your eyes look glossy too.
Lasik can effectively correct up to 4.00 dioptres (400 degrees) of farsightedness. Farsightedness is the optical opposite of myopia (nearsightedness). It is caused by a shorter than normal eyeball length or flatter than normal cornea curvature.However, it is important not to confuse normal farsightedness with an aging condition called presbyopia or middle-age farsightedness. This is a different condition that afflicts those past the age of 35 years. Presbyopia is caused by the reduced ability of the eye to focus for near as a person grows older. Lasik will NOT do away with the need to wear reading glasses for this condition. In fact, those 35 years and above may find that after Lasik, while they can now see perfectly well for distance, reading glasses may be required for reading
No, you'd better not wear the contact lenses when you have the eye infection. Wearing the contact lenses during this time, your eyes may get dry and feel uncomfortable. What's worse, the eye infection may get serious. You'd better not wear the contact lenses before your eye infection is cured.
well you see when your eyes cross when you read it could possibly mean that your cross eyed, but hey that is just my theory.
It is very difficult for adults to improve their eyesight. But if you are a child, you may improve your eyesight by doing some eye exercise or maintain the health of your eyes. The eyes of children are under development so they can get their eyesight improved by adapting some measures. You can consult your eye doctor for some good suggestions.
It doesn't change the color immediately when it is under the sun. It will take seconds or minutes to change up.For first use,it may take longer.
Well, I have to admit , your question is very good, because pink eyes could be of great trouble to all of us, giving rise to a lot of uncomfort and symptoms to us, such as watery eyes, itchy eyes, excessive eye discharge,etc,. Thus, you should try to protect your eyes by making clean and proper use of your eyes, getting healthy foods and take exercise. Also, try not to use other people's eye drops, and avoid close contact. I recommend that you do not do anything stupid to get pink eyes on purpose ok?
Yes, it could cause that. Eye rubbing is one of the various ways of causing eye pressure spikes. In the case of eye rubbing, the combined effects of eye closure and rubbing forces on the ye can raise pressure to very high level. Normally these pressure spikes could not affect health eyes, however, with large, frequently, prolonged eye pressure spikes could cause related eye disease, including glaucoma, which can lead to blindness in the end.
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