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Many factors will cause high eye pressure. Such as glaucoma, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, rainbow eyelashes inflammation, cataracts, myopia and other eye diseases may occur elevated intraocular pressure, trauma can also cause high intraocular pressure and optic nerve but because everyone IOP tolerance is different, though some IOP is higher than normal but not have occurrence of the damage to the optic nerve and visual field, known as ocular hypertension.
No, you cannot wear 3D glasses in this case. As you said, you have myopia, which means you can see the objects nearby in a clear way, but not the object far away. The 3D glasses are usually designed for 3D movies, which are made of polarized plastic, and they have vertical and horizontal glasses. The main usage of them are reducing glare to ease the eye strain. That is to say, it is useless for correcting vision, including nearsightedness. Therefore, when you are wearing 3D glasses to watch the 3D movie, you would have a blurry vision and may cause headache because of the glasses.
To prevent your sunglasses from getting scratched, you'd better put your glasses in its case once you don't wear them. When you clean your glasses lens, you should use the cleaning cloth not anything else. Finally, never sleep with your glasses on, or it can be easily scratched.
Toric contact lenses are type of contact lenses that made of the same materials as regular contact lenses. So, they can be made in soft type or RGP. The difference of between Toric contact lenses and regular contact lenses is their designs. The Toric contact lenses has two powers in them, created with curvatures at different angles: one for astigmatism and the other for nearsightedness or farsightedness.
Most people have a thought that anemia just only occurs when people who are short of food. However, anemia occurs everywhere and every time. What are the real reasons that cause anemia? Well, I think a decrease in production of red blood cells or hemoglobin, or an increase in loss or destruction of red blood cells is the most prominent factor which leads to anemia. Meanwhile a poor and unreasonable diet may also let you suffer anemia. Although anemia can cause some body problems (tired, fatigue easily, appear pale), there is still no any evidence shows that anemia can cause eye twitching. I hold counsel with my elder sister, a doctor, who told me that anemia is not so serious sometimes, and some eye problems are related to anemia, but not always.
Yes, Bifocal contact lenses are lenses designed to address the focusing issues associated with presbyopia by incorporating different prescriptions. They are lenses that offer two different prescriptions in a single lens. One prescription is for close reading, and the other for normal, distance vision. The dual prescriptions help people who suffer from presbyopia, where age-related changes to the eye cause difficulties in focusing on close objects.
Ok, from what I can see, there must be something wrong with your eyes, because generally speaking, we would not cry without emotional fluctuations or yawning. I suspect that you have got blocked tear ducts, which results in endless tears shed down your cheeks. Just try to consult a doctor and figure out what to do with your problem. You should pay attention to your eye health in the future to prevent potential problems.
Yeah, of course you can. However, you need to find a pair which are of the same size to your rimless pair.
Well, I suggest that you postpone your driving license test, because you are physically uncomfortable, and your pink eyes make your eyes really bad. Most importantly, you would easily transmit your pink eyes to other people during the test, any contact would be dangerous. Just take good rest and consult a doctor before you go for your test. That would be much better.
Astigmatism is an eye condition with blurred vision as its main symptom. The front surface of the eye (cornea) of a person with astigmatism is not curved properly-the curve is irregular-usually one half is flatter than the other-sometimes one area is steeper than it should be. When light rays enter the eye they do not focus correctly on the retina, resulting in a blurred image. Astigmatism may also be caused by an irregularly shaped lens, which is located behind the cornea. Astigmatism may occur in children and adults; it is fairly common and is not contagious. It is usually congenital-is present at birth-but can develop after an eye operation or an injury to the eye. It belongs to a group of eye conditions called refractive errors. Myopia (short-sightedness), hypermetropia (long-sightedness) and presbyopia (aging of the lens in the eye) are types of refractive errors. A refractive error means that the shape of the eye does not bend light properly, resulting in a blurred image. Light has to be bent (refracted) by the lens and the cornea correctly before it reaches the retina in order to see things clearly.
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