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The ear, throat and nose are connected, don't so much the eye... but there are sinuses that are located close to the tear glands which when infected can make the entire section of the face swell and place pressure on each part involved which is how you could get a red eye.
Yes, it is possible for you to get eye bags under eyes because of diabetes. The eye bags under eyes can be caused by the lack of good blood circulation and disorder of the work of the eye nerves. Diabetes mellitus is due to genetic factors immune dysfunction microbial infection. Its toxin free radicals toxin spirit factor and all other kinds of pathogenic factors affect on the islet function and make it decline, such as insulin resistance. It causes the sugar protein fat water and electrolyte. It may appear a series of metabolic disorder syndrome and is presented with high blood glucose as the main characteristics. That is why you get the eye bags under eyes because of diabetes. You'd better keep the good diet and good rest for yourself. Then you will keep the health and protect the eyes. You could also use the warm compress to release your eye bags.
Actually, there is no evidence to show that the contact lenses will cause retina detachment. However, personal I think it will. Because contact lenses are putted on the retinal and rubbed the retinal when we roll our eyes, which will cause retinal detachment.
At first the coating does cover the whole lens,but after the lenses are cut, the edges don't have it anymore as the frame is made on them. Polishing the edges may work for you.
If you want to get cheap contacts with insurance, first make sure the coverage of your mom's insurance. Then you can go to the place that have the insurance covered. If you have got the perscription when you get the first examination for your glasses, then you can buy contacts at costco. It's always cheap there. Don't buy it online because it tends to be more expensive and you can't get your right size of the lenses.
An annual eye exam can help detect the early sign of eye disease and this is especially important for old people. For child, annual eye exam can help to detect whether they need glasses or get new prescription for glasses.
The sunken eyes will be looked with eyeballs deep in the whole eye structure. It will be looked strange. The sunken eyes will give people the impression with not good nutrition. They could use some eyes cream to adopt on the eyes parts to moisture the eyes skin. They could also do the make-up to decorate the eyes.
Well, looks like there is something wrong with both your eyes and your understanding of eye health. As far as I know, it would be bad for us to work or study with computers for much too long, which may give rise to some eye strain, fatigue, or red eyes, even headaches. But that doesn't mean you really need glasses. Rather,you just need to take some time to rest and have breaks during business hours . Some eye drops and green tea might help you!
I doubt they could do some damage for your eyes if you wear it for a long time.maybe they would strengthen one and weaken the other.
The doctor can determine if you are short sighted by asking you to read the certain row on the letter chart. Most nearsighted people can't read the small letters at the bottom of the chart but farsighted people can. Also the optometrist will also ask the patient to read something on a piece of paper. If you need the paper to be further away to be able to read it, then you are farsighted.
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