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Eyetopia

Eyetopia

702-877-3937

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

301 Royal Aberdeen Way
Las Vegas, NV 89144-4331

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  • Well, yes, milk can be helpful to sore eyes. Nowadays, milk is used in many ways, but we can also use it to protect our sore eyes. According to some experts, you can just put some milk on the soft cloth, and apply the cloth under your eyes. In that way, it will be effective. Also, an eye pack made from chilled cucumber slices may be very beneficial. Besides, you can put cotton balls dipped in rose water over the eyes for a few minutes. This is very effective in reducing inflammation as well as discomfort. Anyway, you can just have a try.

  • Yes, marigold is good for eyes. Drinking marigold tea has an effect of diaphoresis, diuresis and clearing away heat and damp elimination. When you catch a cold, drinking marigold tea contributes to bringing down a fever, cooling you and annealing. It also has an anticonvulsive efficacy and it can promote digestion, which is quite suitable for those who suffer ulcer of digestive system. In addition, drinking marigold tea can promote blood circulation and mitigate alcoholic intoxication, which do good to your liver. As a matter of fact, apart from benefiting from drinking marigold tea, marigold can be made into salad or cooked to add color, flavor and fragrance of the food. And it can cure the skin diseases and trauma, it has an effect of diminishing inflammation, sterilizing, astringing and preventing from festering and relieving sunburn and scald.

  • As a matter of fact, it is tue that sometimes teething could give rise to some problems with your eyes such as swelling eyes , painful eyes or some other problems. However, generally speaking, it would not lead to eye infection. Since teeth are closed connected with our brain and eyes, sometimes teething could cause eye problems. Just take it easy, if the problem goes bad, just see a doctor.

  • The invention of swimming goggles may date back to the 14th century which are made out of polished tortoise shells and was used by Persians. However, the swimming goggles were first used in the 1940s. At that time they were large, round, double lens goggles. And they are not suitable for competitive swimming because they were too big and may came off easily when taking turns. By 1968, the competitive swimming goggles were designed specially for competitive swimming.

  • After a long time work before the computer, your eyes muscles may get intense and tired. Once you lay down and close your eyes, the eye muscles will suddenly take a relax. That is why you feel dizzy. You should adapt your eyes at an appropriate speed. Or else, your eyes will feel dry and not comfortable which may arouse other eye diseases.

  • Well, yes, celiac disease can cause dark circles under your eyes. Generally speaking, celiac disease will not allow all the nutrients from your food to be absorbed. In that way, your body will be affected. So if you have it for years, nutrients intake from food will not enough, so it can lead to vitamin deficiency, in the end, it will cause dark circles. To get rid of the dark circles, you can use some cucumber slices, and they can be good for the dark circles. So for your situation, you can just put a slice over each eye, extending over the darkened area. Remember that you should do this everyday, coupled with lying down for 10-15 minutes. And then having a good life habit is also essential.

  • Diamond-shaped faces are very rare and characterized by narrow at the eye line and jawline, and the broad cheekbones that may be high and dramatic. For different circumstances, just like, the face which is bigger can fit lots of styles. In particular, for a small face, then I suggest the smaller sunglasses frame is better. Normally, people choose rimless frames, oval and cat-eye shapes, but I think this come to secondary. For the final choice, the key is yourself, how to go.

  • when your eyes water, the tears that you see are the very same ones that keep our eyes moist and comfortable, and wash out bits of dust and debris. Those basic tear secretions are produced in the conjunctiva, the membrane that coats the entire surface of the eye.These basic secretions don't overflow like the tears associated with emotional crying. Those tears are produced by the lachrymal gland, located in the upper, outer corner of our eyelids.Not only are they much more watery than basic tear secretions, but there are usually so many of them that they overflow and spill down your cheeks and drain through tiny ducts into your nose.It's because emotional tears are more watery, they're less salty than basic tear secretions and the tissue in your eye. So, through the process of osmosis, the water moves into the saltier ocular tissues, which makes them swell up.And then there's all that furtive eye rubbing your "friend" does to hide his tears, which inflames his eyes even further. Still, even though it looks bad, the puffiness and irritation will eventually go away.

  • Yes it can cause a black eye. I had a really bad coughing episode and ended up with a black eye.

  • For most people, they will blink every 2 to 6 seconds which may help them avoid the dirty dust or other things in the air. If you stop blinking, the possible result is that your eyes may feel dry. That is the reason why a lot of computers feel dry in eyes because their eyes don't blink often.