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From my experience, I suggested you choice oriental brown if you are an Asian, because it most suitable for Asian faces. If you're not, it doesn't matter. Oriental brown could also let you look very exotic. You do still have another option: golden. It will let you have a unique temperament and special mystic vision. Of course, the right mix is the one that works best for you! Hope you will find a color which suitable for you own.
Though you want to get plain contact lenses, you still need to go to an optician to have an exam. The real stores also have cheap contact lenses. Go for "freshlook" contact lenses, they are cheap and have many nice colors if you want colored contact lenses.
You don't have to emali your eye prescription when you want to order glasses online. At the online optical store, you will enter a web page where you will find a bunch of blanks. Then you are asked to fill in the blanks with your prescription information. Then they will know what your prescription is.
You'd better not, the contact lenses around eyes are not the same. Even though the two eyes with same prescription, you also can not mix them. Normally, people have astigmatism, and the two eyes are different. In the process of glasses, it is considered to prescription. So, you can not simply think they are the same and interchange. Perhaps, it will bring a big problem.
Yes, scuba diving can cause retinal detachment. Because high myopia is a kind of degenerative disease and it can easily cause complication disease to damage your eyesight. People with high myopia have longer eyeballs and weaker retinal. What's more, their vitreous bodies are easily denatured. So when there is external force or the denatured vitreous towards their eyes, it will cause retinal detachment. When you are diving, hydraulic pressure can easily cause retinal detachment especially when have high myopia. I advise you not to dive in order to protest your eyes.
I think you may need to have a new exam for contacts. The doctor can't transfer your glasses prescription. So you'd better take some money with you because you need to pay for it. As to contacts, I heard that all the brands are good. So choose the least expensive one can save your money. But if you have sensitive eyes and you still want to wear contacts, I suggest you to by GP contacts for they can maintain the water in our eyes and allow more oxygen into the surface of our eyes. This will reduce irritations and make you feel more comfortable. Besides, you can apply artificial tears to lubricate your eyes from time to time. Hope this helped!
Yes, it is normal for you to have eye pain when you suffer glaucoma because of high eye pressure. You could keep the good mood and eat more food with vitamin C to moisture the eyes. You could also use the warm compress to make your eyes feel comfortable. You could use the eyes drops to comfort the eyes too.
Yes, you can get polarized prescription sunglasses. Now, buying prescription polarized sunglasses can be easy deal in most of online sites where sell eyeglasses. As far as i know, Firmoo.com have polarized sunglasses that can be made according to your prescription. Besides, their prescription polarized sunglasses are good quality and at a low prices. It is worthy to try.
Well, high blood pressure do increase the risk of developing cataract. And recently a study found that the drugs you take will increase the risk of catching cataract. Drugs like beta blockers and ACE inhibitors will increase the possibilities. Cataract is a eye disease that a clouding of the lens block our vision. The study find that beta blockers increase the risk of cataracts by 45% and ACE inhibitors increase by 54%
Monovision Contact Lenses are designed for people with presbyopia. With monovision Contact Lenses, people wear one lens on the dominant eye for distance vision, and the other lens on the non-dominant eye near vision. So people who have presbyopia can see both distant and close-up objects without problems. However, many people find it difficult to get used to monovision Contact Lenses, so it does take time for people to adjust to monovision contact lenses.
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