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Using eyeliner on your inner lash line may put you at risk for infection and vision problem. Make up migration happened quicker and was greater when eyeliner was put on the inner lid. When the liner was applied to the inner lash line, 15-30 percent more particles entered the tear film-the thin protective coating on the eye-than when liner was applied outside the lash line. The problems with liner entering the tear film ranges from minor discomfort for those with dry or sensitive eyes to more serious infections and blurred vision. When using eyeliner on your waterline, look for a cream pencil as opposed to a kohl. Kohl contains heavy metals like lead that could be harmful to the health of your eye.
Your description is too complicated pituitary puzzling me. It seems that you have no problem to see near, but have problem to see far. If so, you are not presbyopia caused aging problems. Instead, you probably suffered from myopia (or nearsighted )have problem to see far. To make sure, you'd better take an eye examination. Then, the doctor will give your an prescription which can tell you what vision problems you exactly have so as to buy proper eyeglasses for you to correct vision.
Bernadette Korey Marc Isabelle garcia I have one question are you three mental retarded? "Well, I have to say that coughing can lead to floaters in your eyes. so you should just take some measures to heal your coughing," even not mention mechanism only spreading stupidity no coughing dont cause floaters "Yes, coughing can cause the eye floaters. As we know, the nose, eyes, ears and throats parts of nerves are interlinked. If you cough a lot, the eyes will get infected." my dog have more knowledge than you, first eye have ocular blood barrier which not allow inflammation to spread in this parts of eye, second 99.9% of eye inflammation is from head of eye and from outside not insade body. "Eye floaters are caused by the nubecula of the vitreous body and eye floaters can be divided into two kinds, one is physiologic and the other is pathologic. The physiologic eye floaters are common among myopes and the aged while the pathologic eye floaters can be caused by fundus hemorrhage, ocular conjunctiva inflammation and broken retina. I" this is the worst someone try wrote total stupidity as something smart What is a physiologic floaters are you totally lost your mind? in myopia like age vitreous detoraties this is pathological condition. "eye floaters can be caused by fundus hemorrhage, ocular conjunctiva inflammation and broken retina" ocular conjunctiva is a outer part of eye and dont have anyhting with vitreous so no conjuctiva medically is impossible to cause floaters, Second you cant broke retina "Drink less beverage with caffeine, you had better not smoke and drink alcohol to avoid making the situation worse." again moron speaking about something he didint understand how alcohol and smoking cause floaters? P.S sorry for my language but everytime I see here comments there is only pure stupidity by morons who dont know anything in topic they wrote.
It's pretty dangerous to wear glasses when boxing. The glasses will deeply hurt your face when being punched. Besides, they'll be easily shaked off. Personally I suggest you to wear contacts to provide you clear vision while not hindering you.
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.
You can have a look on the internet to see whether you like them or not. If this kind of sunglasses doesn't go well with your face shape, you can choose another kind of sunglasses. I like framed plastic sunglasses recently. They are very cheap and in fashion now. You can have a try too.
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.
To choose a good frame that fit your face, the try on process is very important. You should make sure that the nose pads fit snugly against the nose so that the glasses don't slip, and that the temples fit the ear closely.
You can have a look on these two websites. https://www.persol.com/saudiarabia https://www.ray-ban.com/saudiarabia They can provide you with many choices. But I think nowadays many online eyeglasses stores can provide you with a pair of cheap sunglasses (with shipping included). If you think the eyeglasses that sold on these two website are very expensive, you can have a look at other online eyeglasses stores. Maybe you can find a pair of good sunglasses too. Good luck!
I suggest you see your primary care doctor first. They usually can diagnose and treat the eye infection.If they can't do this, they will know you need to see an eye specialist and recommend for you.
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