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Family Eye Care and Children’s Eye Center

Family Eye Care and Children’s Eye Center

(505) 243-9739

Category: Eye Doctor

303 Mulberry NE
Albuquerque, NM 87106

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  • If you feel there is something stuck in your eye or you get red, swollen, and watery eye, you may have got an eye infection. Itchy eyes may also be caused by eye infection. So you'd better go to see an eye doctor to have a careful check and see whether you have got an eye infection.

  • Ok, it is true that smoking is one of the most terrible habits we might have, which might give rise to a lot of health problems with us. And by smoking , we tend to get decreased vision, and yellow eyes in the long run. Anyway, try to smoke less is the most effective means of protecting your eye health. Trust me. Also, you should get healthy foods and exercise on a regular basis.

  • Yes. When you get cold, your eyes will get infected and some germs are easy to develop in your eyes. If you wear contacts, the germs will spread to your contacts. Then your eyes may feel really uncomfortable or get irritated while wearing them.

  • It may be puffy, sagging skin underneath your eyes. And the main reason for the puffy, sagging skin may caused by the fluid retention underneath the skin or from loose, baggy skin on the lower eyelids. If so, apply a cold compress that may help you reduce it temporarily. Besides, cucumber slices and tea bag are also useful for decreasing puffy, sagging skin under the eyes.

  • There are several possibilities. It may never have gone away, it could be coming back due to an underlying infection on the eyelid margin or perhaps it is not a stye at all but something else. If styes tend to recur, clean the outside of your eyelids daily: Dip a cotton swab into a teacup of warm water containing a few drops of baby shampoo. Gently wash the lashes of each closed eyelid with this solution once or twice a day. If this method does not work, you should see an ophthalmologist.

  • The cost of stylish glasses depends on several factors, like the frame style, the frame material you choose and the place you get. The fashion eye glasses frames in some cheap online optical stores may cost about $20-$100. If you want to get them from name brands, they will cost you more, from $200 to $500. Stylish eyeglasses frames, like cat eye glasses frame or big nerd glasses frame are very popular and you can get them with lower price from zennioptical, framesdirect. If you want to get light weight frames, titanium glasses frames are the best choice for you, but they are a little expensive for at least over $100.

  • Eye twitching is a repetitive, uncontrollable blinking or spasm of the eyelid, usually the upper lid, which usually affects the eye muscles of both eyes. Dry eye is one of the most common, although not serious, eye conditions of middle aged people and it greatly interferes with the quality of life. Dry eye is possible to cause eye twitching because it can increase eye pressure which makes people feel unwell and lead to muscles discharge.

  • In general, eye twitches are caused by too much stress or a lack of sleep. Maybe the alcohol is just triggering it, and those are the root causes.

  • Yes, a fever can cause water eyes. The reason why watery eyes appear is because the blocked tear ducts or excessive production of tears. On one hand, when your tear ducts are narrowed or blocked tears, it will not be able to drain away tears and as a result it build up the tear sac. When this tear sac appears, the risk of getting infection is increasing. The eyes will automatically produce a stick liquid and get the problem worse. This infection may cause nose inflammation as well. On the other hand, when your eyes are irritated, they will produce more tears than it used to do. When this happens, our body will tend to get rid of this irritant. So our eyes produce more tears. There are association between eye irritation and fever, so when you have a fever, your eyes will irritated at the same time. Then watery eyes appear.

  • Well, in my opinion, it might be the eye irritation which leads to your rolling frequently. As we know that when your eyes are invaded by some irritants, or some virus, it can just make your eyes irritated. At that moment, it will just make your eye itchy. And of course, you will have to roll them frequently. So just stop rolling your eyes. And go and see the eye doctor. Maybe he will give some eye exam. And then some medical care will be necessary.