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Jcp Optical

Jcp Optical

(505) 890-3458

Category: Eye Doctor

10000 Coors Blvd Bypass NW
Albuquerque,NM 87114

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  • Yes, it is good for your eyes. You can take it in capsules form, cayenne pepper supplements are sold in stores. It has to do with circulation. I was taking cayenne for something else and after a year my eyesight improved. I researched it and found that it's also helpful with eyesight. Previously I had been using non-prescription reading glasses and now I only need them for small print on labels. I don't need them for the computer anymore. I take a 500mg capsule 6-7 times a day. It's better to take with food. That's my experience, and yes, if someone told me this I probably would be very skeptical.

  • When you are choosing protective eyewear for your child, it is better to choose polycarbonate lenses cuz it works well to protect eyes from fast-moving objects impact-resistant lens material. Make sure the size fit properly on your child face.

  • As long as you change the water often to keep them wet, you can keep your contacts in your case for months without a problem. But the limit time should be within date.

  • Black big sunglasses are one of an classic sunglasses especially in some movies such as men in black. In our real life, there are still many people wear black sunglasses. But with the diverse of sunglasses, now, more and more people refer to wearing colored big sunglasses for match their outfit . Nevertheless, big black sunglasses won't be out of fashion. If you like it, just wear it.

  • Progressive lenses come in a variety of different materials. Plastic for standard rx's polycarbonate for safety and mid range rx's and high index for heavier rx's. the rx should help determine what type of bifocal and what material you should use and what kind of frame you use..... A competent Optician (not a commisioned sales person) should be able to clarify these questions. I mean, My God...It's your eyes. Would you go into a drug store and ask the 18 year old cash register jockey what you should take to help your heart condition?? Go find an experienced (Guild or A.B.O certified optician) and actually get what would be best for you.

  • Yes, you have to recognize that Oakley sunglasses are better than normal sunglasses. As we know that Oakley Sunglasses can actually protect your eyes from allergic agents. In detail, their hypoallergenic can prevent the swelling and irritation caused in your eyes as soon as they come in contact with any allergic agent. Also, they can not only protect your eyes but also your nose. And many other sunglasses don't have these advantages. Besides, Oakley sunglasses are designed with perfect structure and materials. So you can feel very comfortable and natural when wearing them.

  • To remove hairspray and greasy perspiration, you can use rubbing alcohol. It cleans the lenses really well and it can be used on either plastic or glass lenses.

  • Well, It is really hard to tell. Different doctors will do different things. Doctors in my community will certainly not charge me and other customers because common sense goes that to fix your problem and continue their after-sales service is their born obligation. Go and talk to them, but remember to be smart and speak wise words.

  • If you are doing weight lifting on a very frequent basis, then it probably increases the risk of getting some eye problems such as eye floaters and glaucoma. Glaucoma is a very serious eye disease which is the leading cause to vision loss with no cure. Glaucoma refers to increased intraocular pressure which would damage optic nerve endings. Weight lifting would temporarily increase the intraocular pressure. If you do it on a daily basis, then it put you at a much higher risk of developing glaucoma. It is just like vomiting or coughing, which can also cause temporary pressure increasing in eyes. During weight lifting, air is forced into the narrow windpipe which causes pressure increasing in human body. If you need to do it anyway frequently, then I suggest you to stay away from caffeine and smoking, which are triggers for temporary IOP increasing too. Visit your eye specialist on a frequent basis to monitor the IOP if any treatment needed to lower the pressure.