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Oceans Eyewear

Oceans Eyewear

(740) 654-2459

Category: Optical Stores

1635 River Valley Cir S Ste 5081
Lancaster, OH 43130

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  • Smokes are bad for your health. And they will affect the health of your families. Smokes can tint your eyes, teeth and fingers. If you are a heavy smoker, it can do harm to your brain, lungs, heart, and even your sex life. If you often smoke in the night, you can't have good sleep. You may develop bags under your eyes.

  • High blood pressure can affect your eyesight and lead to eye disease. Hypertension can cause damage to the blood vessels in the retina. Doctors call this disease hypertensive retinopathy. The damage of hypertension retinopathy can become serious if not been well treated. And the best way to prevent your eye pressure become high is control your blood pressure. There are several suggestions to control your blood pressure as following: 1. Changing your diet, vegetables are good for your to control your blood pressure, and do not eat too much high fat food; 2. Exercising more, healty body can prevent a lot of disease from access you. 3. Taking the prescribed high blood pressure medications; 4. Following your doctor's suggestion and have a regular check.

  • Actually the nylon wire is sturdy enough to hold the lenses.They can even last longer than other ones.

  • Well, it seems that you are very interested in wearing contact lenses, which is quite good and make you free from those glasses frames. However, I should remind you that by wearing too much contact lenses , there would be some side effects not only on your eyes, but some other parts of your body. For example, you would feel dizzy, red eyes, itchy eyes, etc, and headaches is possible. So all you have to do is to take care of your eyes and pay attention to your eye health.

  • It may be a sign of seasonal allergies. I think if you are suffering from this, you can hardly avoid this, because there are so many pollens outside, you can hardly find a place to avoid theses allergies. Airborne contaminants and smoking can cause burning eyes too. But you can avoid touching dust to prevent getting burning eyes.

  • u can go blind

  • If the amount of the dog saliva in your eyes is little, it will be OK. It is not dangerous. But for the sake of hygiene, you'd better go to wash the eyes with clean water carefully. Then you could use the eye drops with anti-inflammation role to make your eyes look clear. In addition, you could also use the warm compress method to make your eyes feel comfortable.

  • Have your parents take you back where you got them. They should be able to adjust them where they will stay up or explain why they will not. It could be a poor choice of frame (too big, poor fit on your nose, poor quality materials that don't keep adjustment). It could be that you or your parents passed on special features like high index lenses that would make your glasses lighter. There is technology out there that will make just about any prescription wearable without slipping.

  • I never go stanton optical for eye exam and eyeglasses. And i just search it online and find that they signs that " Buy 1 get 1 free plus free exam" on their sites. It seems that you can get free eye exam there if you buy eyeglasses from them. Besides, you can get two pairs of eyeglasses if you buy a pair from them. It sounds great. Maybe you can have a try.

  • No, you can't wear colored contact lenses over the regular contact lenses. The two kinds of contact lenses can not fit well which will affect your vision. What's more, the inner contacts lenses will not get enough water to keep them wet; they will dry out which may hurt your eyes. Your eyes can also be hurt by the lack of oxygen because the coverage makes the lenses so thick to get oxygen. so don't do that, it's dangerous. You can get a pair of prescription colored lenses.