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There are 1.74 lenses in the world. Maybe they are the best for high prescriptions. But they are very expensive. Maybe you can't afford them. So I suggest you to buy the 1.67 aspheric high index lenses. They are also very good. Just as other people mentioned, they are lighter and thinner when compared with other kind of lenses. Hope this helped!
The symptoms between pink eye and corneal ulcer are quite similar. Pinkeye, or conjunctivitis, is the most common eye infection, the typical one is pink eye. It is caused by bacteria or virus, but it would cure even without any treatment in two weeks. The medical treatment can accelerate the cure process that shortens in two to three days. But it has no affect to eyesight or damage to eyes generally. However, a corneal ulcer typically occurs as a red, painful eye, with mild to severe discharge and reduced vision. It have to be treated in time, otherwise it would damage to eye vision.
Carrots contain a large amount of vitamin A, which is good for our eyes. It is known that our eyes have two types of photoreceptor, one is rods, which is used for peripheral vision; the other is cones, which is used for central vision. These photoreceptors contain rhodopsin, which can sense the light. Rhodopsin consists of 11-cisretinae and oposin, of which the former is the derivative of vitamin A. When vitamin A is deficient, the synthesis of rhodopsin is not enough, which leads to the night blindness. Lack of vitamin A can damage ocular nerves and in serious case, symptoms such as atrophy of lacrimal grand, decreasing secretion of tears develop. As a result, dry eyes, nubecula, corneal edema are likely to develop. Even it can lead to blindness in serious case. Therefore, eat more foods rich of vitamin A, such as carrots, potatoes and green vegetables.
Mild dehydration won't cause blurred vision, but i am sorry to tell you that you will not only get blurred vision but also lose your marbles easily if you get severe dehydration. What's more, just a few weeks of extreme dehydration can initiate cataract formation, my advice is staying at the bed to have a rest and using oral glucose electrolyte solution to supplement the loss of fluids. Please attach enough importance to dehydration.
If your temporary puffiness around the eyes is caused by a buildup of lymphatic fluid, you need to do things to promote lymphatic drainage. Exercise and massage often help. You can drink lots of water too, because water can flush out the puffiness. If your puffiness is caused by irritation, you can put cool cucumber slices on your eyes. The coolness will make you feel pretty good. Cucumbers have powerful antioxidants and flavinoids which can reduce irritation. Chamomile tea can help reduce the swelling too. But they need to be chilled. Only cold cucumbers or tea bags can work better. And you'd better apply for four to five minutes.
Sometimes, i got red circles under the eyes,too. To get rid of the red circles look under the eyes, i usually use skin cream on it. And the red circles under the eyes will gone themselves after a good sleep. Besides, cucumber slice are recommend. You can apply cucumber slice on the eyes for about 15-20 minutes that can help you reduce the red circles. Also, if you have no time to treat it, you can apply liquid foundation to help you see better. Hope this can hep you.
Definitely yes, you are not wearing prescription glasses can lead to nausea and even migraines. Because of the eye can play havoc, and the straining of the eyes especially when you do not have the aid of specs which cause headache. You can feel worse if you go out in the bright sunlight, you can hardly open your eyes. Medicine does not help to overcome this situation. Only wear your properly and correctly prescribed glasses again can deal with that.
There are several home remedies to prevent and reduce the appearance of under-eye bags such as getting adequate sleep and reducing caffeine and alcohol intake. Other treatments include using medical-grade eye creams with high concentrations of antioxidant vitamins C and E and hyaluronic acid-which helps increase hydration and resiliency-as well as vitamin K, which reduces the appearance of dark circles and broken blood vessels. People can also use cool compresses daily to help prevent under-eye bags from worsening. These therapies can only prevent the problem from getting worse, they do not cure one of the ailment.
Well, there are many things you should take into consideration. The first one is sun protection, which means that the sunglasses that you choose should be 100% UV protection. The second one is glare reduction. This means that the sunglasses that you choose should be effective at cutting reflective glare from certain smooth surfaces. A pair of polarized sunglasses can do this for you. The third one is that you should choose those sunglasses that have a barrier between the wearer's eyes and environmental conditions. They can help reduce the rate of evaporation of tears and help keep your eyes moist and comfortable. The fourth one is that your sunglasses should reduce headache and eyestrain. The fifth one is vision improvement. But if you don't have any vision problems, you can just buy a pair of plano sunglasses. If you have some vison problems, you can buy a pair of prescription sunglasses. Hope this helped!
Ok,It looks like you have to be in front of a computer due to work requirements. Surely it would make your eyes strained to face the computer screen for long time. Of course that would lead to red eyes, eye fatigue, which could give rise to watery eyes. And here I would like to recommend that you try to take some breaks during working hours, and try to drink some green tea, or wear some protection goggles to minimize that damage.
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