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The Eye Institute

The Eye Institute

(918) 747-3937

Category: Eye Doctor

2000 S Wheeling Ave
Tulsa, OK 74104

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  • Herpes are caused by the infection of viruses, which can lead to red and swollen skin as well as hot and aching feeling. People who get herpes should go to the hospital as soon as possible to get anti-virus transfusion in case that the condition gets worse. If the viruses infect the eyes, it will cause eye swelling. You should pay attention to your personal eye hygiene and get adequate rest and sleep. Do not eat irritative foods such as spicy dishes, alcohos, and do not smoke. You should eat more vegetables and fruits to supplement much vitamins and minerals to enhance your immunity.

  • Sorry, but most of the above answers are wrong IMHO. If you wear too strong minus glasses, it effectively makes you far-sighted, with the typical symptoms: it makes looking in the distance more tiresome since your eyes have to accomodate, and it may make reading impossible. If you wear too strong plus glasses, you won't be able to see in the distance. These things can not be corrected by the brain, since the brain can only handle what is on your retina, and if it is unsharp, information is missing. If you could get used to wearing too strong glasses, near- and far-sightedness could be cured, which is not the case, unfortunately. For farsigtedness, a distinction must be made between on the one hand juvenile farsigtedness which is caused by the geometry of the eye (too short or too flat), like nearsigtedness is caused by an eye that is too long - and on the other hand the farsigtedness of elder people, caused by an increasing inability to accomodate. Perhaps training can play a role here - or conversely, the lack of training due to too strong glasses.
    Finally, young children usually are slightly farsighted, which is easily compensated by their strong ability to accomodate. This farsightedness disappears as they eyes grow. Strong farsighted young children will likewise observe a reduction in farsigntedness. It has been suggested that wearing glasses may impair this process, and keep children farsighted that otherwise would no longer have needed glasses when they get older. Animal experiments did not confirm this hypothesis. Furthermore, uncorrected strong farsightedness may cause problems that are far worse, like squiting and a lazy eye. A lazy eye is disconnected by the brain, so to say, so glasses correction wil not help if the lazyness has become irreversible.

  • The possible eye colors of human beings are amber, blue, brown, gray, green, hazel, and in the case of complete albinism, red based on the Martin-Schultz scale of eye color. In general, eye's iris pigmentation and light scattering frequency determine and change the eye colors. Various eye colors can occur in different parent-child combinations due to the complex eye color genetics. Violet is not mentioned in the category, while such colors may be a sign to indicate the pathological changes, like albinism etc, which is also said by the albinism.org. I think perhaps "violet" eyes was just categorized as blue because that is what they actually look like.

  • Yes, using the phone in the dark is bad for the eyes because of the too near distance from the light resource and the strong stimulation for the eye nerves. If you do this often, your eyes may get short sighted. Or you may get other eye problems. Thus you'd better not do this.

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  • No. Oversized sunglasses are not suitable for people who have small PD. If you wear sunglasses that are not suitable for you, they will cause damage to your eyes. When we choose glasses, the most important thing is that the glasses must fit us properly.

  • Nope, but it could help you to reduce eyestrain. We always hear people say green makes eyes better, that is to say, this color could make you feel more relaxed somehow, especially after you starring a computer or TV screen for a prolonged period. However, it could make your muscle of eyes relax instead of improve eyesight. Normally you need to look at natural green things, as you said, green trees far from you could relax your eyes. However, it is always harmful to stare at one object for a long time without moving your eyeball, no matter what the color of it is.

  • Reading glasses are suitable for reading distance (30mm)while computer glasses are for computer distance(60mm). You'd better wear special made computer glasses when you using computer.

  • No, it is not quite impossible that saliva would lead to eye infection. Ninety-nine percent of the salive of human beings is water, and it also contains some amylase and lysozyme which can help people digest the foods and which has the bactericidal effects. Therefore, generally speaking saliva will not cause eye infection. If you get some saliva in your eyes, yon can just use pelnty of clean flowing water to wash your eyes clean.