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Ok, it seems that you don't like what you have got. But as a matter of fact, there are simply no natural ways to give you desired effects. However, you could try some circle contact lenses, which could give you whatever color you prefer and they are very popular. But they could also give you negative impacts if you rely too much on them. Just try to wear them if necessary ok? They could be got at Walmart vision center. And I recommend Johnson and Johnson to you, they are quite healthy and reliable.
There are four types of progressive glasses which are Standard Progressive Lenses, Short Corridor Progressive Lenses, Computer Progressive Lenses and Premium Progressive Lenses. However I am not sure which one will suit you best because I don't know your exact information. So you should go to your doctor, he will give you some advice.
Yes, gooseberry is so good for your eyes. It is true that gooseberry is so beneficial for the eyes. The gooseberry contains 18 kinds of amino acids which are required in the human body, like vitamin C, B1, B2 and iron tin minerals such as potassium zinc phosphate. Every 100 grams of fresh fruit contains vitamin C200 mg. The vitamin C content is higher than that of most fruit several times or even one hundred times, second only to the kiwi fruit which was second biological flavonoids content which is very high at the same time. It has the softening blood vessels which can reduce blood fat and blood pressure filling calcium and enhance human immunity anti-cancer action such as currant. It not only can be eaten raw but also be processed into juice, jam, fruit wine fruit paste and so on. The gooseberry will make your eyes to be moisture because of the containing vitamin C. Your eyes will become clear at the eye sight.
Candle flame may seen to be week, but it can somehow hurt your eyes. The very sensitive macula of the retina can be burned out if you stare at the light for a long time. No body can look into the sun because the light is so strong. After you staring at the candle flame, and then close your eye, you will see bright spot in your eye. That's because the candle flame had affect your retina. But candle flame is so week and it hard for you to focus on the light all the time. Your eyes will move slightly so it avoid be burned. Compared with sun light, candle flame are so week to burn your eyes unless you have a very bad eye condition.
Dry eyes are the most common side effects of eye drops cuz long term usage of eye drops can affect the normal producing of tears which are the most important factor to keep your eyes moist. Some kinds of eye drops may cause allergy and complications.
Not exactly. Computer reading glasses are mainly designed for computer users whose visual distance is much farther than reading a book. That said, eye strain is not necessarily alleviated by wearing computer reading glasses.
It is not normal for your eyes to get watery when you look at the sky. Your eyes may get infection because of invisible bacterium. You could use some eye drops with anti-inflammation to make your eyes get comfortable and get moisture. You could also do the warm compress to make your eyes get comfortable. You need to protect your eyes carefully.
Your eyes may not focus based on a number of reasons. One possible answer is you have myopia, thus your muscle or pupil has not responded to distance as you look around. Another cause is you get eyestrain, especially when you staring on a computer or on any other object for a prolonged period, your eyes muscle are fatigue so that you vision could not focus any more. On the other side, if you are glasses wearer, maybe the degree of your glasses is not suitable for your requirement. But I highly recommend you to go to see an eye doctor to check it.
Well, of course they are different from each other. Generally speaking, PD stands for "Pupillary distance" in glasses. And it is the distance between the pupil of your right eye and the pupil of your left eye. The standard measurement is taken in millimeters. When measuring a PD it is important that the eyes are still and facing forwards. A proper measurement of a PD ensures that the lenses are positioned correctly in relation to the pupil centers. On the other hand, axis describes the lens meridian that contains no cylinder power to correct astigmatism. And it is defined with a number from 1 to 180. The number 90 corresponds to the vertical meridian of the eye, and the number 180 corresponds to the horizontal meridian. So they are different from each other.
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