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It seems that the goggles your father gave you don't suit you very much and you just have uncomfortable feelings. So, the first things you should do is to adjust the ribbon of the goggle which produces pressure around your head. Perhaps the ribbon is too long, so you can just adjust it to the most suitable condition. If this doesn't work, I suggest you buy a new one, but be sure that you try them on before you do a deal with the merchant, lest it should not fit you.
I do not think that we can help you with this problem. Maybe you need to search for it from your whole house. Or you need to buy a new pair.
All right, it seems that you had taken laser eye surgery in order to improve your vision. Despite the fact that it is quite effective in terms of regaining our lost vision. But it also brings along some side effects, such as dizzy feelings, watery eyes, painful eyes, or nausea, very terrible. Anyway, it comes from higher eye pressure or you need sometimes to adjust to new vision. But if the problem becomes serious, you should visit a doctor.
Ok, it seems that you are going to swim for fun, and it would be wise for you to rule out contacts. So, as you can see, it would be very convenience for us to have a pair of prescription swimming goggles, which both facilitate our vision and our swimming fun. However, those goggles are not very popular, then you have to visit some large optical centers such as Walmart vision center, where you could ask those clerks to make a special pair for you.
If there is acute pain accompanied by swollen and blootshot eyes, it could possibly be conjunctivitis. It is highly recommended for you to see the eye doctor. Your vision may get worse rapidly if they don't get timely treatment.
Monovision contact lenses are designed for people with presbyopia. Usually we will wear one lens for distant vision on the dominant eye and the other lens for near vision on the non-dominant eye. When you look far away, the dominant eye takes over the non dominant eye and the brain usually get visual information from the dominant eye, so the distant vision will not be affected by the non dominabt eye with near vision correction too much. However, it usually take people a week or 2 to get used to monovision contact lenses.
Personally, I think there are several tips for you to choose a suitable pair of sunglasses for yourself. In the first place, you should be aware of your own face shape, which is a quite important step before buying a pair of sunglass. The sunglasses you are going to buy must decorate and modify your face shape, as well as the whole dressing. For example, if you have a round face or big face, I'd suggest you to buy a pair of bigger sunglass, for it can make your face look much smaller and thinner. Secondly, you should pay attention to the color of the sunglass. The bight colors would help to make you fashionable and young, while the dark color make you look professional and mature. Therefore, choosing the colors of your sunglasses depends on your own personality, profession and other certain factors. At last, you should also follow some fashion trends. It is important to choose a pair of fashionable sunglass which really suits you as well.
this happens because the song your singing can be emotional.
The floating things in your eyes are definitely eye floaters. People can see eye floaters usually when they're looking at a background which is not contrastive, blue sky or a blank wall for example. The floaters will finally disappear on their own. Actually, the floaters are gel that is between the lens and retina. People can see them because that pieces of gel float to the front of the eye. The floaters finally disappear after they float all around the eye. Floaters can be seen by anyone at any time. When you experience flashes of light or a loss of vision, you should take the floaters seriously, for this is the sign of damage or detachment of the retina. In this case, a surgery such as laser and cryogenic probe is necessary for curing the retina.
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