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In terms of this,u might as well consider using dark brown eye shadow to cover uy shortcoming.Well,I don't mean that ur eyes r ugly.I just want to help u to make turquoise eyes stand out.Or u can also choose to wear some dark colored contacts.I think this can be the most useful.According to my observation,people with colored contacts usually make their eyes to stand out.
Well, sounds like you have encountered some problems with both your eyes and teeth. As far as I know, some cases indicate that what you said is very possible, because many parts of our body are interconnected especially our the five sense organs. So all you have to do is to take some actions against your problem, medicines, or just visit a doctor in time.
The most common type of vision impairment in children is refractive error. Refractive error is where one or both of a child's eyes are unable to bring parallel rays of light to focus on the retina. The three main types of refractive error are: myopia (short-sightedness),hyperopia (long-sightedness) and astigmatism.In children, significant levels of refractive error may result in blurred near vision and/or blurred distance vision. Children may also suffer from strained or sore eyes, headaches, watery eyes and screwing up of the eyes. It is normal during the first few years of life for changes to occur in a child's eyesight. Most newborn babies are long-sighted but as they grow this typically decreases to the point where by around schoolage or early adolescence they have minimal or no refractive error. However if this process does not happen normally then permanent refractive errors such as short- or long-sightedness can develop.
Some people will dip their glasses into soap water because this will help clean the grease on the frame and lenses. But I don't suggest you to do that. you can rinse your eyeglasses with soap water for a while and then rinse them with clean tap water. And this kind of way is only recommended when your glasses are very dirty. The metal on your frame will have chemical reaction with soap water that's why you can't dip them in soap water for a long time.
Will yes, we can say that bloodshot eyes may be a sign of diabetes. First, you should know that when you suffer diabetes, it may result in cataracts, and glaucoma problems. By the way, because of diabetes, it can lead to weaker blood vessels. So the disorders in your eyes can happen. Anyway, your eyes will turn to bloodshot, even red. Of course, in some cases, it may result in dry eyes, blurred vision too. But on the other hand, for bloodshot eyes, it can be caused by eye infection and irritants. So just pay more attention to it.
Glasses just can improve our eyesight, but they couldn%u2019t improve our hearing. If you really think that you hear better, I%u2019m sorry to say that is just an illusion in your brain.
Because I don't know if you are a girl or a boy, it's difficult to tell which is best for you. But I can give you several options which may be useful to you. First, if you are a boy, and you have a chubby and oval cheek, the best choice is a horizontal frame which is slightly larger than facial lines. Second, if you are a girl , it's more important to choose the right kind of eyeglasses .in my opinion , you should choose the rough edges or large exaggeration frames . Because these kinds of frames can make your face look smaller, in the end, it can enhance your overall image.
It’s normal and there is no way to prevent this. Don’t worry though! This happens to many people.
Well, it is hard to say. This not only depends on how your protect your vision after that surgery but also your age. You have to know that, with your age going on, your vision will change a lot. A lot of people who enters 40 begin to have longsightedness, which is just as annoying as nearsightedness. You should understand that.
NO,you can't use reading glasses to watch TV. Reading glasses are prescribed to correct near vision(the distance is about 10 inches). You need to get a separate pair of prescription glasses for distant view.
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