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Well, first, I have to say that it is possible to have painful eyes when you eat too much sugar. Also, you need know that eating sugar may also cause burning eyes in some degree. So that can be a normal situation. To relieve your pain in the eyes, first, you should stop eating sugar. And then you can put some cool ice or cool cucumbers on your eyes to have some cold compresses, and then, just repeat them. Also, a diet rich in fresh fruits and vegetables which provide lots of antioxidants, especially vitamins A and C can be a good option. Anyway, you can just have a try.
usually a progressive lens is a little bigger than regular lens. A progressive lens should be a minimum of thirty mm from the top of the lens to the bottom part. It wonÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t take much time to get used .just treat them as regular ones .whether you are able to take them back for replacement should depend on the seller's policy .so you'd better call the store where you bought them to ask .
The eye vision is mainly influenced by generic and acquired factors. However, the generic factor can be occupied a little part. If you wanna keep and improve your vision naturally, it's better to cultivate a good habit firstly. Remember not to rub your eyes or frequently touch your eyes. Your eyes need to rest after a certain period, watch more green trees. And there are some vegetable and fruits that contains various nutrition, which can help you keep good vision, such as carrot with a large number of vitamin A.
Yes, I think reading too much is bad for your eye health. As you are reading for a long time, your eyes will feel tired. If you donâ€™t give them the enough time to have a rest, they may lead to many other eyes diseases, such as the dry eyes. On the other hand, when you have read for a long time, your eyes have to focus on the small items. In this way, it will lead to the high eye pressure and finally they can damage your eyes. Anyway, you should not be supposed to be reading for a long time. Reading in a certain time and then you can go outside to relax. It will be good for your eye health.
Yes, it can be bad for the eyes to frequently see DJ lasers. This is because that the DJ lasers are usually dazzling and glaring, which is highly radiant and irritative. The eyes of human beings are very sensative to radiation and heat, frequent irritation from the dazzling DJ lasers can be a great irritation to the eyes, making the eyes feel uncomfortable, itchy, painful. A long time of frequent exposure to the DJ lasers can lead to blurry vision, poor eyesight, eye fatigue, and so on. And the iris, which is right in the front of the crystalline lenses will easily get affected, leading to iritis when the condition is serious. Therefore, avoid the DJ lasers as possible as you can, and if you have to get in touch with DJ lasers, you had better wear a pair of sunglasses with polarized lenses or some other protective eyewear.
Eye floaters are usually caused by the vitreous appearing opacity, say, it is affected inflammation, bleeding, trauma and some generalized disorders in body. People who are with such symptoms may see things with squinting or more than that appearing impaired vision. Naturally, vitreous floaters are one of the most common eye findings in elders aged 40 and over. Based on above theoretical knowledge, the vitamins are of help to the eye floaters and different vitamins have different efficacy. Vitamin A is not unnecessary nutrient of our eyes. Vitamin C and E can destroy free radical which can improve the immunity function of eye and prevent from vision decreasing. And vitamin B can promote the ocular eye cell to metabolize. Of course, if you need more methods to heal the eye floaters, here I offer some other advice. It will be good to you if you can consume less drink with caffeine. Food delicate is just Ok. You can eat more animal liver, eggs, beans, mushroom, fresh vegetable and fruits, etc. In fact, however, if you feel your eyes feeling continue strong drying, tiring and itchy or even burning, I suppose you go to specialized ophthalmology to ask for eye doctors' suggestion.
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Well, it seems that there is something wrong with your eyes, and from what I know, droopy eyelid is a very complicated problem that some of us would have. As a matter of fact, the problem could be divided into different types, which is based on the causes. As you asked, tiredness or fatigue, would make droopy eyelid worse, but generally speaking, it would not give rise to droopy eyelid. If the situation is really bad, I suggest you visit a doctor.
Yes, it can. When you are allergic these days, the dust around you may not avoided by just blinking. Or you have to sit in front of computer for a long time. The above two things may get your eyes red. If the bloodshot of eyes can't be released totally, there will be floaters in your eyes.
Glasses are delicate and can be easily scratched and damaged. Prominent scratches can affect the quality of the lenses and mar your vision through the lenses. Prevention is key when caring for your sunglasses, but accidents can occur. Scratches can easily be repaired with a few inexpensive household items, subsequently saving time and repair costs if you were to visit your optometrist. 1. Use toothpaste. Apply a small amount of toothpaste on the lenses. Use a soft, cotton cloth to rub the toothpaste into the lenses. Use a small circular motion. The toothpaste will act as a filler and fill in the gap created by the scratch. Continue applying a circular motion for 10 seconds and rinse with lukewarm water. If the scratch is deep or stubborn, you might have to repeat the process. 2. Use baking soda to remove scratches on your sunglasses. Mix 1 part water to 2 parts baking soda to create a creamy paste. Use the cotton cloth to distribute the paste onto the scratched lens. Use a circular motion to rub the baking soda paste into the lens. Rinse with lukewarm water. More stubborn scratches warrant a second application. 3. Use windshield fluid. The windshield fluid will polish off the scratches. Apply a small amount of windshield fluid onto a cotton cloth. Polish the sunglasses with the cotton cloth for several seconds. This method is especially effective against smaller scratches but may not remove prominent blemishes. 4. Use vehicle wax. The lipids in the wax will fill in the scratches. Apply a small amount of vehicle wax onto the cotton cloth. Apply the cotton cloth into the offensive scratch. Keep using a circular motion until the scratch is removed. You may need to use several cloths, as the wax can adhere to the fabric, subsequently marring its performance. 5. Use an eyeglass polishing kit, which usually contain a soft cloth and polishing liquid. These kits are great to use on your glasses, telescopes and camera lenses, and can be purchased from your local drugstore or optometrist's office.
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