Shaw Barbara

Shaw Barbara

03-366 6249

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

58 Armagh St
Christchurch,South Island

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  • Well, I guess it may be caused by your eating too much salty food during your period. At this time, there is too much water stored inside your body, so naturally, your puffy eyes just come into being. But I have some home remedies for you to remove your puffy eyes. Apply a cool compress to your eyes and your situation will get much better, trust me. Or you can also place an ice cold spoon on your eyelids, which is said to be very effective. You can try this.

  • Oh, I believe you are quite into robin meade, who is one of the most amazing hostess in America, and sometimes she would choose to wear glasses in order to be more attractive. I mean, what she wears is called nerd glasses ,which are quite popular and commonly seen around us, you could get any nerd glasses at any optical store, or have a visit at Walmart vision center for more options and better prices.

  • It is normal for you to have the headache when you get the cold because of the weak immune system. The interlinked nerves will also cause your eyes hurt which you need to pay attention to. You should use the eye drops to release your eyes and make your eyes get moisture. In addition, you should also use the warm compress to make your eyes feel comfortable.

  • The answer is absolutely yes, and generally speaking, it's quite normal for the pregnant. There is a professional interpretation. During pregnancy, the circulation of our metabolism will slow down, the thickness of cornea is increase which make it is more hard to burst into tears. At the same time, the uterus contains a lot of amniotic fluid, both of them are easily lead to a puffy eyes. In addition, if the pregnant so exhausted that couldn't have enough rest she was supposed, the condition can be worse. In a word, a good rest is of the essence. Get enough sleep and general nutrition without thinking too much, and then, after 3 to 5 months at most, your puffy eyes will disappear certainly.

  • The most important difference lies on the distance. The regular glasses you wear don't really provide the accurate vision correction for the distances typical in computer work. In order to see clearly, many resort to the methods of leaning toward the screen or looking down through the bottom part of their lenses. Such mis-position in working usually lead to eyestrain, dry eyes, headaches and blurred visions. With computer glasses, because the powers are particularly adjusted for the computer vision distances, there is no need to adjust the sitting position in order to see. Also computer glasses can have anti-glare coating to resist the radiation , but you usually have to request this when you order them .

  • Generally speaking, there would be some causes that lead to your problem, such as low BP, diabetes, obesity, lack of vitamins, bad physical conditions, etc. So, you must figure out where went wrong with your body. And you must try to take actions against the problem. Try to consult a doctor in the hospital and take his sincere suggestions.

  • Yes, it is bad for eyes. Diabetes could bring eye problems in many ways. First of all, let me give you a briefing about diabetes. Diabetes happens because your body stops producing one kind of hormone called insulin, or producing less insulin. Insulin could help digest glucose in your body, transferring glucose to energy. Without enough insulin, there will be too much glucose in your body which affects the normal work of all other part of your body. Then how does it affect your eyes? The most common eye condition that caused by diabetes is involved with the blood vessels, which supply the retina. This kind of condition is called diabetic retinopathy. When diabetes is not under control, the high blood sugar caused by diabetes will impact the lens of inside the eye. As time goes by, your vision could get cloudy, which is called cataract. It is really very bad for eyes. If you are suffering from diabetes, I suggest you go to the doctor for help. Meanwhile, you must control your diet and control your weight. One friend of mine, her father is a diabetes patient. After he adopted a surgery to shrink his stomach, he lost 40KG in two months. And his blood sugar level gets normal since then. So I think it is important to control your food intake and weight. Hope you could get well soon.

  • First of all, you need bright and clear eyes to look young. If you have vitreous opacity, you may look old and ill. Secondly, young eyes have elastic eyelids and eye skin. If you have eye bags under your eyes, you may appear to be at least 10 years older that your age. Thirdly, thick eyelashes make your eyes biger and younger. You know why women like to wear false eyelashes. Last but not the least, you should have affirmative and vibrant eye expression. Eyes are the windows of one's soul. If you have a young attitude, your eyes can tell it.

  • Swimming with swimming goggles are highly recommnede. Swimming with your contact lenses on, is possible but very risky. The health risk associated is merely dependent upon the body of water you are in. When swimming on lakes and rivers, there is a huge possibility for a microorganism called acanthamoeba to adhere to your lens, causing infection and inflammation of your cornea (acanthamoeba keratitis). Swimming around pools and ocean waters on the other hand, decreases your susceptibility to microbial infection, but other problems may evolve. In the pool--eye irritation is possible when chlorine sticks on the surface of your lens; in the ocean--your contact lenses can be dislodge when you encounter large waves. You can still wear your lenses, but do so but with proper precautions. Source from:https://www.ehow.com/how_4539929_can-wear-contact-lenses-swimming.html.

  • Well, yes, low iron can cause eye twitching in some degree. Generally speaking, there are many reasons which can lead to eye twitching. But on the other hand, you should know that low iron can also cause eye twitching. So just be careful about it. According to some experts, iron deficiency can lead to other eye problems, such as eye twitching, eye floaters, dark circles, puffy eyes, even red eyes. At this moment, you need to intake more iron. Also, to treat eye twitching, I will suggest you take a cold compresses on your eyes, and repeat it several time. And then it can just disappear. Besides, eye drops will be effective.