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  • I think there won't be anything wrong with your glasses if you give them the right prescription. And the glasses won't affect your vision. You can have a try. If you can't see things clearly after your put on them, you can consult the optician for possible reasons. There is a kind of sunglasses which has big curves which can wrap our eyes. It is a kind of style. There is nothing wrong with this kind of sunglasses. You can search on the internet to find some pictures of these sunglasses and then you won't doubt about this anymore. You can search for "sports sunglasses" on Google.

  • Eyelash extensions are any number of enhancements designed to add length, thickness and fullness to natural eyelashes. But they contain numerous chemical substances, which are not all good to our eyes and eyelashes. If the one who uses eyelash extensions in a long time, eyelashes may fall out due to chemical reflection. And eyelashes also may fall out by rubbing eyes violently. With time flies, eyelashes will loss because of poor growth ability. Plus, honey and ginger can help with eyelashes growing in a safe way.

  • I do not think it is a good idea. I like reading too and I used to read online or on computer. But after a long period of time, I have some trouble of my eyes. Painful, watery, itchy and bloody. I consulted my eye care doctor. And he told me that it was eyestrain. For further development, it could be blurred vision even lose vision. Eyestrain is result from using your eyes over an extended period of time, like reading or watching TV/display. If you still wanna read ebooks, there are some items you must obey: 1. Lighting. Your eyes are easier to get strain as in dark circumstance. 2. Lightness of your screen. Too bright light would damage your eyes. 3. Have appropriate rest. Move your eyes from screen for 10 to 15min after 2-3hours. 4. Hot compress. Deep the towel into hot water and cover it on your eyes for 10-15min. 5. Blink eyes frequently, which can moisten your eyes to prevent dryness and irritation. 6. Eye exercise.

  • It Depends. If your prescription has stabilized and you plan on keeping the same pair of glasses for several years, then glasses are cheaper than contact lenses. but generally speaking, glasses more expensive than contacts.

  • Well, according to what you said, I think your eyes are just in critical conditions. our eyes are quite weak and could not bear so much damage, it must be really painful. Anyway, I suggest that you do not try to deal with it on your own, just try to get some effective and timely treatment in the eye clinic. Remember, do not try to rub your eyes or pull the poke out of your eyes.

  • Some eye exercises that can stimulate tear ducts can help treat dry eyes effectively. One of these eye exercises is blinking. Close your eyes tightly for several seconds and then open them to start blinking for a few times. Repeat this exercise untill the tears flow. Then the tears will keep your dry eyes moist. Or you can move your eyeballs to stimulate tear ducts and help treat dry eyes. Just move your eyeballs to the left and right as long as possible, and then up and down, which may help the tears start to flow and then treat your dry eyes.

  • Try it on then you will see what color and what style is suitable for you.

  • It has nothing to do with his prescription. It would be suggested to take him to professional Pediatrics Ophthalmologist to have his eyes examined. BTW, can he use his right hand & left hand normally? If not, maybe some problem with the control of his left brain & right brain?

  • Not exactly, actually, when the eye's optical power and length do not match perfectly, vision will not be in focus. If your distance vision is blurry, but close-up objects are clear, you are myopic. If you are hyperopic, you can see clearly in the distance but only by expending more focusing effort than normal, and even more effort for up close. Myopic and hyperopic are different and it was found that almost all hyperopic and emmetropic eyes showed an age-related gyperopic shift, but only a small proportion of myopic eyes shifted toward hyperopia, with others remaining relatively stable and still others increasing in myopia.

  • Glasses in LensCrafters are usually a little expensive than opther online optical stores. They provide different styles of glasses frames with a number of price ranges. The designer glasses there usually cost around $200-300. The normal glasses there also will cost you over $100. The thick framed glasses in LensCrafters may cost you about $250. So I would not suggest you get that kind of thick frame eyeglasses from LensCrafters. There are many cheap online optical stores offering stylish geek glasses with lower price, such as 39dollarglasses and zennioptical. You can go there and have a look