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Eye Care Directory offers up-to-date information about the optical eyeglasses stores and eye doctors for your vision needs in the Blackwood of Gwent. You may arrange an free eye exam, buy prescription eyeglasses, RX sunglasses or donate your old eyeglasses by using the contact information in the directory.
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    1.Specsavers

    167 High Street
    Blackwood,Gwent NP12 1AA

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    Optical stores in Blackwood offer most discounted inexpensive prescription eyeglasses, prescription sunglasses, both in single vision (SV) and bifocal or progressive lenses. Most optical shops in the Blackwood have an adjacent independent optometrist's office for the convenience of the customers. Opticians in the stores will help determine your pupillary distance (PD) and fit glasses, sunglasses, contact lenses and other eyewear based on the prescriptions written by optometrists and eye doctors. Other staff members may guide you through the selection and try-on of glass frames to finalize your purchase...
  • 2.ASDA Opticians

    within Asda High St
    Blackwood,Gwent NP12 0NT

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  • 3.Peter Hong Opticians

    69 High St
    Blackwood,Gwent NP12 1YU

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  • 4.George & Elworthy Opticians Ltd

    208 High St
    Blackwood,Gwent NP12 1AJ

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    167 High Street
    Blackwood,Gwent NP12 1AA

  • Peter Hong Opticians

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    69 High St
    Blackwood,Gwent NP12 1YU

  • George & Elworthy Opticians Ltd

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    208 High St
    Blackwood,Gwent NP12 1AJ

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    within Asda High St
    Blackwood,Gwent NP12 0NT

  • Firmoo Answers

  • I don't wear any glasses under the 3d, but yeah after a while it does make my head feel a bit weird.

  • The redness is caused by the eye strain after you use your computer. I won't suggest you use eye drops to get rid of it. I think the best way is to take regular breaks during using the computer, which can make your eyes relax and relieve from the eye strain.

  • Yes, of course. It is very important for sunglasses having UV protection. Because UV radiation from the sun can damage not only the skin of your eyelid but also the cornea, lenses and other parts of the eye. UV exposure also contributes to the development of certain types of cataracts. On the other hand, you should know that not all sunglasses have UV protection. There are also some types of sunglasses which don't have been designed with UV protection. So it all depends on your own needs and your choice. But in my opinion, considering the health of your skin, you'd better choose a pair of sunglasses with UV protection.

  • Well, it is normal to have this kind situation. And in my opinion, it has something to do with the vestibular system. As we know that the vestibular system has to do with balance. According to some researches, movement, especially rapid or sudden movement, such as rubbing your eyes, can cause the water to shift and trigger the hair like structures to send signals to the brain. And then it sends signals to the eyes and limbs aimed at restoring your balance and sense of place in the world. so after rubbing your eyes, your vision and sense of place gets messed up for a while, and at that time, you will see stars. But you should not worry about it and it can disappear in a second.

  • Actually not, the myopia is a common vision problem, when the light comes, it would focus in the front of the retina instead of directly focus on the retina. So the myopia can see the nearby object clearly, but the far away object is blurry. The age range of myopia is teenagers normally, that is to say, the eye vision wouldn't be stable until 20 years. When you are aging, the myopia wouldn't improve as your wrinkle.

  • The reason is that you have sunburned eyes. The UV and UVB in the sunlight not only pose great danger to our skin and eventually cause skin cancer, but also lead to sunburned eyes. To protect the eyes, the lenses of adults will absorb a specific amount of UV radiation and near-UV. But being exposed to sunlight or strong glare for too long will break the natural defense. So your eyes will have burning or gritty sensation. Blurred vision or snow blindness may also happen to you. You will not feel uncomfortable when the sunburn happens to you. Instead, you will have the feeling several hours later. After being burned, your eyes will recover in a week or more on their own. However, if your eyes get burned repeatedly, you are prone to have scar tissue in eyes and cataracts. For the sake of your eyes, wear a pair of sunglasses next time when you are in the sunlight.

  • Well, yes, blocked tear duct can be hereditary. In common, there are some people, who are born with it. As we know that blocked tear duct, is a result of an improperly formed tear duct that obstructs the tear drainage system. Generally speaking, the tear duct drains tears from the eye to the inside of the nose. And you should know that if the duct cannot drain the tears, they have nowhere to go and may collect in the eye, leading to irritation. Some symptoms can include tears pooling in the eyes or draining down the eyelid and cheeks, discharge from the eye. Treatment for a blocked tear duct is usually simple and may include massaging the tear duct or antibiotics if an infection is present. Also, surgery may be essential in some degree.

  • In fact, beta carotene could keep instead of improve eye vision. Carrots are one kind of food that is high in beta carotene, which is made into vitamin A when processed by the liver. Vitamin A is essential for us to keep healthy retina. Because of it can protect our retina, improve night vision as well. The other food that contain beta carotene are sweet potatoes, broccoli etc.

  • If you are the anemia with hereditary, the dark circles under the eyes may belong to the hereditary. However, it is rare to see this situation. You may lack of sleep or stay up too late at night which cause the dark circles under your eyes. You should eat more food with vitamin C to moisture the eyes and adopt some skin protection products to get rid of the dark circles under the eyes.

  • Wearing contacts improperly will make it easy to develop a serious eye infection. Contacts may also cause dry eye so that tear fluid production decreases. Then your eyes will feel dry just like there is something in it, which make you feel uncomfortable. Some people even develop a real severe dry eye that makes wearing contacts impossible. However, they're actually pretty safe nowadays. The new ones 'breathe' allowing air to get into your eye in a better sense.