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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 Winchester of Hampshire. 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

    Unit 9 The Brooks Shopping Centre
    Winchester,Hampshire SO23 8QY

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    Optical stores in Winchester offer most discounted inexpensive prescription eyeglasses, prescription sunglasses, both in single vision (SV) and bifocal or progressive lenses. Most optical shops in the Winchester 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.Boots UK

    144 High St
    Winchester,Hampshire SO23 9AY

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  • 3.Rawlings Opticians

    60 High St
    Winchester,Hampshire SO23 9BX

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  • 4.Vision Express

    40 High Street
    Winchester,Hampshire SO23 9BL

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  • 5.Boots Opticians Ltd

    64 High Street
    Winchester,Hampshire SO23 9BX

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  • 6.LEIGHTONS OPTICIANS

    67 St. Georges St
    Winchester,Hampshire SO23 8AH

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  • 7.D & A The Opticians

    64 High St
    Winchester,Hampshire SO23 9BX

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    144 High St
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    60 High St
    Winchester,Hampshire SO23 9BX

  • Vision Express

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    40 High Street
    Winchester,Hampshire SO23 9BL

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    64 High Street
    Winchester,Hampshire SO23 9BX

  • LEIGHTONS OPTICIANS

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    67 St. Georges St
    Winchester,Hampshire SO23 8AH

  • D & A The Opticians

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    64 High St
    Winchester,Hampshire SO23 9BX

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    Unit 9 The Brooks Shopping Centre
    Winchester,Hampshire SO23 8QY

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  • Your eyes shake side to side is because the of necessary eye movement. When your eyes are attempted to focus on something, your eyes will automatically shake side to side to track objects smoothly. This eye movement is called saccadic eye movement. But if your eyes jumps or skips or overshoots the object, it is a sign of vestibular problem. If you have this kind of problem, you will have balance issues, vertigo or nausea.

  • Eyelid twitch is one of the most common types of eyelid spasms. Eyelid twitch is caused by something we still don't know for sure. Slight spasm of the lower, or even both eyelids is common, and of no concern. Symptoms are twitching or spasm around the eyes, or facial spasms. These symptoms may not necessary mean that you have eyelid spasms. The best would be if you consult your doctor to confirm any diagnosis, whether is good or bad. Treatment for your lower eyelid twitching requires no treatment, as they usually resolve spontaneously. You should reduce stress if there is any, because sometimes it can be provoked by it. Try use warm soaks, or correction of any refractive error also may help. Some ophthalmologists recommend reducing caffeine usage.

  • According to what you have described, I can see that recently, your eyes have got some troubles. The reason may be various and you must try to figure out where went wrong, did you work too hard or played too much games, or did you just lacked some sleep,etc. Anyway, it would not be a hard problem as long as you take actions right now. And do not try to rub your eyes, that would give rise to some infections and serious consequences.

  • Anti-glare is a kind of optical coating that is applied to the surface of lenses of glasses to minimize reflection.This optical coating is made of various layers of metal oxide films that are coated on the lens surface. Having an anti glare coating on the lenses of an eyewear is a smart and sensible choice. Anti glare coating on glasses is beneficial for us. They can help us to improve our vision, enhances durability of eyewear, and provide good cosmetic appearance and so on.

  • Sinus infection is one common problem in the air passage causing headache and irritating pain on the face, behind the nose, around the eyes and sometime on the upper teeth. This can be a result of colds and allergies. People who experience this can also experience fever or flu.The maxillary sinus can be located below the eyes, behind the cheeks. Usually, the infection starts from one side of the maxillary sinus. It can spread through the other sinuses when not treated immediately. Clogged nose can also contribute to the pressure-like pain that he feels behind the nose.The pain around the eyes and the pressure from the cheeks causes blurred vision. When both sides of the maxillary sinus have infection, there is a tendency that vision from both eyes will also become blurry. There is no need to worry about the change in vision because it will just be temporary until the infection entirely gone.

  • Yes, it will damage your eyes if you don't blink. The movement of blinking is the natural behavior which will be happened in the unconscious way. If you try not to blink, you will find that your eyes may lose the water and become dry. The blinking eyes will keep the eyes at the moisture state. It is necessary for our eyes to work normally.

  • That's right, dehydration may cause dry eyes, which can cause itching and burning in the eyes and inflamed skin tissue. But you have no need to worry; there are lots of methods to get rid of it. Firstly, you can use eye drops, which can be used at home and reduce or eliminate the symptoms of chronic dry eyes. Buy eye drops that contain artificial tears. These fight itching, burning and inflammation by increasing the amount of moisture in your eyes. However, you can not rely on it, the essential remedy for you is changing your life style. So, here comes to the next method, Dehydration can cause dry eyes, and drinking more water is one of the easiest and cheapest home remedies for chronic eye dryness. Contact lens use can also cause dry eyes. Remove your contacts before sleeping, even if you wear contacts that are designed to sleep in.

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