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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 Beverley of North Humberside. 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.Eyesite Opticians

    13a Saturday Market
    Beverley,North Humberside HU17 8BB

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

    8 Saturday Market
    Beverley,North Humberside HU17 8BB

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  • 3.Boots UK

    12 Toll Gavel
    Beverley,North Humberside HU17 9AJ

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    12 Toll Gavel
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    13a Saturday Market
    Beverley,North Humberside HU17 8BB

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    8 Saturday Market
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  • As far as i know, lyme disease won't cause eye floaters. Eye floaters often happen to people with vision problems. Themselves are harmless. They are just small moving spots in your field of vision. Some people may feel they are troublesome. But they won't hurt you. However, if you find the eye floaters increase quickly in a short time, you must be careful. Visit a doctor!. As for lyme disease is infection disease on your skin. It won't affect on your eyes. And lyme disease can be cured. Just consult your doctor!

  • For the kids' eye's health, take reasonable nutrition, strengthen physique to develop a reasonable living system. Taking in a rich diet containing vitamin A, B2, C, E food in daily life. eat liver, milk, egg yolks, green vegetables, carrots and other fresh foods, but also eat more coarse grains, and eat less candy, limit taking in overmuch animal fat. Rich calcium is also very good for the kids' eyes. Calcium can eliminate the ocular tension. Food like Beans and soy products in the food, dairy, fish, shrimp contain lavish calcium.

  • I don't think glassy eyes is a sign of pregnancy. Pregnancy does have some effect on eyes due to hormone changes during pregnancy. However some people find it very obvious, while some found nothing changes to their eyes. In a word, change of eyes is not a must signal during pregnancy, so we can't tell that glassy eyes is a sign of pregnancy. Glassy eyes make people look tried and listless, which is caused by some complicated factors. Normally it might be caused by high thyroid level or viral infections. Pregnancy might make people get eye infection by increased toleration with wearing contact lenses. But you can see there is no direct connection between glassy eyes and pregnancy. The glassy eyes might be caused by some depress central nervous system medication too.

  • In order to protect your eyes from dust, you could wear the protected goggles with no prescription. The sunglasses could also protect your eyes from the dust which could at the same time protect your eyes from the uv rays in the strong sun lights. You could just choose the pair of glasses to wear to prevent from the dust.

  • Yes, the mascara can cause blepharitis because of the inner infectious bacterium. Blepharitis is the chronic inflammation in the blepharitis skin and eyelash root which has a tendency to recur. It is often caused by chronic conjunctivitis, refractive error, dusty environment or irritating gas which long-term stimulating the body, weak life and so on. Once you get the blepharitis, the self-conscious symptom is urticant painful eye, dry feeling and visual fatigue and so on. In some cases, the bacteria infection affected part of the eyes. In some deteriorating and serious situations, blepharitis may appear small ulcer which makes eyelash off palpebral scurfy into intraocular and lastly it can cause conjunctivitis. You'd better not use the mascara often which will cause the blepharitis which will make you feel so uncomfortable feeling. If you get blepharitis, you’d better go to o hospital to accept the treatment.

  • Well, as far as I know, your problems don't seem to be that serious because they are just common symptoms from catching a cold I suppose. Generally speaking,catching a cold could lead to such symptoms like watery eyes and burning eyes. Speaking of how to treat it, I advise that you get some pills and drink plenty of hot water. Do not rely on eye drops, maybe a few days later you will be recovered.

  • Eh, I just heard that massage could help puffy eyes. As we all known , bags under eyes and puffy eyes are owning to a build up of fluid around the eyes and they usually say hello to you in the morning. Massage often help people relax after a long time work and it can stimulate blood circles which can build a healthy and balance inner system. I think it is not massage that caused your puffy eyes, may be because of your tired work or eye problems. My friend told me that massage really does work on tired muscles and tired nerves. If one has puffy eyes after massage, the individual had better visit a doctor to get some advice. By the way, some home remedies to help puffy eyes. Firstly, the most healthy way is to eat some fresh fruits, which contains rich vitamins; secondly, massage the cream or oil around the eye area using your fingertips can reduce your puffiness.

  • Yes, it is true that billberry will be good for glaucoma because of the containing vitamin C. As we know, the vitamin C will moisture the eyes and make the eyes look bright. People with glaucoma may have the unstable eye pressure. Thus, they should keep the good mood which is the most important thing. They should also have the good rest every day.

  • No, the bags under the eyes are not permanent. If you don't get rid of it when you use the cream to adopt on the skin, you could accept the surgery of the beauty to get rid of the bags under the eyes. However, you'd better protect the eyes carefully after the surgery.

  • Most eye drops contain preservative and have side effects on your eyes. The most common side effects include red eye, itching and dilation of the pupil. But it should be fine when you stop use them.