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  • They do not give discounts as other eyeglasses stores often do. Maybe they will hold some celebration to give back to its customers. You can take that chance to buy a pair of brand name sunglasses. Though you will get a discount at that time, the price will not be very cheap.

  • Yes, eating some vegetables will make your eyes get bright because of the containing vitamin C. Some fresh vegetables are very helpful for the eyes, such as spinach, vegetable, leek and green peppers. In addition, cucumber, pakchoi, broccoli and cauliflower with fresh jujubes are also the necessary vegetables contain the vitamin C. There are also a lot of fruits rich in vitamin C, like kiwi, hawthorn, grapefruit, strawberries, oranges, lemons and so on. The food containing with vitamin C can enhance immunity. In addition, it can reduce your heart disease and stroke, accelerate wound healing to relieve asthma and prevent cold. You should eat more food with vitamin C to protect your eyes. Once your eyes feel moisture, you will feel comfortable at the eyes too. You could also do the warm compress to make your eyes feel comfortable. The good rest is the necessary one.

  • To support my answer above, here is a quote from a scientific paper: "polarization sensitivity has long been associated with behavioral tasks like orientation or navigation. However, only recently have we become aware that it can be incorporated into a high-level visual perception akin to color vision, permitting segmentation of a viewed scene into regions that differ in their polarization. By analogy to color vision, we call this capacity polarization vision. It is apparently used for tasks like those that color vision specializes in: contrast enhancement, camouflage breaking, object recognition, and signal detection and discrimination (Cronin et al., 2003, Integr. Comp. Biol. (2003) 43 (4): 549-558. doi: 10.1093/icb/43.4.549 ). Therefore by artificially subjecting our eyes to fully linearly polarized light, such as what we see through polarized sunglasses, we somehow "trick" our photoreceptors into seeing certain signals in nature that are not acutally present. Note that the paper also mention that some organisms are more sensitive to polarization and some are not. So this could be akin to other people getting dizzy with polarized shades and some not.

  • Sorry to read you are having problem, in fact, there are many reasons lead to your kid's eye balls feel paining on wearing glasses, such as he had a wrong prescription or Allergies or infections and so on, I am not a eye doctor. You had better go to the glasses store, to do a comprehensive exam, if possible, buy a new pair of glasses for your kid.

  • There are five main eye supplements for diatetics: omega-3, gingko bilboa, Lutein, Benfotiamine and pycogenol. For patients of type 2 diabetes, 1000 mg of omega-3 twice a day can relieve eye dryness. One tsp of cod liver oil will also work. Gingko bilboa can help patients suffering from diabetic retinopathy by increasing the blood flow to the eyes. Take 240 mg of this supplement twice per day and 120 mg per time. Lutein reduces the possibility of getting cataracts and macular degeneration. Spinach, kale and collard greens are rich in lutein. 40 mg of lutein every day is ok. Benfotiamine causes blockage in the pathways that contribute high blood sugar thus prevents diabetic’s retinopathy. Taking 100- 150 mg of benfotiamine three times a day is necessary. Pycogenol prevents capillaries from leaking in early retinopathy patients. 50 mg of pyconenol three times a day will work.

  • Yes, anesthesia often cause blurred vision of several hours or even a few days. Anesthsia affect your brain neurons, whose procedure include blurred vision,dizziness and fatigue.Time of symptoms depends on how fast your body recover. But this influence to your vision is temporary and not expected to cause permanent side effects on your eyesight. If you

  • It is possible to have pinguecula from allergies. Pinguecula is the collagen fiber degeneration. The pinguecula is the white-yellowish deposit of this fiber on sclera. In most cases it appears in the corner near to nose. The most common causes of pinguecula is the exposure to sunrays or winds. Long-time exposure to UV rays would make it a higher risk to develop pinguecula. UV rays exposure also makes the bump grow. Meanwhile allergies can also cause pinguecula fomation, because anything causes irritations to eyes would cause a pinguecula to grow, including allergic to pollen, bacterial or viral infections. The yellowish bump is very annoying, but no other severe impacts to vision. But we know that the yellowish bump on the sclera makes people look old, so most people want to prevent it. I think it is better to wear a pair of sunglasses to protect eyes from damages from sunrays and winds. Take a healthy diet rich in nutrition which are good for eyes, for example vitamins, omega-3 fatty and so on.

  • You can hold the glasses where they will reflect light. If the lights reflecting are the color of the lights, you do not have Anti-Reflective coating. If they reflect in a color like green, gold, purple or blue, you have the coating.

  • I love dermalmd anti-aging serum. Been using it for a few weeks. I have sensitive skin and don't break out from it. I also have this weird age or sun spot right under my eye that I put the serum on. I'm hoping it helps fade it a little. I will definitely purchase this again once I need a refill!

  • Yes. Of course. polarized sunglasses is more protective than regular sunglasses. Compared regular sunglasses for UV protection, polarized sunglasses can also filter glares that make polarized sunglasses can provide more comfortable vision. You can wear it for fishing, the sunglasses can shield your eyes from glares from water surfaces. Besides, you can wear it for driving which can prevent glares from smooth subjects. But usually polarized sunglasses more expensive than regular sunglasses. If it possible, you'd better choose polarized sunglasses.