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As we all known, the most common symptom of heart disease is chest pain. Heart diseases also cause shortness of breath, irregular heartbeats, weakness, dizziness, and nausea. Some eye problems are related to heart disease indeed, such as vision changes. What's more, according to study, heart diseases also cause dark circles under eyes and do harmful for skin that around eyes.
Well, first, you should know that the iris is made up of muscular fibers, which can control the amount of light entering the pupil, in that way, you can see clearly. And when it is inflamed, the ititis occur. To treat it, you can try some ways. For example, you should wear dark glasses if light worsens your eye pain. Also, you can take some mild analgesics, such as ibuprofen to help control some of the discomfort. By the way, the prescription medications should be used exactly as prescribed. anyway, you can just have a try.
I think no. When you are looking to right/left, up/down, you will not only use your eyes. You also move your head to follow the vision. So the glasses frame won't make any difference.
Generally speaking, you will feel your eyes get poor and blurry vision after your eyes are hit. It usually will take some time for the eyes to recover their vision after they are hit, maybe a few minutes. If the condition is serious, the eyes may get retina perforation. You had better go to the doctor's for an eye examination to find out if there is any potential eye problems caused by the hit. In addition, if you feel that you can see some black spots when you are watching things, then you should go to the hospital to see whether you get retina perforation. It is better to take the treatment before the perforation becomes worse.
No, it is not quite impossible that saliva would lead to eye infection. Ninety-nine percent of the salive of human beings is water, and it also contains some amylase and lysozyme which can help people digest the foods and which has the bactericidal effects. Therefore, generally speaking saliva will not cause eye infection. If you get some saliva in your eyes, yon can just use pelnty of clean flowing water to wash your eyes clean.
Most people have a thought that anemia just only occurs when people who are short of food. However, anemia occurs everywhere and every time. What are the real reasons that cause anemia? Well, I think a decrease in production of red blood cells or hemoglobin, or an increase in loss or destruction of red blood cells is the most prominent factor which leads to anemia. Meanwhile a poor and unreasonable diet may also let you suffer anemia. Although anemia can cause some body problems (tired, fatigue easily, appear pale), there is still no any evidence shows that anemia can cause eye twitching. I hold counsel with my elder sister, a doctor, who told me that anemia is not so serious sometimes, and some eye problems are related to anemia, but not always.
Vision problem is one of side effects of PRK. About 1% of patients will have vision problems after taking surgery. The reason you have double images is the surgery have changed your corneas. Usually, this problem will be ended up within a couple of weeks. Since dry eyes will worsen ghosting, so you can take eyedrops. Or you can accept a second surgery if it is necessary.
these lenses have many different names however the technology is the same, Transitions, sun sensors, and photocromic are the 3 main types you will hear of.
The price differs based on the different brands and quality. And I never buy the contact lenses at americas best. You'd better go to the online store and have a look. If you want to buy the ones with good quality, I think the price must be a little high. The common ones may be just about $20
I had a gas bubble injected into my right eye on a Monday. Two days later (Wed) had laser and freezing done. Two days after (Friday), a second laser procedure done. On the next Monday a third same laser procedure done. By then the bubble had already disappeared so my Dr. told me I was ok to fly as long as I did not lift anything heave and so on and so forth. I had a business trip scheduled that Thursday and was very afraid but went anyway. I did not feel anything during the flight from Ft. Lauderdale to Dallas. At arrival, about 10 minutes after I got out of the plane I felt very uncomfortable pressure in my eye, maybe because Dallas is about 600 ft above sea level. I did not hurt but it was uncomfortable. After about 3 hours it got better. Throughout my 4 day stay there I noticed that whenever I walked too much or was in a car for over about 15 minutes this eye pressure would bother me a little bit. Flew back to Florida with no problems and after two weeks from my first retinal tear procedure I'm still staying put and my eye is ok. Under the same circumstances I would not do what I did again unless it was for something of critical importance as it was.
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