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Yes, lazy eyes can be hereditary. First you should know that lazy eyes, which is known as amblyopia, means that one eye has not developed normally and always has blurred vision. It is necessary to have one pair of glasses which doctor prescribe for you. Generally speaking, lazy eyes are caused by various conditions which can prevent the brain from using both eyes together. In some cases, the tendency for a lazy eye may be inherited. So lazy eyes are hereditary. There are many ways you can try to get rid of it. First, you can wear some glasses. In addition to glasses, there are three different approaches to the treatment of a lazy eye, such as patching alone, patching combined with surgery, and patching combined with vision therapy. Anyway, you can have a try.
Incorrect use of eyes, long term working conditions in near distance, wearing the glasses of higher power.
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To be honest, depression can cause eye problems indeed. When people get bad mood, they are easy to lead to high pressure in eyes. High pressure sometimes means fatigue and tiredness in eyes. At this time, dizzy, eye pain, cloudy in cornea may occur. Also, depression is one under lying of glaucoma and lazy eye.
It is not recommended to wear rimless glasses when playing soccer as it is such a competitive. You can be knocked off easily and the glasses will drop down to get broken. You may choose to wear contacts or goggles.
Double vision is diplopia in another word, referring to two images formed from the same object. Possible triggers of this problem include corneal problem, lens problem, muscle problem, nerve problem and brain problem. Corneal infections, dryness and corneal scar can distort the light and cause double vision. And as to lens problem, for example, cataract might be trigger too. As to these problems above, it is usually a surgery adopted as treatment to cataract and corneal scarring. As to corneal infections and dryness, antibiotics and eye lubricants should be used. However, as to muscle, nerve and brain problem, acupuncture is a very good and safe way to treat. Acupuncture is a traditional Chinese therapy, with a long and thin silver needle pointed into acupuncture points on body. It is believed to break the blockage of Chi on human body and so promotes the blood circulation all over body. It provides a very good effect on muscles, nerves and brain disorder or imbalance. It is used to treat a stroke too. Have a try and it can surprise you.
I heard that honey can use for lightening our eye color. It has been used to lighten our skin, our hair and even our eyes. But the honey that is used to brighten your eyes should be organic pure honey and mixed with plenty of purified water. But I still suggest you not to try this for it will take many years to change our color and this may possibly hurt our eyes.
Usually, Medicare will not pay for routine eye care. But if you have a chronic eye condition like cataracts or glaucoma, Medicare will cover some eye care services. If you are going to get eye exam for the purpose of diagnosing potential vision problems, it is likely covered by Medicare insurance even if it turns out your eyes is OK.
People with photophobia or light sensitivity usually feel discomfort facing with fluorescent lighting. Aimed at this kind of people, transition or tinted eyeglasses and sunglasses are recommended to help them. transition eyeglasses are often made to be clear inside and become darker outside facing the sunlight. They can also be made to be slightly tinted to help people to deal with fluorescent lights. Sunglasses can take the same effect. When you choose a pair of transition or tinted eyeglasses, you should especially pay attention to the darkness and tint. Darkness 1 and a rose tint are recommended to those who have to cope with fluorescent lights.
Of course, you can wear contacts with swimming goggles when swimming. But you should be careful with your contacts. When you are underwater, you shouldn't take off your swimming goggles in case your contacts fall out of your eyes. Or the water can easily get into your eyes and cause eye infection if you take off your goggles when swimming. So you must be careful.
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