Eyeglass stores, Optical stores, Eyeglass places, Eye clinic, Eye care centers, Sainte Julienne of Quebec

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

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  • For the reason of your sore eyes, I can say that there is something to do with your drinking. As we know that after we drink too much, it will increase the intraocular pressure which can get your nerves more pressure. Then they will do some pain to your head and your eyes. Even make your eyes become sore eyes. So you should not drink too much alcohol for your health and for your sore eyes. To treat it, you can put some ice on your eyes, and eat some food which can relieve you from the alcohol. If it still has sore eyes, you'd better console it with the doctor and find some more effective way to treat it.

  • I realize this is an old post, but I found an even better way, and I don't see it mentioned anywhere. So, if your lenses are made of glass, the nail polish remover/acetone/alcohol way is all right. However if they're made of plastic, what you want to do is take a piece of leather, some toothpaste and polish off the letters. It will take some work, but the end result will be great, without any marks left.

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  • We can not say which is better for you, because both of them have their own advantages and disadvantages. For the metal sunglasses, you should know that they are more durable and tend to be of higher quality. But they are often a little heavier than plastic ones. On the other hand, plastic sunglasses are a little bit lighter and they can have a lot of styles and colors which can meet your own needs better. So it all depends on your own choice. But you'd better know that which types can fit you s the most important part of your selection.

  • No. Oversized sunglasses are not suitable for people who have small PD. If you wear sunglasses that are not suitable for you, they will cause damage to your eyes. When we choose glasses, the most important thing is that the glasses must fit us properly.

  • Yes, the high blood sugar will affect the eye sight. The high blood sugar is not good for eyes which will have many effects on the eyes. The high blood sugar of the diabetes levels can damage blood vessels in the eyes and can lead to the growth of new blood vessels there. These new blood vessels are not as strong and can leak or burst. Thus, if you have the high blood sugar in the body, you'd better go to see the doctor and accept the treatment as soon as possible. During this time, you should take care of the diet and sleeping quality. In order to improve your eye vision, you could eat more food with vitamin A and C.

  • Make sure your eyes won't be allergic to the eye drops that you are using. Then remember not to let the dropper touch your eye, or your eyes will get infected.

  • I am sorry for your situation, because I used to get that, too. Anyway, you should try to get some cold and icy compress to your eyes for the first 24 hours. After that, it would be wise for you to apply hot compress to your eyes. Also try to get more rest and do not use your eyes too much. If the problem is terrible, you need to see a doctor and take medical treatment.

  • I do not have diabetes but do get eye floaters, yesterday and today I got them. They make you feel weak and a little nervous about what may be causing them. I cannot get a direct answer as to what causes them. I do not get headaches often at all. My husband gets these too. What caused them, does anyone have the right answer?