Ideal Time to Use Contact Lenses

Contact lenses are a practical choice for those who have impaired vision. Also for those who want to look trendy with brown eyes. In the midst of contact lenses high demand, not all understand the risks that threatens.Ideal Time to Use Contact Lenses

Most plural risk factor is the use of contact lenses beyond the recommended lifetime. It’s not a matter of time the lenses expires, but the maximum time limit of the use of contact lenses in a day.

The use of contact lenses exceeding the time limit will cause symptoms of oxygen deficiency on the eye, such as itchy, red and watery eyes. This should not be underestimated, because letting the eye lack oxygen can lead to corneal swelling and exacerbate visual impairment.

When wearing contact lenses, you should avoid dusty and smoky areas to prevent irritation. Do not let foreign objects such as sand or small dirt contaminate the eye. Rubbing eyes can also irritate the cornea and lead to infection.

Note the recommendations and restrictions about contact lenses before wearing them.

Read the full article published on Medicmagic.com

Wearing eyeglasses for years or you just found out you need corrective lenses deciding between eyeglasses and contact lenses?  Perhaps you think contact lenses are difficult to put in as you’ve watched your friends fiddle with them in the mirror or maybe you think glasses are too expensive after hearing your friends complain.

How do you choose which type is best for you? It all depends on your budget, your vision type and how much effort you want time you want to invest in maintaining your vision. Before deciding if contact lenses or eyeglasses are right for you, make you sure you try both types on and have a proper eye examination.  You may even decide to get both!

If you’re in the market for eyeglasses or contact lenses and live in Orange City, Melbourne or Orlando, drop by 20/20 Eyeglass Superstore.

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