Firstly, you should understand how to put contact lenses in your eyes. You should always wash your hands before touching your contacts. When you first start wearing contacts, you should look into the mirror, so you can see what you're doing. Place the contact on the end of your index finger. Use your other hand to hold open your top and bottom eyelids. Ideally, look upwards as you insert the lens.
Today's eyeglasses are trendy accessories, but your eyes may need some time to acclimate to prescription lenses. This is especially true if you've never worn glasses before. New eyeglasses can contribute to headaches, dizziness, and even nausea for those not used to corrective lenses. But if you try these simple tips for adjusting to your sparkling new vision, you can make the transition that much easier.
Sight is an important sense. When you can't see well, it's difficult to perform all those daily tasks that seem mundane, including driving to and from work, reading the menu in a restaurant, or watching your favorite show on television. Many of us take our eyesight for granted. But just like physical health, good vision requires care and upkeep.
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