Contact Lenses: Eyesight Helpers and Nuisances
Contact Lenses are eyesight helpers, and nuisances all rolled into one.
Contact Lenses can assist people with seeing all that life has to offer. Contact Lenses can also cause people who wear them, a lot of discomfort.
However, Contact Lenses are ideally meant to help people who need to use them, and wear them in their eyes, or eye(s), depending on how many Contact Lenses they need to wear, with two being the maximum number of Contact Lenses that wearers of the corrective eyewear need to wear since all human bodies have two eyes – give or take the ones that might not.
There are also different steps, and approaches that people who wear them must take to ensure that Contact Lenses are worn on the eye(s) in the safest, and most effective way possible.
When Contact Lenses are not taken out of the eye(s) at night, or for days on end, eye(s) tend to become dry causing people who wear them to not be able to see the way that they need to see with the corrective eyewear.
Eye(s) can also become bloodshot if a person wears Contact Lenses for a long period of time without taking them out, and does so with dry eyes, or eye(s).
Contact Lenses can also become stuck, and pile up around the part of the eye called a Cornea, especially if they are not taken out at night, and put back in when day breaks in the morning, or if, and when a person’s eye(s) are dry, causing a person pain, and, or giving them blurred vision.
Contact Lenses can also fall out of eye(s) especially when the wind is whipping by them, or the eye, or eyes depending on how many of the body part, one or two, is affected, and is really dry. Contact Lenses can also tear, causing people who wear them to shed a tear because they have to open up a new package to pop another one into their eye, or eyes depending on how many need new Contact Lenses.
From experience as with the above information, rubbing eyes, especially the Cornea part of the eye(s), in an attempt to find Contact Lenses after they have been left in the eye, or eye(s) for durations of time that seem like forever, can also cause the eye, or eyes to become bloodshot red. Take Contact Lenses out of the eye, or eye(s) if, and when this happens, so that the eye, or eye(s,) however many eyes may be impacted by the stressful situation, and put them in a Contact Lense case, so that eye, or eye(s) can regroup, and the Contact Lenses can moisten back up, and become healthy for the eyes again.
Too many times, eyes are given quite the workout when people, who wear them, try to find them to be good Contact Lense wearers, and take them out of their eyes at night when they go to sleep, or whenever they do so, and their eyes are dry, and then put them back in in the morning all the while causing eyelids to twitch, and close abnormally, and not at the same time, especially after waking up from a deep sleep, and experiencing them doing so. Sometimes, parts of the eyelid that look like a blood vessel can even pop out, and remain on an eyeball, or eyeballs for at least a couple of weeks, depending on how many of the body part is being bothered by it. This is from anxiety, and a frantic, and aggressive rush of adrenaline to find the Contact Lense, or Contact Lenses that a person, who wears them, is looking for.
Sometimes Contact Lenses might come from its place around the Cornea, and when one blinks, might land in the upper portion of the eyelid, or on the side of the eye(s), thus causing the Contact Lense wearer to move part, or parts of their eye around in order to find it, and make it come loose so people wearing them can take them out of their eye, or eyes, depending on how many Contact Lenses they have them in, and put them in a Contact Lense case so that they can become healthy, and wearable again.
A lot of dirt, and grime can also land on Contact Lenses, but by taking Contact Lenses out of a green, and white Contact Lense case, putting them into the palm of hands, and spraying Contact Lense solution all over them to clean them, and then putting them back into the Contact Lense case, or an eye, or eyes(s), whichever a person’s situation maybe, and depending on where the person obtained, and retrieved their Contact Lense, or Contact Lenses from.
People can opt to have Lasik Eye Surgery, or Laser Eye Surgery done on their eyes, or eyes, depending on how many of the body part has an issue, but some people who wear Contact Lenses don’t mind putting up with all the good, and nuisances that Contact Lenses give its wearers. They would also rather keep wearing Contact Lenses with their eyes just the way they were when they were born, then have their eyes permanently altered, and corrected the way everyone should be seeing.
Others have their vision corrected just by eating Carrot(s), a vegetable which is known for being good for the eyes, and realizing that having unexpected issues with Contact Lenses, and eating Carrots has surprisingly just the same effect as having Lasik Eye Surgery, or Laser Eye Surgery done.
This is true, especially when a Contact Lense wearer gives their eyes a break from the eyesight aid, and walking, and realizing after looking at a computer screen, and doing normal day-to-day tasks that they don’t need to wear Contact Lenses because they are seeing just fine without them, however long this may be as eyes, and eyesight varies with age, the last time this happened being the ages of 14, 15 and 16-years-old.
Ironic as it may seem, realizing that they were seeing just fine without Contact Lenses, and did not need to wear the corrective eyewear, people who normally wear them did so because their Contact Lense prescription had expired, thus requiring them to make an appointment with their eye doctor for their regularly yearly check-up per protocol, or at least call their eye doctor to ask them if they can have spare Contact Lenses until they meet with the medical professional at the time they scheduled their appointment with the eye doctor for, and order new Contact Lenses.
Sometimes these types of Contact Lenses are given out without the Contact Lense wearer, who needs them, having to ask the eye doctor for them until they can obtain new ones by ordering them online through various Contact Lense websites, or through a site that is associated with their eye doctor. Other times an appointment is required, and extras are given out to the patient after they have their Contact Lenses prescription renewed by the eye doctor, and at a time when the patient hasn’t had a chance to order their new Contact Lenses yet since they just went to the eye doctor, and had their prescription renewed. Overall, it’s another productive day in the life of a Contact Lense wearer because progress has been made with Contact Lenses no matter how eventful.