How to remove and wear contact lenses

How to remove and wear contact lenses
 Some people who suffer from myopia, prefer to wear lenses. Of course, contact lenses have many advantages: they do not fog up, do not limit peripheral vision. In the care and use should exercise extreme caution, since they are made from the finest silicone, which are easily damaged.
 The lenses come in contact with the cornea of ​​the eye, so it's important to properly care for them. The first thing that you need - pick them up. To do this, consult with an ophthalmologist. Remember that in some diseases contra-use lenses, such as cataracts or glaucoma.

Before using lenses read the instructions to them. The lenses must be removed daily and wear. First, thoroughly wash your hands with soap and water, remove all traces of detergent with warm water; in that case, if you touch the eye slightly soapy hand immediately become irritated.

Then take special tweezers for lenses with a soft tip, gently pry them a contact lens. Put it on your index finger, it should go like a dish, that is, the side edges up. Make sure that it has no cracks, no specks. Also check whether it is properly twisted.

Then look in the mirror. Free hand to open the eye, that is, pull down the lower eyelid using a fingertip. Touch your finger with the lens to the cornea and gently push - this is done to ensure that it has moved to the eyes. Then blinked. Do the same with the second eye.

To remove it, and wash your hands thoroughly wipe them. Pull the lower eyelid. With his free hand, namely the thumb and forefinger slightly Pick up lens. Then put it on the palm and apply a few drops of a special solution to it. Lightly wipe the contact lens fingertips, then use tweezers to move it into the container.

In that case, if the lens is dropped, wash the area thoroughly with a special solution. Remember that the lenses are not recommended to wear more than 8 hours a day, as they should be removed before going to bed. Do not use lenses longer the period of time specified in the instructions to them.

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