Contact lenses are used to correct your vision without glasses and make it easier to see, but it is important to know how to use them correctly, as they can also be dangerous.
So first of all it is very important to know the ways in which you can ensure your eye protection and lens cleanliness, then don’t worry we will discuss it in detail today.
What habits can you adopt to keep your contact lenses safe?
Never sleep with contact lenses on as this can lead to eye infections.
• Wash hands thoroughly with soap and water before handling lenses.
• Keep your contact lenses away from water as this can also make you prone to infection.
• Clean the lens only with the solution that comes with it, soak it in it and apply it to the eyes.
• Before putting the lens back into the case, throw away the lens water i.e. the solution already there and then wash the case and fill it again with clean solution and then place the lens in it.
• Do not change lens solution without doctor’s advice.
• Use disposable lenses or change lenses every 3 months.
• Never go into the water with the lenses removed before going into the water for swimming.•
• Do not expose the lenses to heat, i.e. do not go in front of stoves, etc.
Benefits of using contact lenses
• Using contact lenses will improve your distance vision and you will be able to see far without glasses.
• The use of lenses not only removes the difficulty of near vision, but fine writing can also be enhanced easily without wearing glasses.•
• They look just like natural eyes and don’t even feel like your eyes are weak.•
• It doesn’t fog up like Chimshe and you don’t face difficulty.
• If the lenses are completely fixed on your pupil, you can do sports and other activities easily.
• It is certified by doctors and increases the self-confidence of the user.
What are the risks of using contact lenses?
Everything that can benefit you, if used sparingly, must also cause harm, so it is very important to know what the disadvantages of lenses are.
• Eye allergies
• Eye infection
• Dry eyes
• Swelling under the eyes
• Marking of the cornea
• Severe eye irritation
• Redness of the eyes
• Infection of the cornea
• Further deterioration of vision due to use without precautions
Bacterial or fungal growth in the eyes
• Eye swelling
• Watery eyes