How to wear contact lens in correct manner?
Most people who wear contact lenses do so to correct their vision and have few problems with them. If your eyes become irritated while wearing or after wearing contact lenses, you may have an allergy to the cleaning or soaking solutions. To prevent potentially serious eye infections, use strict hygiene when cleaning non-disposable lenses, and never moisten contact lenses with saliva. If not treated promptly, an infection may result in permanent damage to your vision. If you wear contact lenses, always consult your pharmacist before using any over-the-counter eye drops because some may be incompatible with contact lenses.
• Wash hands with soap before touching your lenses; avoid soaps with eye-irritating lanolin.
• Mucus, tear proteins and environmental pollutants can build up on your lenses.
• Many doctors recommend that you disinfect all lens types daily with a heat, chemical, or hydrogen peroxide system. Use an enzymatic cleaner weekly to remove residue your daily cleaner missed.
• Always store your lenses clean; rinse your lens case and let it air dry.
• Buy small, instead of large, containers of lens care products; small containers are more quickly emptied and thus less likely to get contaminated.
• Apply eye make-up after putting your lenses in your eyes.
• Use hair sprays, perfumes, and spray deodorants in another room before you insert lenses.
• Check your eyes every morning for redness or unusual mucus at the edges; pain, watery eyes, sensitivity to light or blurry vision are signals to call the doctor.
• Remove lenses at once when your eyes become red or irritated; always carry your glasses with you.
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