Contact Lenses

Contact lenses can improve the quality of life for people with visual impairments who typically wear glasses. They can also increase the risks of developing dry eye disease or eye inflammation if the rules for wearing and caring for the lenses are not followed.

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Problems of dry eye are more common in people who wear contact lenses

Problems of dry eye are more common in people who wear contact lenses

The modern lifestyle, which includes extended periods indoors in air-conditioned environments, working on the computer and extended screen exposure, can affect the general well-being and health of the eyes, potentially fostering the development of dry eye syndrome.

Some of the symptoms reported by people who wear contact lenses are the inability to wear contact lenses for more than a few hours, dry eyes, a feeling of discomfort, of a foreign body or sand in the eyes.

In any case of discomfort, the lenses should be removed, and if the discomfort persists, a visit to an ophthalmologist is recommended. This is essential because seemingly harmless dry eye can increase the risk of serious complications, especially corneal infections.

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