Some people said that wearing the contact lens will make the cornea become thinner and cause the symptoms of grinding your eyes. Actually this kind of opinion is incorrect. With standard operation of wearing, contact lens will not grind the cornea. Faced with this situation of grinding the eyes, how to deal with it ?
If wearing the contact lens for the first time, it generally needs run-in period. It is normal if there is situation of grinding the eyes within one week. Gradually lengthening the wearing time is needed if you wear the contact lens for the first time. If your eyes are sensitive and feel very uncomfortable, you could remove the contact lens and have a relaxation.
If the contact lens parameter doesn’t match with your eyes, it will cause discomfort as well. While the size of the diameter is too big, it easily causes friction to the cornea. Meanwhile, too big or too small base curve will cause uncomfortable feeling. You could try to change other brand or product in order to relieve the discomfort.
The contact lens is very soft and if there is a little breakage, it is generally difficult to perceive. It is also often easy to mix up the obverse and the reverse side, while wearing, which causes the friction between the edge and the cornea of the cornea as well as induces the congestion and swelling. If the two eyes have same degrees, you could transfer the left and right side of the contact lens to test whether it still grinds your eyes or not. In addition, before the wearing every time, it is better to check carefully and exclude the problems from the contact lens itself.
If you wear the contact lens on a long-term basis and still have the situation of grinding the eyes, it is very likely to be caused by the uncleanness of the contact lens. If the foreign matter enters the eyes or the sediment of the contact lens is not thoroughly cleaned, it will not only affect the clarity of your vision, but also affect the comfort level of wearing. It should be noted that you should not wear the contact lens faced with the weather such as haze, blowing sand, high wind, etc.
If the above several cases could be excluded, but your eyes still have symptoms such as photophobia, pain, lacrimation, etc., then there is relatively high probability of inflammation. You need go to the hospital for inspection as soon as possible. Eye stone could cause the condition of grinding the eyes as well. These diseases need to be treated under the guidance of professional doctors.