Wear contact lens how is foreign body feeling to return a responsibility?
The human eye is one of the most delicate and delicate organs, and we often say that it has no room for sand. Generally speaking, produce foreign body sensation is the initial expression of eye damage, develop for inflammation or infection very likely, must take seriously. So, wear contact lens to have foreign body feeling to appear is how to return a responsibility?
Novice in the first contact lens, because the cornea has not adapted to the presence of foreign bodies, may produce foreign body sensation, but this discomfort generally will not last too long, about a week or so after the eye gradually accepted contact lenses, it can alleviate by itself. If you wear contact lenses all the time, but change a new pair of contact lenses is not comfortable, this may be due to the different brands of contact lens products base arc, technology and other parameters are not consistent. When you wear the same contact lens for a long time, your eyes already have a certain "preference," and suddenly switching to another brand may take some time for your eyes to readjust.
You know, it's very personal, and everyone has a different definition of what a foreign body feels like. For people with sensitive eyes, even a slight sense of dryness is hard to bear. If the eye moisturizer is used together and the wearing time is gradually prolonged, the foreign body sensation will gradually disappear, indicating that this is a normal reaction. But if feel foreign body feeling has reached unbearable degree, then explain not suitable for wearing contact lenses, should take out the lens immediately, so as not to bring more damage to the eyes.
It is normal to have a foreign body sensation when wearing contact lenses, but it is also important to check the lens for any breakage or scratches. Nowadays, contact lenses are made more and more flexible. If there is any breakage of the lens, it will not only cause foreign body sensation, but also may cause wear and tear on the corneal tissue.