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Doctor insights on: Why Do My Eyes Feel Tired After I Take Out My Contacts

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Can you wear contact lenses even when your eyes are tired?

Can you wear contact lenses even when your eyes are tired?

Sparingly: You can wear contacts when your eyes are tired but you should give them a break and time to "breathe" by using your glasses, instead. Your eyes need exposure to oxygen, too, and regularly removing your contacts and cleaning them well will help keep your eyes healthy. ...Read more

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How come I (my eyes) get tired when I wear contact lenses?

How come I (my eyes) get tired when I wear contact lenses?

Contact lenses: There are many factors that come into consideration, including the current state of the contact lenses, the adequate prescription in the lenses, lens hygiene, adequate tear production, and current health problems, to mention only a few factors. ...Read more

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I'm always squinting even in the abscence of light which makes my eyes tired,ihave brown eyes i have myopia and wear contact lenses how to stop it?

I'm always squinting even in the abscence of light which makes my eyes tired,ihave brown eyes i have myopia and wear contact lenses how to stop it?

Eye doctor: Have you have a recent eye examination if you did my advise make sure you see am ophthalmologist might be able to help more good luck ...Read more

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I tend to open my eyes wide when wearing contact lenses, which causes some eye fatigue. Is this normal? Should I consciously close up my eyelids a bit as if I am wearing glasses?

I tend to open my eyes wide when wearing contact lenses, which causes some eye fatigue. Is this normal? Should I consciously close up my eyelids a bit as if I am wearing glasses?

It is common: to open your eyes wider while wearing contact lenses, especially while getting use to them. If your eyes are becoming fatigued while wearing contact lens, you should decrease the amount of time that you are wearing them, in order to allow your eyes to adapt. Try wearing the contacts for only 4 hours/day for a few days, if your eyes do not feel fatigued, gradually increase the number of hours/day ...Read more

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How old should I be to get an eye surgery? I have astigmatism and i'm getting tired of using glasses and contact lenses

How old should I be to get an eye surgery? I have astigmatism and i'm getting tired of using glasses and contact lenses

Vision surgery: There is no set age limit for when you can get laser corrective surgery (e.g., lasik, lasek, prk), but generally speaking it's best to have your eyeglass prescription stabilize (not change) for at least a year. That way your eyes will be less likely to outgrow this rather expensive surgery. You should also be screened by a refractive surgeon to determine if you are a good candidate for surgery. ...Read more

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Why are my eyes dry after I take off my contact lenses?

Why are my eyes dry after I take off my contact lenses?

Contacts use water: Modern soft contact lenses soak up much of the water in your tear film when they are on your eye. When you remove them, that water goes with them, leaving a smaller amount of water remaining than if no contact lenses had been there. This can be very inconvenient if you already have dry eyes, a condition more common in folks over 50. ...Read more

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How long does it take for eyes to adjust to contact lenses?

How long does it take for eyes to adjust to contact lenses?

Contact Lenses: The biggest learning curve besides contact lens comfort is learning how to care for the contact lenses. It is a big step to put something in the eye and to take it out, and requires lots of practice. It is also a big responsibility to take out the lenses and clean them each night. Each person has a different learning curve for becoming a proficient contact lens wearer. ...Read more

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Why might it be that my eyes become extremely red and tired when i wear contacts?

Why might it be that my eyes become extremely red and tired when i wear contacts?

Many possible causes: This needs to be evaluated by an ophthalmologist. Don't wear your contacts until you have had this taken care of. ...Read more