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Asked in Eyes, Makeup, Contact Lenses
Can a contact lens prescription improve such as if you were to wear a -3.25 in one eye then the next year it became -3.00 or -2.75?
Asked in Contact Lenses
How do you get contact lens out of eye one the eye had dried out and the contact is stuck to the eye?
A contact lens rests on the tear layer of the eye. If the tear layer has evaporated and the contact lens is stuck to the eye, SEEK IMMEDIATE ATTENTION. Never try removing a contact lens which is stuck to the eye. An Optometrist or Ophthalmologist is your best bet of removing the contact lens safely without damaging the cornea of your eye.
Asked in Health, Eyes, Animal Life
What is the effect of keeping eye to eye contact with animals?
Asked in Teen Dating
When someone flirts with you do they make eye contact?
Asked in Contact Lenses
Discuss how contact lenses improve vision?
Glasses and contact lenses can make your vision clearer. However, they can be harmful to your eyesight in the long run. In order to improve your eyesight, you should do eye exercises designed to permanently improve your vision. Such exercises only take about 10 minutes a day and can be very effective if done correctly. Source: www.correct-vision.com
Asked in Dating
Someone making regular eye contact with you?
Making eye contact is considered polite and shows that the person making eye contact is really listening to you if fact it show good social skills also if someone really likes you they might make eye contact with you but that depends if they are shy or not. -From someone who is really good at making eye contact in fact people even comment on my good eye contact :)
Asked in Autism
Why do autistic children have poor eye contact?
All Autistic people have poor eye contact because it is not something that comes naturally to Autistic people. Eye contact has to be learned or mimicked by Autistic people, although even then because it's not something instinctive to us we often cannot maintain normal eye contact and it can be uncomfortable for us to try to maintain eye contact. Autistic children are more likely to have problems with eye contact than Autistic adults because they've yet to learn to mimic neurotypical eye contact or learned coping methods to deal with eye contact.