The eyes are the most important part of your eyesight.
They are the place where the light hits the retina, and the more light there is in a particular area, the better.
Without them, we can’t see colours in our vision.
They’re so important because the eyes are a good way of keeping things sharp and clear.
You need them for vision to work.
But they can also have a negative effect.
If your eyes are not properly protected, they can get red and become permanently red.
That’s why they’re sometimes called ‘eyes bleach’.
If you have red eyes, you might not notice the redness but it can make it hard to focus on a task, especially if you’re trying to focus.
And that’s what can happen with lenses flare.
Flare can cause blurry images and blurriness in people with visual impairments.
It can also cause blurred vision in people who have a wide range of visual impairions, including vision loss.
The good news is that there are things you can do to protect your eyes.
First, make sure you have proper protection.
If you can’t have regular contact lenses, you’ll need to get new lenses or use glasses.
There are also ways to prevent flare.
Try using your favourite sunscreen.
Avoid contact lenses.
And keep your glasses clear of debris.
But if you can, wear sunglasses.
If glasses are necessary, it’s better to have them in the evening or at night, so they can absorb some of the flare.
If flare occurs in the morning, try putting them away in a separate box or bag.
If the flare is severe enough, call the eye doctor.
They can help you determine what you need to do to get your eyes protected.
If no doctor is available, a GP or eye doctor may be able to prescribe a special lens that’s specifically designed to protect the eyes.
If they can’t prescribe it, they may refer you to an optometrist or optician to look at the lens.
The optometrists will then perform a visual inspection to check that the lens is properly designed and the eye is protected.
They will also test the lens for damage to the lens, such as tearing, cracking or cracking.
Some people who can’t wear contact lenses can use glasses, such a those with retinitis pigmentosa (RP).
Some people with RP also have mild to moderate flare.
But some people with more severe flare also need contact lenses and need glasses to be protected.
People with retinal degeneration may need a different lens to protect their eyes.
This is called optic nerve damage and occurs when the optic nerve degenerates.
People who have optic nerve disease may also need special glasses or contact lenses to protect themselves.
Some optometrists and opticians will recommend that you wear contact lens protective equipment, such an eyeglasses or contact lens with a lens.
People can also get prescription eye glasses or eye protection for free, although they can cost more.
If a person has a flare, the optometradist or opticians can help determine what’s best for them.
If it’s not clear what you’re going to need, you may need to talk to a GP.
You may also want to consider getting a special treatment such as a retinal graft.
This involves inserting a laser into the retina and using it to repair the damaged retina.
People are often referred for this procedure because it’s easier to get treatment if they’re older.
People aged 70 to 74 and older need glasses.
You’ll need glasses when you have your first or second eye operation, or if you have a condition that affects your vision, such for glaucoma or macular degeneration.
If someone has an eye injury or a condition where they need glasses, they might need glasses before their first or third eye operation.
This can include people who are blind or have severe visual impairment, people who suffer from diabetes or kidney failure, or people who need glasses for other health conditions such as cataracts or macula.
If this is a first or first-time operation, you can get a new prescription for glasses at a free clinic.
If an eye doctor or optometrisant tells you that it’s too difficult to get glasses, the first thing you need is a new one.
You might also need to consider the risk of eye damage, such if you’ve had a severe flare or have a serious eye injury.
You should always ask for advice on what you should wear and when you need it, even if it’s a first-off appointment.