Eyedrops and Accessories
Eyedrops for Contact Lenses
Blinking is well known in the medical field as the only natural way the body uses to constantly replace the tear film and provide reprieve from dehydration of the eye. Unfortunately, this process is not at all times sufficient for suffer from dryness due to contact lenses.
Eyedrops for contact lenses are salty or saline drops that are administered in the human eye to ease discomfort. The composition of the eye drops contains varying elements and compounds and this is determined by the condition being administered. It is not a must that eye drops contain any medication. The non medicated eye drops are used to lubricate the eyes and also as a solution to people suffering from lack of tears. The risk of side effects in eye drops is greatly minimized as compared to oral medication. One of the major side effects experienced by many users is the itching of the eyes for some short time after applying the solution, though some other effects like sore throat, fever and dizziness may be experienced.
Eye drops obtained over the counter in most chemist shops are classified into three categories: contact lens eye drops; eye drops for dry eyes; and get the red out eye drops. Contact lens eye drops are medically authorized to be used by people who are using contacts. They are also known as rewetting eye drops due to the fact that they are basically used to lubricate the eye and also to rehydrate the contacts. This eases the discomfort and itch of having dry contacts. In drug stores it is very common to find the contact lens eye drops next to the contact lenses themselves. This is to ease the purchasing as they can be purchased together.
Constant and regular use of the contacts eye drops is recommended by health eye care specialists as this will help in clearing out waste particles from underneath the contacts and thus increase the comfort of the user. The benefits of eye drops for contact lenses include: lubrication for contacts; soothing to the eye; increase in the stability of the tear film; works fast as it is applied directly to the affected area; dilates the pupil during a medical examination; many allergies can be treated with the administration of eye drops. As has been stated eye drops for contact lenses can be used by anyone feeling a discomfort while using contact lenses. As compared to other medication, eye drops are cheap and easy to obtain from any chemist or online shop that sells drugs.