Risk of infection varies somewhat depending on the type of contact lens. Single-use daily disposable lenses are the safest type of soft contact lens, in terms of reducing the risk of infection. Rigid gas permeable lenses are a safer alternative than any type of soft contact lens. Your ophthalmologist can help you decide which type of lens is right for you.
Regardless of the type you decide on, proper care of the lenses is essential to eye health.
How to Wear contact lens in Accurate Way?
Rinsing:Rinse each side of your lens for five seconds with solution. Based upon your individual tear chemistry and lens-wearing schedule, your eye care professional may [...]
Here is my 12-step process explaining in detail how to apply makeup. Keep in mind that less is actually more so go ahead and skip a step or a few. I often leave the house feeling gorgeous in only sunscreen, mascara and lip gloss.
The most important part of your beauty routine is to get your skin in tip-top shape. Once you have a fresh, gorgeous palette to paint on, you only need to highlight your eyes
or your lips or perhaps your bronzed skin (hello bronzer!) for the perfect look. Feel free to skip any of the steps below if, for example, you aren’t into eyeliner.
Time Required: 10 minutes
Start with [...]
Being a Doctor is more than just curing patient , you have to support your patient at mental level also.
A Doctor should have Placebo personality, his mere presence and small conversation should make the patient feel comfortable and safe that he is in right hands.
Being a patient is entirely different stuff. You always feel that you should be treated nicely.
But the hospital environment and activities makes it a bad experience.
You have to stand in a Long queue first to see the doc and then for tests and other cumbersome procedures
But these days the health system is evolving and we are more focusing on patient [...]
Hair loss after Delivery is a very common problem.. affecting nearly 40-50% of the females.
Telogen effluvium is the medical term for post-pregnancy hair loss
The principal cause behind this is Hormones …The high estrogen levels during pregnancy prevent hair from falling out.
However, after birth hormones go back to their pre-pregnancy levels, all the hair fall that should have occurred during nine months of pregnancy, may occur at once.
It is a temporary problem since hair regains its normal thickness within 6-12 months.
Abortion, stillbirth, miscarriage and hormonal imbalance can also trigger hair shedding post-delivery.
But a [...]