Less contact lenses in spring

- Mar 19, 2020-

Spring is a season with a high incidence of flu, and the eyes are also vulnerable to the impact of the virus. At this time, wearing contact lenses is likely to cause damage to the eyes.


Due to the fluctuating temperatures in spring, people are susceptible to flu, which can lead to viral conjunctivitis and viral keratitis. At this time, the eye environment is very fragile. If you often wear contact lenses without paying attention to eye health, it is easy to make inflammation worse.


At the same time, if the pollen particles diffused in the air in the spring enter the eyes, some people will suffer from allergic conjunctivitis. Coupled with the strong wind and sand in the northern part of China in the spring, blowing dust into the eyes can also cause eye infections and cause other inflammations. Contact lenses are relatively fixed to the surface of the eyeball when worn, which provides a breeding environment for bacteria and viruses. When pollen or sand accidentally enters the eyes, it can easily attach to contact lenses, which can lead to the growth of viruses and bacteria.


In the strong wind and sandy weather in spring, try to wear ordinary frame glasses. This way, on the one hand, the glasses play a protective role to prevent sand and dust from entering the eyes. On the other hand, once sand particles enter the eyes, the tears secreted by the tear glands also The particles can be washed away in time.