How to wear glasses with a face mask?

If you wear spectacles, you must have experienced the innocuous problem of glasses fogging up when you step out of an air conditioned room. However, you may be facing this problem more often while wearing a face mask. But why does that happen? Well, when you wear a mask, breath escapes up to your glasses, causing glasses to steam up, making it difficult to see clearly. However, this doesn’t mean that you should avoid wearing a face mask. There are no two ways that it’s important to wear a mask, even if you’ve been vaccinated against COVID-19, or have recovered from the infection. 

Wearing a mask is crucial to prevent the spread of COVID-19

Wearing a mask is crucial to prevent the spread of COVID-19

Follow these tips curated by our eye specialists  on wearing eyeglasses with a face mask: 
1. Keep the lenses clean: Clean the lenses with a regular lens cleaning solution that comes with glasses. Doing so helps in creating a thin film on the surface of the lens that prevents the lens from fogging up. If you don’t have any lens cleaning solution, wash the spectacles in soapy water and then rinse them with clean water. You can also use an anti-fogging solution before wearing the eyeglasses.

Note: Do not use products that aren’t formulated for eyewear. Products such as toothpaste and vinegar may damage the coatings on the lenses. 

2. Dry the glasses properly: Before wearing the eyeglasses again, gently dry with a soft cloth. Do not use a paper towel to dry the lenses as it can leave scratch marks.

3. Fit your mask to your face: The warm air escapes and fog up your lenses when the mask is loose. When putting on your mask, make the top of the mask fit the shape of your nose. Use self-adhesive nose bridge pads or pins to close the gap between the bridge of the nose and the top of your mask. Using pins or pads will ensure that the mask is snuggly fit. Make sure you use well-fitted masks such as the ones that come with adjustable frames.

4. Adjust the position of your glasses: Push the glasses forward on your nose. This will allow more air to circulate and prevent your breath from fogging up the glasses.

5. Position the mask correctly: Pull the mask up over your nose and rest your glasses on top of it. This will block the air from escaping and prevent fogging.

6. Use anti-fog wipes: You can also use single-use anti-fog wipes to keep your glasses streak-free, safe, and fog-free.

Note: Many people often use hand sanitizer to clean their spectacles. However, they must realize that hand sanitizer are an effective anti-fog agent only in a hospital setting where surgical goggles are used. Alcohol in hand sanitizers can damage the protective coatings of the standard eyewear.

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Dos and don’ts of contact lens wear

Rohan Basu, a 36-year-old from Kolkata, is a regular contact lens wearer. He was experiencing problems such as itching, burning or stinging sensation and watery eyes for quite some time. Finally, he decided to visit an eye hospital. Upon seeing an eye doctor he realised the mistakes that he had been making while using contact lenses. From wearing contact lenses to bed to wearing them to swimming pools, he had been using the contact lenses in the wrong way.

Dos and don'ts of contact lens wear

If you too are a contact lens wearer, it is important to know the dos and don’ts so that you do not put yourself at risk of developing eye infections. As a leading eye hospital in West Bengal, we share with you a few Do’s and Don’ts you must follow if you wear contact lenses. 


  • Do keep your hands clean. Your hands may be covered with germs, so always wash and rinse them thoroughly before touching the contact lenses. 
  • Do clean the lenses. Also, clean the lenses after removal as instructed by the eye care professional using the recommended solution. Also, keep the lens case clean. 
  • Discard all the lens solutions after the expiry date, even if there is any solution remaining.
  • Do carry your lens storage case and solution at all times if possible.
  • Keep your spectacles up to date. You can immediately use them if you lose your contact lenses. Or in case your doctor advises you to not wear contact lenses.
  • Wear swimming goggles while swimming with contact lenses. Also, wear protective glasses if you are dealing with dust, sand grit, or other foreign material. 
  • Always remove lenses before removing your eye make-up. Remove make-up with a good oil-free hypo-allergenic remover.
  • Clean your lenses immediately if you get any make-up on your contact lenses.


  • Don’t use tap or running water to rinse or soak your lenses.
  • Don’t rub your eyes vigorously while wearing contact lenses.
  • Don’t mix up your lenses. Always keep the right eye contact lens away from the left lens. This is especially important if the prescription numbers of both eyes are different. 
  • Don’t expose your contact lenses to sunlight.
  • Don’t apply any eye cosmetic products if you have swollen or red eyes or eye infections.
  • Don’t allow make-up to come in contact with your contact lenses. 
  • Do not share your contact lenses, even if they are zero power.

See an eye doctor if you experience an eye problem 

Contact lenses are convenient. However, improper use of contact lenses can raise the risk of an eye infection. If you experience any itchiness, redness, swelling or any other symptom in the eye, visit an eye hospital to get your eyes checked. Being one of the leading eye hospitals, we at Disha Eye Hospitals, have some of the best and highly experienced doctors, who will attend to your problem.

Cosmetic Safety Practices for Contact Lens Wearers

It is natural to be alert when wearing contact lenses, but you must take extra precaution if you are wearing eye cosmetics, besides contact lenses. Using eye makeup products when wearing contact lenses could cause harmful reactions which, in turn, could cause eye problems.

contact lens precaution

Listed below are a few tips to help you to maintain eye health when wearing eye cosmetics and contact lenses:

1) Don’t use eye makeup products past their expiration date

One of the basic yet important safety measures is to avoid using your eye makeup products way past their expiry date. Expired eyeliners, mascaras, and eyeshadows could cause irritation which will be troublesome to contact lenses. Apart from this, expired eye makeup products are a breeding ground for germs and bacteria

2) Avoid applying eyeliner to the inner edge of your eyelids

The one area of your eyes where you should avoid applying eyeliner when wearing contact lenses is the inner edge. Doing this could cause the eyeliner to come in contact with the lenses. The contact may lead to eye irritation and infection because of a chemical reaction with the contact lenses.

3) Avoid glittery, shiny eyeshadow when wearing contact lenses

Unlike regular eyeshadows, frosted/glittery eyeshadows flake in a short period of time, which may cause eye irritation and increase the risk of eye infection. It’s best to exchange these for regular eyeshadows with a mild formula when wearing contact lenses.

4) Discard old mascara applicators and other eye makeup brushes

Using old mascara applicators increases the risk of eye infection. This is because, the older the eye makeup applicators, the more susceptible they become to bacterial growth. Therefore, it is advised to replace old applicators with new ones.

When using the applicators, make sure that they do not touch your contact lenses or scratch against them. Wash your eye makeup brushes properly every once in a while to make sure there’s no bacterial growth in them.

5) Keep contact lenses away from certain cosmetic products

It is advisable to keep contact lenses away from certain cosmetic products such as perfumes, cologne, nail polish, nail paint remover, and false eyelashes. These cosmetic products chemically react with contact lenses and damage them.

If you are facing discomfort in your eyes when wearing your contact lenses or eye makeup, consult with one of our eye doctors at Disha Eye Hospitals. They can help you to learn about your general eye health and guide you in taking proper eye care, including early treatment.

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Risk Factors For Glaucoma

Everybody runs at a certain risk of glaucoma, irrespective of their age, gender, and health. However, there are several factors that put you at an increased risk of developing eye condition. While it is not possible to entirely prevent glaucoma, you could lower the risk by identifying and avoiding these major factors:


1) Being over 40 and above
Touching the age of 40 significantly increases your risk of developing primary open-angle glaucoma as well as primary angle-closure glaucoma. With age, the drainage pathways of the eye fluids weaken, which cause eye pressure to increase and lead to the onset of primary open-angle glaucoma. Older age increases the risk of primary angle-closure glaucoma as the lens thickens with age and increases eye pressure by narrowing the angle between the cornea and iris.

If you are 40 or above, you must get your eyes checked on a regular basis as glaucoma doesn’t show early symptoms, and it could be hard to detect during the early stages. A visit to an eye doctor would mean that your eyes will be thoroughly examined which would help to identify the early symptoms.

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2) Family history of glaucoma
If you have a family history of glaucoma, you stand at an elevated chance of primary angle-closure glaucoma, primary open-angle glaucoma, ocular hypertension, and pigmentary glaucoma. However, having a history also means that an eye doctor can assess your family’s glaucoma history information and detect the early onset of the glaucoma type.

3) Physical eye injuries
Physical injury to the eye is another crucial risk factor for glaucoma. Physical injuries (e.g. being hit in the eye) could narrow the drainage angle and increase pressure in the eyes. Physical trauma could also cause internal bleeding in the eyes which can contribute to an increase in intraocular pressure. If you are suffering from a physical injury in your eye, be sure to seek medical help from an eye doctor.

4) Eye-related problems
Central corneal thickness is one of the major risk factors of glaucoma. Thickening of the cornea causes ocular hypertension which increases the risk of glaucoma. Other eye problems that increase the risk of glaucoma include eye inflammation, eye tumors, and retinal detachment. Consulting with an eye specialist at the earliest can help you control and treat your eye condition and lower the risk of complications, including glaucoma.

5) Poorly-managed diabetes
Diabetes that isn’t well-managed, causes diabetic retinopathy which increases the risk of glaucoma. Diabetic Retinopathy involves abnormal blood vessel growth impairing the fluid drainage function and increasing eye pressure. If you are diagnosed with diabetes, get an early diagnosis at Disha to lower the risk of diabetic retinopathy. You can consult Disha’s retina specialists in the city.

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Food To Fight Cataract: Q&A

Your eyes need all the essential vitamins and nutrients to stay healthy and good food is, of course, the best gift to your eyes. Age-related cataract is an eye condition that often causes blindness and surgery is the only way to cure it. However, eating a healthy diet rich in antioxidants helps in reducing the risk of cataracts.

Can Food help in Cataract Prevention?

A healthy diet consisting of whole grains, fruits, and vegetables helps in reducing the risk of cataracts. Fresh fruits and vegetables are loaded with antioxidants and phytochemicals such as Vitamins A, C, and E along with lutein and zeaxanthin which help protect one’s eyes against cataracts.

Fish that are high in Omega-3 Fatty acid also helps in preventing cataracts.

There have been several studies that show that a healthy diet can actually help prevent cataracts.

Food to fight cataract Q&A

A 2014 study conducted in Sweden showed that women who consumed a diet with the highest Total Antioxidant Capacity are less likely to develop this eye issue. The study involved about 30,000 women of age 49 and older. The study found that fruits and vegetables contribute to the highest level of TAC (44.3%) followed by whole grains (17%), and coffee (15.1%).


A study published in Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science found that a diet rich in carbohydrates may increase your risk of cataracts. So, avoid anything that is high in carbs. The study involved checking the eating habits of over 1,600 adults.


What should you include in your diet to reduce your risk of Cataract?

You may include these items:

  •    Dark green leafy vegetables and colourful fruits and veggies are excellent sources of antioxidants that are good for your eyes. These contain calcium and folic acid- two important nutrients that help in reducing the risk of cataracts. So, even though you hate eating broccoli or spinach, but think of your eyes and eat them!

  •    Also, apart from eating dark green leafy veggies, it’s important to avoid processed and fried foods, sugary drinks, candies etc. All these things increase your risk of cataracts along with other health issues.

  •    Reducing the sodium levels in your diet is also important. High salt intake increases your risk for cataracts.

Giving up oily fast food is not easy but it’s not tough as well. Once you get used to a healthy diet of whole grains, veggies, fruits, and fish you won’t miss any processed and junk foods. This will not only keep you healthy but also improve your vision and reduce your risk of cataracts.

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6 Things to Know about Diabetic Eye Diseases


6 Things to Know about Diabetic Eye Diseases
People with diabetes stand at an increased risk of a group of eye diseases (categorised as diabetic eye diseases) including Diabetic Retinopathy, Diabetic Macular Edema, and Glaucoma.

If you have diabetes, you need to take special care in order to lower the risks of diabetic eye diseases. Know more about diabetic eye diseases here to take proper care.

1) How does Diabetes affect eye health?

High levels of blood sugar can cause the tissues in your eyes to swell and lead to temporary blurred vision. You may risk causing damage to the tiny blood vessels in the back of your eyes if you do not manage blood sugar levels. The damaged blood vessels, in turn, can leak fluids, lead to the growth of new weak blood vessels, increase the pressure inside the eyes, and/or cause swelling.

2) Protecting the eyes when you have diabetes:-

Managing your blood sugar levels is the best way to lower the risk of onset of diabetes eye complications mentioned above. You can talk with your eye doctor regarding the measures you need to take to manage your health condition and maintain a good eye health.

Our expert eye doctors at Disha Eye Hospital, a reputed eye hospital in West Bengal, can help you get a precise diagnosis and plan your treatment.

3)The most common diabetic eye disease:-

Diabetic Retinopathy is one of the most common diabetic eye complications. The serious eye complication involves damages to the blood vessels of the retina’s light-sensitive tissue. Diabetic Retinopathy, at early stages, may not cause any symptom or involve mild vision changes. However, the eye complication can lead to permanent blindness if not properly managed.

4) Symptoms and treatment options of  Diabetic Retinopathy:-

As the eye disease progresses, it may cause certain symptoms, including vision loss, vision blurriness, poor colour vision, and seeing floaters/dark spots in your vision. Major risk factors of the eye disease include the duration of Diabetes, tobacco use, pregnancy, and high cholesterol. Treatment options for Diabetic Retinopathy include medication, laser surgery, vitrectomy, and diet changes.

5) Diabetes and Glaucoma:-

People suffering from Diabetes are at an increased risk of developing glaucoma as compared to non-diabetics. A rare type of Glaucoma called Neovascular Glaucoma can occur when the damaged blood vessels on the retina lead to the growth of new, abnormal blood vessels on the iris and increase pressure in the eyes.

One of the treatment options for Neovascular Glaucoma is laser surgery, which is done to reduce the number of abnormal blood vessels on the surface of the retina and on the iris.

6) Diagnosing diabetic eye problems:-

Eye doctors conduct a dilated eye exam to diagnose eye problems caused by Diabetes. Prior to conducting the tests, the doctor may ask for medical history. During the eye exam, the eye specialist will widen the pupils using eye dilating drops. By doing so, the doctor will easily be able to examine the back portion of the eyes. The doctor may measure the pressure in the eyes and test visual acuity.

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30 Facts About Myopia

Facts About Myopia

You are having difficulty in seeing a distant object clearly; but you can easily read a newspaper up close. Is that the case with you? If yes, then chances are high that you are Myopic or Nearsighted.

According to a report published in 2016 in the journal called Ophthalmology, the number of people affected by nearsightedness is increasing rapidly. And by 2050, about half the population of the world (about 5 million people) is expected to suffer from this condition. Researchers mainly blame the rapid change in lifestyle involving increased usage of smartphones, laptops and decreased outdoor activities for the situation.


Before we delve into the details of Myopia, let’s first find out how the eye works.

How do Your Eyes work?

When light falls on your eyes, it passes through the Cornea of your eye and into the lens. The lens then focuses it onto the retina at the back of your eye and creates the image which is then transmitted to the brain. This is how you can see the world clearly. However, for producing a clear image, the cornea must have an even curve, and the eye also needs to be at the right length.

In Myopic people, the eye is a bit long from the front to back. This means when you look at any distant object, the light rays won’t focus on your retina, but in front of it. As a result, a blurry image is formed which is transmitted to the brain, making the distant object appear blurry for you.


Signs and Symptom of Myopia

1. Myopia or Nearsightedness starts developing during the childhood between ages 6 and 12. The eyeballs continue to grow in teenagers so, if the child or teen is suffering from Myopia, it tends to worsen quickly during this age.

2. The prime symptom of nearsightedness is difficulty in seeing distant objects or a blurred vision when you look at distant images or objects. If you can see closely held objects clearly or read books without struggling to see things compared to distant objects, then you have a myopic vision. You might face problems in clearly seeing images or words on notice boards, TVs, and movie screen. As a result, this can cause poor work performance or drop in performance at school and carrying out other tasks (driving or playing sports).

3. If you see that your child squints or frown while viewing distant objects, complaints of headaches and holds books and other objects close to his or her face, then he or she might be suffering from Myopia.
4.Children who are nearsighted may move closer to TV screens or show lack of interest in sports and other outdoor activities as it requires a clear distance vision.

5. If your child is having difficulty in seeing distant objects clearly, take him to the eye specialist. An early diagnosis and treatment of nearsightedness are important. It’s because, without better visual skills, your child might face trouble doing school work and other activities that require seeing distant things.


Causes and Risk Factors of Myopia

6. After you focus on closely held objects for longer periods, the focusing muscles in the eyes or the Ciliary muscles lock up. As a result, your eyes become elongated. When your eyes are overly elongated, nearsightedness occurs.


7. Myopia can be hereditary. This means, if both parents are Myopic, then chances are high that their children are at a greater risk of developing nearsightedness.


8. In a study conducted by Kathryn Rose, researcher of Visual disorders at the University of Sydney’s Faculty of Health Sciences says that deficiency of sunlight can also cause myopia in children. Another study conducted by the University of Western Australia also found that the lack of outdoor time is also a risk factor and contributes to the development of nearsightedness.


9. People who read a lot are also at the risk of developing nearsightedness.


10. According to Professor Ian Morgan, a researcher at Australian National University in Canberra, when children spend more time in front of computers or doing activities such as reading books, and watching television or reading books, they become nearsighted.


11. According to a study conducted by the researchers at Complutense University in Spain about 31.3% of first-year students were nearsighted. On the other hand, the rate of nearsightedness in final year students was 49%. As per the Research author Dr Rafaela Garrido, students usually spend a long time doing intensive near work with their eyes. People who use computer or microscope are also doing intense work with their eyes. This puts the eye under severe stress, causing nearsightedness.


How to Diagnose Myopia?

12. The eye specialist may use several procedures to measure how your eyes focus light and for determining the power of optical lenses that might be needed to correct the problematic vision.

13. The eye specialist will ask you to identify the letters printed on the chart. This test is for measuring your visual acuity, which is usually represented as a fraction such as 20/20. The top number of the fraction represents the standard distance at which your test has been performed (for instance, 20 feet). The bottom number of the fraction is the smallest letter size that you have read. If you have a 20/40 visual acuity, then you will have to get within 20 feet for identifying a letter or letters that a person with normal vision can see clearly at 40 feet. Normal distance for visual acuity is 20/20; however, people might also have 20/15 vision which is of course, better.

14. The eye specialist might also use a phoropter. The eye specialist or an optometrist will place several lenses in front of your eyes. They will measure how your eyes focus light using a Retinoscope. The eye specialist might also use an automated machine for evaluating the focusing power of your eye. The power is then refined according to the response of your eyes for determining the lenses that will help you get the clearest vision.

15. Many eye specialist use eye drops before conducting these tests. However, they may also conduct this test without using any eye drops. They do this for determining how your eyes will respond under normal vision conditions. The eyes drops are used for temporarily keep your eyes from changing focus while testing.

16. The information thus obtained from the test, along with the results of other tests, your optometrist will decide whether you have myopia or not. The optometrist will also determine the power of lens correction that is required for a clear vision.


Treatment of Myopia

The eye specialist may suggest a number of ways for treating myopic vision. They include:

17. Using Eyeglasses: This is the primary choice for correcting myopic vision for a number of people suffering from myopia. Depending on the amount of myopia, the doctor might ask you to wear glasses only for performing certain activities such as driving a car or while watching a movie. In case you are very nearsighted, then you might need to wear glasses all the time.

18. Usually, the doctor will prescribe a single-vision lens to give you clear vision at all distances. However, if you are over 40 years of age or if the patient is a child or an adult whose myopia is due to the stress caused by near-vision work, the eye specialist might suggest a bifocal or a progressive addition lens. These lenses are multifocal and provide different powers throughout the lens to help you get a clear vision at all distances.

19. Using Contact Lenses: Some people with nearsightedness use contact lenses that offer a clearer vision. Compared to an eyeglass, contact lenses offer much wider field. However, since you will be wearing contact lenses directly on the eyes, it’s extremely important to take proper care of the lenses for ensuring your eye health.

20. Laser processes: Your doctor might also suggest Laser processes such as LASIK (Laser in-situ Keratomileusis) or PRK (photorefractive keratectomy) as possible treatment options for persons suffering from nearsightedness. A laser beam is used to reshape your Cornea by removing a small part of your eye tissue. However, the amount of myopia that these processes can correct depends on the amount of corneal tissue that can be safely removed from your eyes.

  • In LASIK the eye surgeon removes tissue from the inner layers of the Cornea. For doing this, the surgeon lifts a section of the outer corneal surface, folds it back to expose the inner tissue. After that, using a laser the eye surgeon removes a certain amount of corneal tissue that is required for reshaping your eye. After that, the flap is then placed back in position. LASIK eye surgery is performed in all leading hospitals in India. If you want to undergo LASIK eye surgery in Kolkata or if you want to know about LASIK eye surgery cost, then contact us today at
  • In the case of PRK, the doctor uses the laser for removing a thin layer of tissue from the surface of the cornea for changing its shape and refocus light that enters your eye.

21. Ortho-k or CRT: This is yet another option for treating myopia. This process is also known as Corneal Refractive Therapy (CRT). This is a nonsurgical procedure where you have to wear a series of specially designed contact lenses that will gradually reshape the curve of your cornea. The lenses placed on the Cornea puts pressure on it, eventually flattening it to the desired level. This changes the way light (entering your eye) is focused. In this process, you have to wear contact lenses only for a limited period and then remove it. If you have moderate myopia, you can temporarily obtain clear vision for your daily activities.

22. Other procedures: If your eyes are highly nearsighted or if your corneas are too thin for laser procedures, then you might need surgical processes for correcting Myopia. An optometrist may implant small lenses in your eyes. These lenses are in accordance to the optical correction desired. This implant is usually placed in front of the natural lens of your eye.

23. Vision therapy (for people having stress-related myopia): Vision therapy is also an option for people who have blurred distance vision due to spasm of the muscles that controls the focus of the eyes. Your eye specialist might suggest various eye exercises for improving the poor focusing ability of your eye thus, regaining clear distance vision.


How to Prevent Nearsightedness?

Nearsightedness can be easily prevented by bringing a few changes in your lifestyle.

24. Get your eye checked regularly. Even if you see well, follow this routine regularly.

25. Certain health conditions, such as high blood pressure and diabetes can affect your vision. Try to control these conditions by following a healthy lifestyle.

26. Protect your eyes from harmful UV rays. Always wear sunglasses when outside.

27. Eat healthily. Include plenty of fruits and leafy greens vegetables in your diet. Eat fish that are high in omega-3 fatty acids.

28. Quit smoking. This adversely affects your eye health as well.

29. Use right corrective lenses for optimising your vision.

30. Do not put much strain o eyes. Look away from the computer or the book you are reading every few minutes.


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