light brown colored contact lenses According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention United States, these habits can increase the risk of eye infections due to microorganisms that live in the water can move into the eye via a contact lens.
Other bad habits, which do not remove the contact lenses while sleeping. Due to this bad habit some contact lens wearers reported experiencing pain in the eyes, and redness of the eyes. The use of contact lenses are not careful could also damage the cornea of the eye.
"Tens of millions of adults in the US benefit from wearing contact lenses, but many of them are actually at risk of complications in the eye because of the behavior of the wear and poor treatment," the researchers wrote in the journal CDC Morbi.
To prevent eye infections, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention United States urged people to wash their hands thoroughly before touching contact lenses. Lepaslah any contact lenses before sleeping, bathing and swimming. To clean contact lenses, always use a disinfectant, do with plain water.