Lenses exacerbate the common cold

Eye doctor Igor Aznorian said that wearing contact lenses when you have a cold can damage your eyes and make your cold worse.According to him, after contracting a viral infection in 1-1.5% of cases, eye complications begin. He added: “If the cornea is affected, for example, vision may become blurred, this is a serious condition that can be caused by both herpes “characterized by damage to the skin, mucous membranes, eyes and the nervous system,” and adenovirus lesions “characterized by damage to the mucous membranes of the system.” upper respiratory tract, conjunctiva, and lymphatic tissue.

According to the doctor, when the first signs of a viral infection appear, such as a runny nose, cough or sore throat, you must stop wearing the lenses, and he said in an interview with “Sputnik”: “Many stay in contact lenses, especially those who do not stay at home during illness, It should be borne in mind that under contact lenses, complications in the eye are several times more difficult in order of magnitude.”

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