Advantages of RGP Contact Lenses

Just because RGP (rigid gas permeable, oftentimes referred to just as GPs) contact lenses have been around a long time and have been seemingly displaced in popularity by soft contacts, they are still an important player in correcting eye disorders.

Rigid Gas Permeable lenses came along as a better alternative to PMMA, or hard, contacts. Hard contacts did not allow oxygen to pass through to the eye, setting up a situation wherein prolonged wear caused complications such as swelling, cloudiness to the cornea, blurred vision, and infection. The materials in RGP contacts are more oxygen friendly and the firm construction of the lens conducts a flow of tears across the cornea during blinking; this provides adequate and much-needed moisture to the eyes.

Gas permeable lenses hold their own alongside soft contacts for a variety of reasons. They can be fitted in a more custom-made manner to the eye and retain their shape better during the blinking process, which keeps crisp vision from fluctuating. The rigidity also assists astigmatism patients in maintaining a rounded cornea that will let light hit the center of the retina, producing desired clarity of vision. In this vein, GPs become the only resort for those with irregular or severely scarred corneas. They are also a top choice when post-LASIK wear becomes necessary to correct remaining aberrations following surgery.

While it is true that on average it takes two to three weeks to become comfortable with GPs (soft lenses tend to provide more immediate comfort), once a satisfactory fit is reached, the quality of vision attained makes the adjustment period well worth it.

The care regimen* for GPs is easier because of their resistance to proteins and other deposits; they hold up over time to repeated cleaning. Needless to say, a longer-lasting lens can be less expensive due to fewer replacements.

Gas permeable lenses can be made with various designs and materials, freeing the fitter to fashion a contact to meet precise needs. Recent advances in technology have allowed a hybrid lens to be developed that combines the best features of soft contacts with those of GPs. The result is a lens with a rigid gas permeable center married to a soft outer skirting-giving the wearer sharp vision and comfort.

So, despite the vogue for soft contacts, GPs should not be discounted when selecting a suitable lens. They have a proven track record that makes them far from obsolete.

*Always follow your eye doctor’s instructions for proper wear and cleaning of contact lenses. They will also assist in choosing the best lens and answer any questions concerning GPs, soft contacts, and other lenses available to you.

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The After Breakup Feel Good Arsenal

When you’re mending your broken heart after the breakup, we sometimes need a bit of an extra oomph to feel better. So whether you’re focusing now on the details of the breakup, feeling melancholic, or you simply want an instant pick me up, try skimming through this list for ways to make you feel great about yourself again. Then, you can jot down your favorites on your notebook or elsewhere, so you can check it again whenever you need a feel-good tonic.

Eat Good Food. Perhaps, you already know that some foods can actually make you feel great. You know this intuitively of course. But have you tried something specifically because you knew that it has the ability to make you feel things that are relaxing and great? Get happy by trying good food from your own pantry or from the nearest resto.

Listen To Good Music. There are a huge lot of songs out there that are specifically created to help people get through a particular loss. Better yet why not create your own break up song. Express those feelings in a soulful melody. Use tunes that will make you feel liberated, strong and empowered.

Watch a Flick. Regardless if you choose a teeny bopper flick, comedy or the ultimate breakup movie, look for a movie that has a feel good script. Something that will make you laugh your heart out would awesome.

Shower. Ah yes our personal favorite and I’m pretty sure most of you will agree on this one, taking a long, warm shower can instantly make you feel better. For those who love to soak on a tub a bath works just the same. You can also go to your local pool and take a plunge.

Journal a.k.a Blog in an Old School Fashion. Are you traditionalist who would rather use a piece of paper, or are you a techno-savvy individual who loves to do their journal online instead? Either way, writing your feelings, thoughts and sentiments down is a fantastic way to release the memory of the past. And you’re also gradually liberating yourself.

Go for a Stroll. It’s easy, cheap and anybody can do it, in time of course. Strolling or simply walking gets your brain working (this mechanism helps you to meditate) and it also gets the blood coursing. You can always go for a stroll with a family member or a friend and have a conversation. Talk to them with whatever topic is on your mind. You and your walking buddy can also explore a new hiking trail or find a trail path that leads to a serene place.

Get a Drum. There are a lot of studies performed and it showed that drumming helps to calm down one’s nerves, process grief, make you feel good and even aids you with a huge array of physical ailments. If you try to join a drumming circle you will meet a community of like-minded individuals to learn and grow with as well.

Practice Relaxed Breathing. Most people underestimate the power of breathing. Relaxed breathing makes you feel fueled and it calms down your nerves. It can take a bit of practice to do conscious breathing or focused breathing but once you get the hang of it you’ll learn be able to reap its benefits.

Join a Yoga Class. Great for flexibility, and a fantastic mood-enhancer, yoga is a brilliant tool in your feel good arsenal.

Break ups. Even those parting ways that’s done amicably can still sting. When you’re grieving the end of your relationship, make sure to do yourself a favor: after you curled yourself to sleep get up and make yourself feel better. And if none of the tips here you think doesn’t work, try to keep this in mind: «In the end, everything will turn out okay. If it’s not okay, then it is not the end.»

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Media in Manchester

Manchester is a large city located in the south central part of North West England. The city saw a lot of expansion at the beginning of the 19th century and you can even see today the difference that this expansion did to the way how the city is constructed as the urbanization of the city coincided with the Victorian era and the industrial revolution.

Manchester can be considered to be a center of arts, the media, higher education and commerce and it is considered to be the second largest city in the UK. It is highly populated and it is considered to be the third most visited city in the UK by foreign visitors. Manchester hotels are very reasonably priced and there are many other facilities that you will find in this city to be very well managed and maintained.

Manchester is one of the three main BBC bases in England. It is also the base for BBC One North West region so programs like North West tonight are produced here. BBC is also planning to shift some of the channels that they have in London to the area of Manchester.

Manchester has its own TV channel which has been in operation since 2000. All local and international content is found in this TV station and is available nationally on the BSkyB TV. As far as radio stations are concerned, Manchester has the highest number of local radio stations besides London, which include BBC radio, Key 103, Galaxy, Piccadilly Magic 1152, and many more. You can also find student radio stations at the University of Manchester and at the Metropolitan University.

The Guardian is a newspaper that was founded in Manchester in the 1800’s and its head office is in the city. Also, the Manchester Evening news is a newspaper with a very large circulation all over the UK and it is free in the city on Thursdays and Fridays. The Metro North West is available free of cost at the metro link stops and at the rail stations.

Manchester is featured in some Hollywood films like My Son and Grand Manchester Hotel and more recently the Japanese animated film Steamboy. The city runs the Manchester International Film Festival and the Commonwealth film festival as well. Granada Television is located in Quay Street and it is the producer of the oldest and most watched television soap opera, Coronation Street.

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The Majestic Manchester

In recent years, Manchester has reached the fame of being the third most visited city in England. Once Manchester was the main industrial hub, today the regal and attractive places makes this city as the most preferred holiday destination in UK. Manchester is well known for number of majestic museums that offers visual treat to the travellers. The spacious and stylish restaurants serve cuisines from all over the world to stir up your taste buds and the many hotels in the city suit the needs of all kinds of travellers.

Know more about the places in Manchester city:

Manchester Museum You can easily reach this museum as it is located near Manchester’s student village. This museum consists of rare collections and treasures of animal, and plant lives and rocks and minerals. The best pieces include pre-historic creatures, rare collection of Egyptian and live reptile’s and amphibians. They also allow you to access the objects displayed in collections. The cafeteria in this museum is a nice place to relax and discuss about your views and ideas with respect to culture and artefacts.

Royal Exchange Theatre: Royal Exchange theatre is situated in St Ann’s square. This is one of the best theatres and it hosts 350 shows in a year and accommodates around 7000 people who can be seated in three levels. Audience would be thrilled to experience a mixed performances that include drama, classic theatre, rock, folk and jazz concerts. The craft shop inside the Royal Exchange Theatre helps you pick outstanding pieces of jewellery for your loved ones. Besides this, you have plenty to choose from the collections that have textiles, ceramics, wood work and much more.

The Lowry: You can reach the recently developed Lowry just by a short drive from the city centre of Manchester. Lowry had gained great attractions in a short time and is considered one of the best places to visit. The mixed performances are scintillating that include dance, musicals, kid’s shows, comedy and full range drama. They have two theatres and studio space to present these shows. Southern side of the Lowry building is dedicated for dining and refreshment, so it consists of cafes, bars and restaurants.

Imperial War Museum North: This museum was opened in 2002 and it mainly deals with war ships. The well known architect Daniel Libeskind has designed these ships. Among the numerous collections, five pieces are significant as they date back to world wars.

John Rylands Library: John Ryland was a most successful industrialist in Manchester. He died in 1888 leaving all his fortune to his wife; then his wife maintained the library in his remembrance. The majestic building has a splendid gothic style. This place is a working library and consists of many unusual manuscripts which can be used in academia. However, visitors can still come to the place and view the extraordinary architecture.

Besides these, Manchester is a greener city in England and has a lot of outdoor activities especially the large public parks are centre of attraction. Some of the popular parks are Heaton Park, Wythenshawe Park, and Queens Park. Whether indoor or outdoor places, Manchester can entertain and make your trip a memorable one.

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