Monthly Archives: October 2017

When Do You Need An Optometrist

An optometrist is different from an ophthalmologist as an optometrist is trained to diagnose the eyes and recommend glasses, contact lens or Lasik. An ophthalmologist performs surgeries on the eyes. When you get a dry eye, eye pain, sudden vision loss, star bursts or similar problems you need to consult with an optometrist immediately. To avoid sudden vision loss or serious damage to your eyes, you should visit the optometrist on a schedule provided by the optometrist. This article will cover when and why you need an optometrist in Albuquerque.

Glaucoma in Family History

Glaucoma will destroy the optical nerves and is caused by fluid pressure built in the eye. This is the worst eye disorder, and glaucoma symptoms are very rare. If you have a family history of glaucoma and you are aged 40, you should consult an optometrist in Albuquerque.

Diabetic

Diabetes causes eye problems and both Type 1 & Type 2 diabetes impact the eye. If you are diabetic or pre-diabetic for over a year you should check your eyes with an optometrist. If your child has Type-1 diabetes, you need to check it immediately. Although diabetes practitioners suggest an eye check in their hospitals, it is very important to have your eyes checked by a trained optometrist.

Over 35

You may have a bright and clear vision even after 35, but chances are that eye diseases are at early stages and symptoms are not detected. You could read well and see things clear, but you still have to consult an optometrist and make sure you do not develop any eye diseases. It is recommended that you do a routine eye check at least once a year to protect your eyes from any future disease.

Other Eye Conditions

Eye diseases occur at all stages of life, which may be hereditary, lifestyle, a side effect of other health problems such as diabetes, etc. Eye injuries may happen accidentally in the workplace. People doing eye intensive jobs such as working in front of a computer, welders or working with precision tools may develop eye problems. Here is a list of eye problems that need to be consulted with an optometrist.

� Blur Eyes
� Dry Eyes
� Flashes or Floaters
� Eye pain
� Chemical burn
� Sudden vision loss
� �Cobwebs� in vision
� Foreign body in eye(s)
� Red, itchy eyes

While consulting with eye doctors in Albuquerque make sure that they have graduated from a good university, have the expertise and have the latest equipment. Do not settle for cheap optometrists in Albuquerque as your eye is the window to the world.

Member Bumps And Keratosis Pilaris

Keratosis pilaris has one of those names that makes it sound far worse (and far more serious) than it actually is. The condition is more colloquially referred to as �chicken skin� or sometimes as having goosebumps. Both nicknames come from the physical appearance of the condition.

This common skin condition manifests as tiny bumps, usually quite a few spread out over an area of skin. The bumps often are mistaken for pimples, as they are very similar in appearance. The skin that surrounds the bumps is often dry and may sometimes be scaly. The bumps tend to get worse when weather is dry (and so are typically worse during the winter than in the summer).

But what are these bumps? They are clumps of a substance called keratin. This is a naturally-occurring protein useful in protecting the skin from outside substances and helping prevent it from getting infected. These keratin clumps typically form around hair follicles.

Member bumps

Although keratosis pilaris most often occurs on the arms or legs, it can occur elsewhere on the body � including the member. Though most often on the base of the shaft, it can spread upward and at times even reaches the head. It also can commonly be found on the sacks. (And just for the record, the rear is a fairly common place for the bumps as well.)

The good news is that keratosis pilaris is generally found in people in their teens and early 20s and in most cases disappears by the time a person turns 30. Further good news is that this is a very benign condition; there’s no pain, itching or discomfort involved with it. Its only drawback is that some people consider it unattractive.

The bad news is that there’s not really anything a guy can do to make it disappear. The clumps tend to stay around until they are ready to go away. However, a man can help to make them less obvious by treating the dry skin around them. Making sure that skin is well moisturized can disguise the member bumps, usually to the point where a person must get up close to even notice them.

They also are not contagious, so there is no need to worry about passing them on to any potential partners.

Treating the member bumps caused by keratosis pilaris can be made substantially easier by daily application of a top drawer male organ health crme (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Since the goal is to keep the manhood skin well moisturized, the chosen crme needs to contain both a high-end emollient (such as Shea butter) and an effective, natural hydrating agent (such as vitamin E). This combination helps seal in moisturizing oils. The skin will also benefit if the crme contains alpha lipoic acid. A potent antioxidant, alpha lipoic acid strengthens male member skin by removing the threat of oxidative stress free radicals can pose.

Red Manhood Protection From Cold Weather

Now that cold weather is blowing through, winter is definitely here. While even warm weather aficionados can find some things about the cold they like (hot chocolate, roaring fires, an excuse to stay inside and binge watch), it’s equally true that even cold weather fans can find drawbacks. And for men, that includes getting a red manhood from freezing temperatures and bitter icy winds. Finding ways to keep the member sufficiently warm during these winter months is part of good male organ care.

Red manhood

Now, there’s usually nothing wrong with a red manhood. Men who are fair-skinned tend to get a red manhood when it becomes firm, as the blood rushing into the engorged member causes a change in coloration. But sometimes a red manhood can signal a problem, such as being far too cold.

Anyone who has ever jumped into a pool of cold water has witnessed a cold red manhood � and one that is usually shriveled. But when the male organ is exposed to extreme cold temperatures for a prolonged time, it may actually get a little swollen and can experience extreme pain.

In some severe cases, a red manhood may be an indication of frostbite (or frostnip, an early stage condition of frostbite). Frostbite is accompanied by a numbness (lack of feeling or deadened feeling), swelling, blistering and fever, although not all men may experience all of these symptoms. If a man suspects he has a frostbitten member or other body part, he should seek medical attention. Severe frostbite can destroy tissue and in extreme cases may lead to amputation.

Keeping warm

To help fight that winter cold, there are several ways to keep the manhood warm during the winter.

�Don’t go commando. First and foremost, men who habitually walk around without underwear should suspend that habit when venturing out into winter weather. The cold weather can be too dangerous to male organ health, no matter how nice the feeling of freedom may be.

�Stand in front of a fire. Spending a few minutes in front of a fireplace can help warm up a member so it withstands the cold better during its first minutes outside.

�Give the member a rub. Similarly, taking a couple of minutes to rub and massage the manhood before tackling the cold can be beneficial. This will get the blood circulating and help deflect the initial cold.

�Tuck it in. If he is only going to be outside for a few minutes, a guy can try tucking his manhood between his legs for extra warmth. However, since it will pop out relatively quickly, this is a very short term solution.

�Layer up. Doubling up on underwear is strongly advised. Just as a guy may wear a shirt, sweater and coat to combat the cold, so should he consider wearing more than one pair of underwear. The bottom layer should be tight briefs, an athletic supporter or compression shorts, each of which will fit the male organ more snugly.

�Go thermal. It can also help to wear thermal underwear, which may add an extra layer of warmth to the region.

�Investigate wind briefs. Many runners wear wind briefs, specially designed underwear with an extra layer of protection in the midsection.

�Wear a member warmer. A man can invest in an actual knitted member warmer � or simply wear a (clean) sock over the organ when temperatures get frosty.

Taking steps to prevent a red manhood due to cold weather pays off. So does taking steps to ensure overall male organ health, such as regularly applying a top drawer male organ health crme (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). For best results, a guy should select a crme that is going to �cover all the bases� by including the major vitamins necessary for member health promotion � A, B5, C, D and E. In addition, the crme should include L-arginine, an amino acid which helps manhood blood vessels expand so they can accommodate a greater flow of blood.

Keep A Strong Member With These Workout Tips

As any man knows, working out is important for overall health. But it’s also quite important when it comes to manhood health as well. That’s for two reasons: First, because the manhood is made stronger by the strengthening of muscles around it. Second, it’s because good overall health means better blood flow and stamina, both of which are quite welcome in the bedroom. So to help ensure proper manhood care that leads to a healthy male organ, a man should incorporate a solid workout regimen into his day.

But what workouts are best? Is there any one particular exercise that is better than another? Read on to learn the secrets of workouts and a strong member.

1.Target the midsection. Any exercises that strengthen the core do a lot of good things for the body. For instance, these exercises can help relieve back pain, improve a man’s posture and help him lose that spare tire around the middle. And that’s important when it comes to a healthy male organ and bedroom antics. That’s because the more fat a man has around his midsection, the more it �covers up’ the base of the manhood, thus making him look as though he’s much smaller than he really is.

2.Get the blood pumping. To help the heart get stronger, cardiovascular exercise is important. This can include running, swimming, biking, or any other exercise that gets the heart rate going and gets a man breathing hard. This helps ensure the blood is moving properly through the veins, and in turn, that means it will move more easily through the manhood when it’s time to get hard and get it on.

3.Get flexible. But it’s not just about getting the heart in better shape and losing that spare tire. It’s also about making sure muscle, tendons, ligaments and every other part of the body stays healthy and strong. To that end, the flexibility required in yoga is a great way to help a man stay in the game. But besides that, yoga allows a man a great way to get rid of day-to-day stress, which can lead to better mental health.

4.Do some Kegels. This is an exercise that can be done anytime and anywhere. The trick is knowing which muscles to use. Here’s how: When a man gets hard, he should lie down on the bed and look down at his manhood. Move the muscle that makes the manhood jump or twitch. Hold the muscle tight so the manhood makes that movement, then relax it. Do this a few times. That’s a Kegel exercise, and it can quickly lead to a strong, healthy male organ.

5.Make it a habit. Don’t just exercise a few times and call it a day. Make a point of exercising every week, at least two or three times a week, long enough to create a great workout � at least thirty minutes at a time. Kegels should be done anytime a man feels like doing them throughout the day.

And of course, a man who has gone out of his way to do a great workout should pamper the manhood a little more before he calls it a day. He can do so by applying a specially formulated manhood health crme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). He should look for something with powerhouses of antioxidants for a healthy male organ, such as alpha lipoic acid, L-arginine and L-carnitine. Vitamins A, B5, D, C and more are great for overall health. And Shea butter and vitamin E help a man avoid the itchiness of dry skin that can occur after a good, sweaty workout