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    I've heard a lot of stories about people having a few too many drinks and then "falling asleep" with their contact lenses in.

    If you wear a daily disposable contact lens like 1-Day Acuvue Moist, would it be better to just take them out before hitting the pubs?

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    lol i have never heard of this but this might explain some rough days i have had lol.

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    With the raised risk of wearing them longer than suggested that may not be a bad idea at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simplyme View Post
    With the raised risk of wearing them longer than suggested that may not be a bad idea at all.
    I don't suppose it's possible to suggest that you take it easy on the alcohol consumption.
    There's drinking, and then there's drinking too much. If you can't remember to take your contacts out when you go to bed, I'd say you're pretty well impaired.

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    I drink with my lenses in on occasion, drinking that is. It's not related. It's perfectly okay to drink alcohol with your lenses in, just...don't drink too much. ^^ hehe.

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    Maybe if you take them out first you shouldn't drive hahahahaha. Seriously, I have not heard that falling asleep with the lens will damqge the eyes but I imagine that it can cause your eyes to be more sensitive. I sometimes fall asleep and I have not had problems, yet

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    My wife actually saw a printed warning about that type of thing in a travel brochure for holiday resorts that are all-inclusive.

    We were surprised to see a warning about it, but I guess there have been cases of people having trouble with that kind of thing.

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    Perhaps contacts should be used in anti-drinking ads from now on. Though given all the other side effects that come from too much alcohol, dry eyes are probably the least of your problems.

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    Thank you for your answers everybody. I didn't expect this to turn into such a long thread! Now that I've looked over the whole thing, I think people agree that it's probably a good idea to take your contacts out of you're going to imbibe.

    Georgiaonmymind suggested that people limit their alcohol intake, which is probably not a bad idea. I don't think your eye doctor will tell you to drink more.

    Psimonk suggested that you remember to not drink "too much." The trouble is, the more you drink, the more you believe "too much" to be. I read about the effects of alcohol on the brain and discovered that the very first thing that it does is affect the part of your brain that says "I think maybe I've had enough."

    Pretty convenient, huh?
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    You might want to "pre treat" if you are planning an evening of imbibing! Take an aspirin before you begin to indulge and I have also heard a glass of water for every alcoholic beverage will go a long ways to prevent a horrible hangover!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricardo View Post
    My wife actually saw a printed warning about that type of thing in a travel brochure for holiday resorts that are all-inclusive.

    We were surprised to see a warning about it, but I guess there have been cases of people having trouble with that kind of thing.
    What did the warning in the travel brochure say? Did it specifically mention drinking and contact lenses?

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    Quote Originally Posted by petlover1 View Post
    You might want to "pre treat" if you are planning an evening of imbibing! Take an aspirin before you begin to indulge and I have also heard a glass of water for every alcoholic beverage will go a long ways to prevent a horrible hangover!
    Have you tried this technique and found it to be effective, petlover1? There are many myths out there about how to reduce the intoxicating effects of alcohol as well as reduce the severity of the aftereffects. However, most of these things turn out to be just stories with little or no truth to them. I wonder if your "aspirin and water" techniques fall into this category?

    I don't drink so I can't tell you from experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by petlover1 View Post
    You might want to "pre treat" if you are planning an evening of imbibing! Take an aspirin before you begin to indulge and I have also heard a glass of water for every alcoholic beverage will go a long ways to prevent a horrible hangover!
    Not heard of the Aspirin trick before and not sure I see any logic behind it either.

    The drinking a glass of water for each drink makes perfect sense since alcohol is a diuretic and dehydrates you. Hence the horrible hangover in the morning. If I was going out for a good drink, I would try and drink a couple of glasses of water before I went to sleep. That fends off the hangover quite effectively. However, what I used to believe was a hangover in my younger days, turned out sometimes to be a complete lack of sleep rather than an excess of alcohol/dehydration.

    I don't drink much these days, but some years ago I worked and lived in Jamaica. I used to stay at the all inclusives whenever I had a chance and of course drink was included (except Champagne!). Anyway, I never saw any warnings about not wearing contact lenses there and anyway, if you drunk so much that you fall asleep, then you will be spoiling the next days sporting activities, etc. Falling asleep for a couple of hours with your lenses in, isn't the end of the world anyway. If your eyes are sore and it's difficult to get the lenses out, then a few drops of lens solution in the eye should help - but don't make a habit of it.

    I normally find that after wearing contact lenses for years, the routine of taking them out before sleep is automatic and not a problem.

    Some people advocate drinking a pint of milk before you go out drinking. This put 'food' in your stomach and slows down the passage of the alcohol into the intestine, where in fact most of the alcohol is absorbed into the blood stream (rather than in the stomach).

    knotlob

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knotlob View Post
    Not heard of the Aspirin trick before and not sure I see any logic behind it either.

    The drinking a glass of water for each drink makes perfect sense since alcohol is a diuretic and dehydrates you. Hence the horrible hangover in the morning. If I was going out for a good drink, I would try and drink a couple of glasses of water before I went to sleep. That fends off the hangover quite effectively. However, what I used to believe was a hangover in my younger days, turned out sometimes to be a complete lack of sleep rather than an excess of alcohol/dehydration.

    I don't drink much these days, but some years ago I worked and lived in Jamaica. I used to stay at the all inclusives whenever I had a chance and of course drink was included (except Champagne!). Anyway, I never saw any warnings about not wearing contact lenses there and anyway, if you drunk so much that you fall asleep, then you will be spoiling the next days sporting activities, etc. Falling asleep for a couple of hours with your lenses in, isn't the end of the world anyway. If your eyes are sore and it's difficult to get the lenses out, then a few drops of lens solution in the eye should help - but don't make a habit of it.

    I normally find that after wearing contact lenses for years, the routine of taking them out before sleep is automatic and not a problem.

    Some people advocate drinking a pint of milk before you go out drinking. This put 'food' in your stomach and slows down the passage of the alcohol into the intestine, where in fact most of the alcohol is absorbed into the blood stream (rather than in the stomach).

    knotlob
    Hi Knotlob,

    So many times I look at this website and wonder if there's any way people reading it can misunderstand it and hurt themselves. I like they way you and many others make sure to put the "Don't Try This At Home" message in your posts. I don't know how it is in Europe, but here in the United States, they literally have warning labels on cups of coffee reminding you that it's really hot and not to spill it on yourself.
    If I had my way, no one would drink any alcohol, but since I'm Just Some Guy On The Internet, all I can say is . . . please be careful, Lens 101 readers. New Year's Eve is coming up and for some reason New Year's Eve=Drunkenness. If you must drink alcohol, don't drive at all. Take a cab, spend the night and sleep it off, or get a ride from someone who hasn't touched the stuff.

    Stay safe. I want to hear from you in 2010.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eyeofthetiger View Post
    Hi Knotlob,

    So many times I look at this website and wonder if there's any way people reading it can misunderstand it and hurt themselves. I like they way you and many others make sure to put the "Don't Try This At Home" message in your posts. I don't know how it is in Europe, but here in the United States, they literally have warning labels on cups of coffee reminding you that it's really hot and not to spill it on yourself.
    If I had my way, no one would drink any alcohol, but since I'm Just Some Guy On The Internet, all I can say is . . . please be careful, Lens 101 readers. New Year's Eve is coming up and for some reason New Year's Eve=Drunkenness. If you must drink alcohol, don't drive at all. Take a cab, spend the night and sleep it off, or get a ride from someone who hasn't touched the stuff.

    Stay safe. I want to hear from you in 2010.
    Hello Eyeofthetiger

    Yes, Health & Safety is going completely over the top here in Europe and especially the UK. Can't have a real public Xmas Tree because it may fall down, etc!!!!

    The beauty of the All Inclusive Resorts I mentioned is that is you want to drink yourself into a coma, you don't need to drive anywhere. So many tragic accidents, lives lost and families wrecked through drinking & driving, especially at this time of the year.

    Your 'Cup of Coffee - I'm hot' warning reminds me of the safety sticker reportedly necessary for Food Mixer manufacturers to include - Don't try and lick the food off the blades while the blades are still turning!! I know that manufacturers and employers must cope for the stupid, ignorant or foolhardy individual, but that really does take the biscuit.

    But as you say, stay safe everyone, especially at this time of year.

    knotlob

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knotlob View Post
    Hello Eyeofthetiger

    Your 'Cup of Coffee - I'm hot' warning reminds me of the safety sticker reportedly necessary for Food Mixer manufacturers to include - Don't try and lick the food off the blades while the blades are still turning!! I know that manufacturers and employers must cope for the stupid, ignorant or foolhardy individual, but that really does take the biscuit.

    knotlob
    Sometimes licking the beaters is a hard habit to break.
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    One of my favorite warnings is on a chefs knife made in the USA. Due to law suits, it says,"If dropped, do not try to catch".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricardo View Post
    My wife actually saw a printed warning about that type of thing in a travel brochure for holiday resorts that are all-inclusive.

    We were surprised to see a warning about it, but I guess there have been cases of people having trouble with that kind of thing.
    She saw a warning in a travel brochure about contact lenses and alcohol consumption?

    Oh, and I have a question for knotlob. You said "most of the alcohol is absorbed into the blood stream (rather than in the stomach)." The alcohol gets into your bloodstream via the stomach, doesn't it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joeyrosschandler View Post
    She saw a warning in a travel brochure about contact lenses and alcohol consumption?

    Oh, and I have a question for knotlob. You said "most of the alcohol is absorbed into the blood stream (rather than in the stomach)." The alcohol gets into your bloodstream via the stomach, doesn't it?
    Some alcohol is absorbed via the stomach, but not so much.

    The vast majority of the alcohol is absorbed in the intestines.

    That is why people say "Don't drink on an empty stomach". If you have a meal, the stomach must partially digest the food before the stomach outlet valve opens to allow the contents to enter the intestine where the full digestion takes place. Therefore, any alcohol in the stomach is also delayed entering the intestines where it would be absorbed.

    So, if you drink on a full stomach, it will take a lot longer to get drunk!

    knotlob

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knotlob View Post
    Some alcohol is absorbed via the stomach, but not so much.

    The vast majority of the alcohol is absorbed in the intestines.

    That is why people say "Don't drink on an empty stomach". If you have a meal, the stomach must partially digest the food before the stomach outlet valve opens to allow the contents to enter the intestine where the full digestion takes place. Therefore, any alcohol in the stomach is also delayed entering the intestines where it would be absorbed.

    So, if you drink on a full stomach, it will take a lot longer to get drunk!

    knotlob
    Thanks for that information, Knotlob. Maybe someone will discover it's practical value in addition to its entertainment factor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FantasyEyeland View Post
    Sometimes licking the beaters is a hard habit to break.
    I LOVE those pictures! So cute! Notice that the beater has been removed from the mixer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eyeofthetiger View Post
    I LOVE those pictures! So cute! Notice that the beater has been removed from the mixer.
    I do too. I like how it's the same girl in the same pose, just about fifteen years later. It even looks like the same kitchen.

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    I do too. I like how it's the same girl in the same pose, just about fifteen years later. It even looks like the same kitchen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knotlob View Post
    Hello Eyeofthetiger

    Yes, Health & Safety is going completely over the top here in Europe and especially the UK. Can't have a real public Xmas Tree because it may fall down, etc!!!!

    The beauty of the All Inclusive Resorts I mentioned is that is you want to drink yourself into a coma, you don't need to drive anywhere. So many tragic accidents, lives lost and families wrecked through drinking & driving, especially at this time of the year.

    Your 'Cup of Coffee - I'm hot' warning reminds me of the safety sticker reportedly necessary for Food Mixer manufacturers to include - Don't try and lick the food off the blades while the blades are still turning!! I know that manufacturers and employers must cope for the stupid, ignorant or foolhardy individual, but that really does take the biscuit.

    But as you say, stay safe everyone, especially at this time of year.

    knotlob
    I guess we made it through another dangerous holiday season, didn't we knotlob?

    Knotlob . . . ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FantasyEyeland View Post
    I've heard a lot of stories about people having a few too many drinks and then "falling asleep" with their contact lenses in.

    If you wear a daily disposable contact lens like 1-Day Acuvue Moist, would it be better to just take them out before hitting the pubs?

    oh no, it's not true

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    Quote Originally Posted by FantasyEyeland View Post
    I've heard a lot of stories about people having a few too many drinks and then "falling asleep" with their contact lenses in.

    If you wear a daily disposable contact lens like 1-Day Acuvue Moist, would it be better to just take them out before hitting the pubs?

    don't worry... it's not true

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweet_r View Post
    don't worry... it's not true
    What's not true? That people pass out with their contact lenses in after a few drinks? I'm sure it happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klingons4Peace View Post
    What's not true? That people pass out with their contact lenses in after a few drinks? I'm sure it happens.
    Falling asleep in your contact lenses is usually no big deal, even if you've been drinking. HOWEVER, the lenses will stick to the surface of the cornea and if you try to remove them without first rewetting them, you could do serious damage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Contact Lens Fitter View Post
    Falling asleep in your contact lenses is usually no big deal, even if you've been drinking. HOWEVER, the lenses will stick to the surface of the cornea and if you try to remove them without first rewetting them, you could do serious damage.
    Wow, I'm trying to imagine peeling dried out contact lenses from eye eyes. That's it. I'm staying awake and sober.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nursenancy View Post
    Wow, I'm trying to imagine peeling dried out contact lenses from eye eyes. That's it. I'm staying awake and sober.
    Don't panic NurseNancy. You could either take your contacts out every night before you go to bed, or have re-wetting drops handy. Probably both.

    Staying sober is a great idea whether you wear contacts or not.

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    Yummy..... so cute

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anetra View Post
    Yummy..... so cute
    What's yummy and cute?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RayBan View Post
    I do too. I like how it's the same girl in the same pose, just about fifteen years later. It even looks like the same kitchen.
    I just said that . . .

    Mom! RayBan's copying me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eyeofthetiger View Post
    Hi Knotlob,

    So many times I look at this website and wonder if there's any way people reading it can misunderstand it and hurt themselves. I like they way you and many others make sure to put the "Don't Try This At Home" message in your posts. I don't know how it is in Europe, but here in the United States, they literally have warning labels on cups of coffee reminding you that it's really hot and not to spill it on yourself.
    If I had my way, no one would drink any alcohol, but since I'm Just Some Guy On The Internet, all I can say is . . . please be careful, Lens 101 readers. New Year's Eve is coming up and for some reason New Year's Eve=Drunkenness. If you must drink alcohol, don't drive at all. Take a cab, spend the night and sleep it off, or get a ride from someone who hasn't touched the stuff.

    Stay safe. I want to hear from you in 2010.
    I was going to say that the "Caution: I'm Hot" warning would make a good T-shirt, but of course, I missed the boat . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joeyrosschandler View Post
    I was going to say that the "Caution: I'm Hot" warning would make a good T-shirt, but of course, I missed the boat . . .
    Nice. Is there anything that's not on a T-shirt yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FantasyEyeland View Post
    Nice. Is there anything that's not on a T-shirt yet?
    I haven't seen any Lens.com T-shirts on line yet. Have you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nursenancy View Post
    I haven't seen any Lens.com T-shirts on line yet. Have you?
    That logo would look pretty cool on a T-shirt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klingons4Peace View Post
    That logo would look pretty cool on a T-shirt.
    Hey, good idea. Can I put you in charge of that? Here's the logo to start.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Superschwin View Post
    What's yummy and cute?
    Probably "Sublime Cowgirl" in that picture with the beaters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nursenancy View Post
    Hey, good idea. Can I put you in charge of that? Here's the logo to start.
    The blurry part would be interesting to create.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FantasyEyeland View Post
    Thank you for your answers everybody. I didn't expect this to turn into such a long thread! Now that I've looked over the whole thing, I think people agree that it's probably a good idea to take your contacts out of you're going to imbibe.

    Georgiaonmymind suggested that people limit their alcohol intake, which is probably not a bad idea. I don't think your eye doctor will tell you to drink more.

    Psimonk suggested that you remember to not drink "too much." The trouble is, the more you drink, the more you believe "too much" to be. I read about the effects of alcohol on the brain and discovered that the very first thing that it does is affect the part of your brain that says "I think maybe I've had enough."

    Pretty convenient, huh?
    A good post, FantasyEyeland. You're right. No doctor in good standing with the AMA will tell you that you don't enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Georgiaonmymind View Post
    A good post, FantasyEyeland. You're right. No doctor in good standing with the AMA will tell you that you don't enough.
    Don't you mean "No doctor . . . will tell you that you don't drink enough"?

    Step out of the car please, sir.

    Now close your eyes and touch your nose . . .
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