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    Blackout curtains, hands down. I'm a light sleeper and I tend to only get the bare minimum (~5 hrs) on weekdays and try to catch up over the weekend. With blackout curtains, it could be 10am and still be pitch black in my room.
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    Lasik Surgery. Procedure was 5k total, i saved up my holiday checks before putting in the 2 weeks and instead of blowing that **** on drugs sloots, protein powder and minute maid and got the eyes fixed. Went from glasses(been in them since elementary) at 20/80 i believe to a 20/15, better than 20/20. my procedure was No blades, all lasers, no pain(imagine lightly pressing your finger against your eye for a minute...yea.) Your eyesight is switched nearly instantly after the procedure just put drops in your eyes until your eyes stabilize(aka your eyesight begins to get worse) But the fact of not being in glasses anymore, boosting looks by +0.5(all bitches got glasses after 30), made that chit infinitely worth it

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    Electric dehumidifier.

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    I need this since i have a mold problem.
    How much did it cost you? How much is the electricity bill extra a month?
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    Originally Posted by AgentSkyhawk View Post
    Lasik Surgery. my procedure was No blades, all lasers,
    Is this the new standard? I thought they always used a knife to get rid of this thin piece of skin on your eyeball or something.
    Do your eyes feel more dry now? did they still remove that layer of skin but ''burned'' it off with the laser?
    Are your eyes more red/bloodshot?
    How do you keep your eyes open during the procedure? Do they use blocks that temporarily blinds you so you won't see the laser?

    What happens if your eyes end up worsening over time again. Can you do the procedure again?
    Or does that never really happen to drastic degrees?
    Wish i had lasik done, can't see chit from a distance and don't want to wear my glasses 24/7 because i fear my eyes will get lazy and get used to them, which will worsen my vision even more.
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    Reverse osmosis under the sink water filter system. Hnnggg water and pretty easy to install.

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    Blackout curtains, hands down. I'm a light sleeper and I tend to only get the bare minimum (~5 hrs) on weekdays and try to catch up over the weekend. With blackout curtains, it could be 10am and still be pitch black in my room.
    Sounds depressing to have the house black all the time
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    Sounds depressing to have the house black all the time
    You know that you can open curtains right?
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    Reverse osmosis under the sink water filter system. Hnnggg water and pretty easy to install.

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    Interested in the water filter, you have a link?
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    Interested in the water filter, you have a link?
    It was the iSpring brand on Amazon, which was one of the highest selling ones at the time, but I would trust the other one or two top brands, too.

    I got one without the mineral replacement cartridge or the fancy UV germ killer, or whatever. I thought those were just added hassle and expense for what I needed.
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    Originally Posted by backinthegymbro View Post
    I need this since i have a mold problem.
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    Is this the new standard? I thought they always used a knife to get rid of this thin piece of skin on your eyeball or something.
    Do your eyes feel more dry now? did they still remove that layer of skin but ''burned'' it off with the laser?
    Are your eyes more red/bloodshot?
    How do you keep your eyes open during the procedure? Do they use blocks that temporarily blinds you so you won't see the laser?

    What happens if your eyes end up worsening over time again. Can you do the procedure again?
    Or does that never really happen to drastic degrees?
    Wish i had lasik done, can't see chit from a distance and don't want to wear my glasses 24/7 because i fear my eyes will get lazy and get used to them, which will worsen my vision even more.
    I got Lasik recently as well (12/23). My procedure cost $1500 and that included a $500 insurance policy (basically if I have any issue they will take care of it for free). Mine was rather cheap because they were running an end of the year deal for 50% off (yeah seriously, spoke to the front desk and they were way over prior year numbers and just did a deal for the last 2 weeks of the year). To answer your questions from my experience.
    Much like his mine was blade free and all laser.
    My eyes were dry AF **** the next few days and have steadily improved. Now almost 3 months out I'm only using drops maybe once a day and it's usually when I wake up or there is a poor air system in a building.
    Laser altered the eye and burned tissue. It smelled like burning flesh but not as strong (no cannibal here, RN that's worked in the OR and ER, not cooking skin myself).
    Eyes are pretty fkin red for a day or two, seriously the first day or two are the only that were kind of hard. They held my eyes open with clamps (looked like those old school things girls use to do their eyelashes).
    No laser block but they flushed my eyes with saline often so everything was blurry and I could see lights but nothing defined.
    If your eyes get worse they have interventions they can do. Lasik and corrective eye surgery cant fix normal presbyopia though, its something we all develop over time.

    TLDR; Dry eyes suck but they get better. You're given anesthetics for your eyes and the whole procedure from laying down to leaving was like 10 min, its like 2-3 min an eye or so with maybe 30 seconds of laser time. I was nearsighted and had astigmatism with 20/35 sight in my left and 20/40 in my right, I now have 20/10 in my left and 20/15 in my right. I would absolutely recommend this to anyone who can afford it and they are good candidates (<40 years old, eyes prescription have stabilized, nearsighted and or astigmatism). Oh and insurance doesnt cover it if you care.
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    Originally Posted by BryceG117 View Post
    I got Lasik recently as well (12/23). My procedure cost $1500 and that included a $500 insurance policy (basically if I have any issue they will take care of it for free). Mine was rather cheap because they were running an end of the year deal for 50% off (yeah seriously, spoke to the front desk and they were way over prior year numbers and just did a deal for the last 2 weeks of the year). To answer your questions from my experience.
    Much like his mine was blade free and all laser.
    My eyes were dry AF **** the next few days and have steadily improved. Now almost 3 months out I'm only using drops maybe once a day and it's usually when I wake up or there is a poor air system in a building.
    Laser altered the eye and burned tissue. It smelled like burning flesh but not as strong (no cannibal here, RN that's worked in the OR and ER, not cooking skin myself).
    Eyes are pretty fkin red for a day or two, seriously the first day or two are the only that were kind of hard. They held my eyes open with clamps (looked like those old school things girls use to do their eyelashes).
    No laser block but they flushed my eyes with saline often so everything was blurry and I could see lights but nothing defined.
    If your eyes get worse they have interventions they can do. Lasik and corrective eye surgery cant fix normal presbyopia though, its something we all develop over time.

    TLDR; Dry eyes suck but they get better. You're given anesthetics for your eyes and the whole procedure from laying down to leaving was like 10 min, its like 2-3 min an eye or so with maybe 30 seconds of laser time. I was nearsighted and had astigmatism with 20/35 sight in my left and 20/40 in my right, I now have 20/10 in my left and 20/15 in my right. I would absolutely recommend this to anyone who can afford it and they are good candidates (<40 years old, eyes prescription have stabilized, nearsighted and or astigmatism). Oh and insurance doesnt cover it if you care.
    1500? Goddamn lol i would have dipped seeing that but that end of the year sale tho. Im not sure if it's the new standard i got recommended to the spot i went to from an optothalmologist. They explain the process to you as you're there. The doctor is doing the procedure and his assistants are walking you though it so imma say yeah they "burned" it with the laser but it's zero pain. I do remember smelling burning flesh tho.
    *Your eyes are red/bloodshot for about a week or so. I know after i got it i had to tell teachers at the time that I'm not high i just got surgery done and they didn't trip. But they go away for good once they're gone.
    *My eyes indeed were dry as chit and they give you different drops to use. One is to lubricate, the second and third is moreso antibiotics. The regimen is repetitious the first month or two,but month 3 onward it gets to the point where it's like 4 drops a day. You'll feel the moisture return in your eyes
    *They said they're more than happy to take me back if my eyes end up worsening over time, and that's due to macular degeneration, aka aging past 35 n all that noise. But imma still try to get them checked yearly.

    If you do get it, Do not...Do not...DO NOT slip up on the eye drop regimen they tell you to do. Most people whose eye sight doesn't change or get worse is because they slip up on the drops
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    Originally Posted by BryceG117 View Post
    I got Lasik recently as well (12/23). My procedure cost $1500 and that included a $500 insurance policy (basically if I have any issue they will take care of it for free). Mine was rather cheap because they were running an end of the year deal for 50% off (yeah seriously, spoke to the front desk and they were way over prior year numbers and just did a deal for the last 2 weeks of the year). To answer your questions from my experience.
    Much like his mine was blade free and all laser.
    My eyes were dry AF **** the next few days and have steadily improved. Now almost 3 months out I'm only using drops maybe once a day and it's usually when I wake up or there is a poor air system in a building.
    Laser altered the eye and burned tissue. It smelled like burning flesh but not as strong (no cannibal here, RN that's worked in the OR and ER, not cooking skin myself).
    Eyes are pretty fkin red for a day or two, seriously the first day or two are the only that were kind of hard. They held my eyes open with clamps (looked like those old school things girls use to do their eyelashes).
    No laser block but they flushed my eyes with saline often so everything was blurry and I could see lights but nothing defined.
    If your eyes get worse they have interventions they can do. Lasik and corrective eye surgery cant fix normal presbyopia though, its something we all develop over time.

    TLDR; Dry eyes suck but they get better. You're given anesthetics for your eyes and the whole procedure from laying down to leaving was like 10 min, its like 2-3 min an eye or so with maybe 30 seconds of laser time. I was nearsighted and had astigmatism with 20/35 sight in my left and 20/40 in my right, I now have 20/10 in my left and 20/15 in my right. I would absolutely recommend this to anyone who can afford it and they are good candidates (<40 years old, eyes prescription have stabilized, nearsighted and or astigmatism). Oh and insurance doesnt cover it if you care.
    I got LASEK about 6 years ago now, and it’s still the best money I’ve ever spent. Vision is still perfect 20/15. Would recommend this to literally anyone as soon as possible. I wish I did it at 20 or 21, as my college social life probably would have been significantly different.
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    Originally Posted by OliverHeldens View Post
    I got LASEK about 6 years ago now, and it’s still the best money I’ve ever spent. Vision is still perfect 20/15. Would recommend this to literally anyone as soon as possible. I wish I did it at 20 or 21, as my college social life probably would have been significantly different.
    Your college social life would have improved if you didn’t have to wear glasses or contacts?
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    Originally Posted by OliverHeldens View Post
    I got LASEK about 6 years ago now, and it’s still the best money I’ve ever spent. Vision is still perfect 20/15. Would recommend this to literally anyone as soon as possible. I wish I did it at 20 or 21, as my college social life probably would have been significantly different.
    I don't know man. Did you know that vision gets better with age too?

    Also, everyone I know who did LASEK and LASIK have really really dry eyes. They can't go anywhere without their eye drops. srs
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    French press and coffee bean grinder. Keurig can lick my sack.
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    Is this primarly for cold or warm weather? Has to be warm, right?

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