Medicine’s Thomas Steinemann sounds off on dangers of sleeping in contact lenses overnight

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FitnessThomas Steinemann, professor of ophthalmology, discussed the potentially harmful effects of sleeping in contact lenses overnight. “During the day, when your eyes are open and blinking, oxygen still passes through your contacts,” he said. “It’s when your eyes are closed at night that the lenses can become suffocating.”

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