How to Say Bye to Dry Eye

By Adem Lewis / in , , , , , , /

I want to talk to you about a problem that
affects millions of us. Dry eye. We don’t all have the same dry eye symptoms. Sometimes I get so irritated, I water more
than usual. Or I can get red and sting. Sometimes I feel like I’m in a hot desert
sand storm with no shelter. There are lots of reasons dry eye occurs. Allergies, air pollution, asthma medication. Spending too much time looking at the computer,
and so many more. I went through all the possibilities. Luckily, there are plenty of do-it-yourself
solutions to help ease the symptoms quickly. And for most of us, a few simple lifestyle
changes will do the trick. If these simple changes don’t work, and your
eyes are red and painful, visit your ophthalmologist right away. Dry eye can be a sign that something else
is going on with our body. Learn more on how to say bye to dry eye, visit the American Academy of Ophthalmology EyeSmart website.

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  2. This video is devoid of helpful information.
    Video teaser headline: "How to say goodbye to dry eye".
    Video's answer: Go see your ophthalmologist.
    I've done this many times over many years. Here's how it goes:
    Ophthalmologist: "Your eyes are not producing 'adequate' tears.
    Me: I know this. That is why I am here. Here is what I have tried: I take Omega 3 supplements, do antibacterial eyelid/eyelash washes, apply hot compresses to lids and then massage. I have also used Restasis and have taken Doxycycline for 10 months without improvement.

    What else can I do?
    Ophthalmologist: "I don't know. Maybe you have an immune disorder."
    Me: Ok. So how do I fix it?
    Ophthalmologist: "I don't know."


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