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About Dry Eye

Dry Eyes Symptoms & Causes

Know more about dry eyes so that you can do more to help yourself. Dry Eyes can be caused by problems with any one of the three essential components in the tear film that combine to protect, lubricate and nourish the surface of the eye. When the tear film breaks down too quickly, dry ...

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Dry Eyes Treatment Options

As Dry Eyes are caused by imbalanced tear components it is recommended that you try different treatments to find out which ones have the most useful effect onyourspecific condition. Since Doctors first started recognising dry eyes there have been several important treatment innovations:A...

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Sjogren's Dry Eyes

Sjogren's Syndrome was defined by the The syndrome affects the body's moisture secreting glands ...

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Contact Lens Dry Eyes

Contact Lenses can cause dry eyes because they sit in the tear film on the surface of the eye. The tear film is a finely balanced mixture of liquids which together form a protective, hydrating and optically perfect surface over the eye. Modern Contact Lenses are made of firm gel type ...

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Laser Eye Surgery / Lasik Dry Eyes

One of the most common complications of Laser Refractive Surgery (also known as PRK and Lasik) is temporary or chronic dry eyes caused by the disruption to the fine balance of the normal tear film covering and protecting the eye. The symptoms are the same as dry eyes arising from other, ...

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Blepharitis Symptoms & Causes

You know you have Blepharitis.... ....when your eyes feel sore and itchy along the eyelids. You may also see white flakes (like dandruff) sticking to your eyelashes. Blepharitis is a chronic condition. At root cause is Meibomian Gland Dysfunction - failure of the oil secreting glands al...

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Blepharitis Treatment

Since Blepharitis is a chronic condition, often lasting years as doctors/optometrists and their patients struggle to overcome it, the discovery of a new and effective approach must be welcomed. In the past the treatment of Blepharitis has concentrated on three areas: removal of ...

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Blepharitis Treatment

Since Blepharitis is a chronic condition, often lasting years as doctors/optometrists and their patients struggle to overcome it, the discovery of a new and effective approach must be welcomed. In the past the treatment of Blepharitis has concentrated on three areas: removal of ...

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Blepharitis Treatment

Since Blepharitis is a chronic condition, often lasting years as doctors/optometrists and their patients struggle to overcome it, the discovery of a new and effective approach must be welcomed. In the past the treatment of Blepharitis has concentrated on three areas: removal of ...

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Blepharitis Treatment

Since Blepharitis is a chronic condition, often lasting years as doctors/optometrists and their patients struggle to overcome it, the discovery of a new and effective approach must be welcomed. In the past the treatment of Blepharitis has concentrated on three areas: removal of ...

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Blepharitis Treatment Options

Traditionally recommended treatment: Pour hot water on a face flannel and quickly hold up to your eyelids. The water should be hotter than body temperature in order to start melting the waxy blockages but take care that the water isn't too hot to scald you hands or sensitive skin aro...

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How to Use Eye Drops and Gels

Check that your eye drop container is within expiry date on the package, has not been open for more than 28 days and is clean around the dropper tip Thoroughly wash your hands to protect your sensitive eyes and eyelids from possible infection Find a place where you can comfortab...

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Dry Eyes Video Guides on this site

Dry Eye Symptoms & Causes About Dry Eye Treatments Using Eye Drops & Gels Long Lasting Tear Gel Warm Compress Mask ...

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About Dry Eye - News and Links

Clinical studies American studies have shown that fully developed dry eye syndrome increases with age from about 6% of women under 50yrs to about 10% over 75yrs. The incidence of dry eye is the same in men and women of the same age. Blepharitis and Dry Eye There is a clear link be...

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