Dry eye is the chronic lack of sufficient lubrication and moisture on the surface of the eye. The causes are dry air from air conditioning, heat, natural aging process, side effects of certain drugs, Sjogren’s syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis, and collagen vascular diseases. There are various ways in treating dry eyes. These include Lubricating Drops, Antibiotics and Drainage Plugs. Continue reading
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Aside from wearing UV protective eyewear when going outside, or eating lots of fruits and vegetables, there are still loads of options on how to keep your eyes healthy, further, to avoid eye problems.
When wearing contact lenses, don’t wear it for more than 19 hours. You need also to remember to never sleep without your contact lenses. When you decide to go swimming, keep in mind to avoid wearing them.
During an allergy season, using an allergen-reducing eye can help you avoid itchiness even on a limited basis. Another reminder is to always read the label to know if it can be used even when you’re wearing contacts. Continue reading