Dry Eye Syndrome - Information and Advice
There are certain factors that contribute to Dry Eye Syndrome, although both men and women of any age may experience it.
Dr. Krawitz's Favorite Dry Eye Drops
Artificial eyedrops in bottles can be uncomfortable, making the eyes red and irritated when they should be soothing. Not only that, but they can actually make the tear film LESS stable and cause permanent changes to the ocular surface.
Mechanisms of Dry Eye
Dry Eye Syndrome is a disorder of the tear film due to tear deficiency or excessive tear evaporation which causes damage to the interpalpebral ocular surface and is associated with symptoms of ocular discomfort.
Ocular Rosacea and Dry Eye Symptoms
Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory skin disorder characterized by redness and blemishes around the face, especially the forehead, nose and cheeks. When rosacea affects the eyes, the condition is known as ocular rosacea.
Dry Eye Condition
To help keep the eyes comfortable and vision optimal, a normal, thin film of tears coats the eyes. If any of the three layers of the tear film are deficient, the eye may suffer symptoms of dry eye.
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Nutritional Support for Burning Eyes
Nutritional support for optimizing tear production and promoting healthy tear film layers may assist with symptoms related to burning eyes.
Burning Eyes - Information and Advice
Burning eyes are a common eye health complaint. In addition to a stinging sensation, burning eye symptoms may be accompanied by a mucous-like discharge, tear-filled eyes, eye fatigue, and moments of blurred eyesight.
Dry Eye Syndrome - Management and Treatments
Dry eye syndrome is a chronic lack of sufficient lubrication and moisture in the eye. To help keep the eyes comfortable and vision optimal, a normal, thin film of tears coats the eyes. This tear film is made up of three main layers, which are critical to a normal tear film.