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Ways To Improve Dry Eyes Depending On The Climate You Live In

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What are ways to improve dry eyes depending on the climate you live in?

A member from our dry eye community said she has been diagnosed with moderate dry eyes, started the warm compress, massage, and lid scrub regimen. She has been taking 2,000 mg of fish oil for years already and usually wears gas permeable contacts. Her Doctor said not to wear contacts and avoid windy and warm weather however she lives on coast where this is not an option. Some days her eyes feel like they have been sand blasted.

Here’s our advice. You have a good base line going and that’s what we recommend. Make sure it’s a good quality of omega 3, good lid scrubs, less preservatives. Start looking at your diet more and exercising like we just talked about and then wear some wrap around sunglasses. In the UK, we do have some available. Look for “Eye Love Metal Men or Metal Sunglasses”  and we have some that wrap around really well and it will block all that wind from where you live. Wind is definitely something to avoid and a good pair of sunglasses that wrap around can do that. With warm weather it really depends on what type of warm weather. I’m not sure the kind of climate you are in but if it’s dry heat, then I agree, that’s going to make things worse. For example if I were out in Arizona I would be screaming but being in South Carolina, we have a very very humid heat and I find it actually really helps my eyes. If it’s humidity then I don’t think that’s a problem so much as it is the dry heat and the wind. You are on the good path just stick with it.

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ashley - operations manager on January 23 2018 at 01:42PM

Hey Sallie. We understand how expensive prescriptions can be, that’s why our doctors created a lid & lash cleanser that is actually affordable. I would recommend you checking out a couple different products of ours!
Lid & Lash Cleanser: https://eyelovethesun.com/collections/dry-eye-syndrome/products/heyedrate-for-blepharitis
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I would also recommend you joining our Dry Eye Syndrome Support Group on FaceBook. We provide a lot of different educational information on Dry Eye: https://www.facebook.com/groups/dryeyesupport/
One Love,
Ashley

Sallie Delong on January 23 2018 at 12:27PM

I have lens implant for 10 years, cataract removal. I have sleep apnea and have been on cpap machine for 4 yrs. I started having very dry eyes about 2 yrs ago. Not sure what changed. Eye dr wanted me to get a prescription but was going to cost 900 dollars even with ins – can’t do!! What suggestions do you have that I can dry and help myself? Thank you

Gal on November 28 2017 at 12:56AM

I have been a dry eye sufferer for many years, starting when I wore contacts. I have tried eye plugs, Restasis(which burned), various preservative free eye drops and even cold pressed organic castor oil(which made my eyes red). I spend a lot of money on Omega 7 supplements, which have helped a little. I just ordered your spray and Omega 3 bottle so I’m hoping that will help!

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