Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Relief Sjogren's Dry Eyes with TheraLife

Sjogren’s syndrome is a form of autoimmune disease where your body defense mechanism (immune system) attacks the organs that produce moisture. The most common symptoms are dry eye and dry mouth.

Sjogren’s syndrome related dry eyes are often severe, results in eye ulcers, corneal abrasion,  Some people with Sjögren's syndrome also have other autoimmune disorders, such as rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus ( SLE), sclerosis, vasculitis, mixed connective tissue disease, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, primary biliary cirrhosis, and chronic autoimmune hepatitis.  Most Sjorgren’s patients are women.

Conventional therapy for Sjorgren’s chronic dry eye often includes eye drops – which make dry eye drier. Prescription drugs include steroids which can have side effects.

How TheraLife Eye Autoimmune Formula Works

TheraLife Autoimmune Formula is all, and works by restoring tear secretions, reduce flares and attackes by:

1. Intracellular stimulation of tear glands (mybomian, lacrimal) to promote one’s glands to secret its own tears naturally and overcome issues with poor micro-circulation and membrane permeability.

2. Natural ingredients that act as an immune suppressant (immune modulator)

3. Relief fatigue

4. All natural. 

5. Provides continuous daily support.

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Thursday, December 4, 2014

Are Blepharitis, Meibomian Gland Dysfunction and Chronic Dry Eye Syndrome Related?

Yes, you guessed it.

Blepharitis,  Meibomian Gland Dysfunction and chronic dry eye syndrome are all related. 

High percentage of the people with chronic dry eyes have this condition. Neither they or their eye doctors know it.

It is one of the most difficult dry eye conditions to treat.

Common symptoms of this condition include dry, red, swollen and irritated eye lids, and in most cases, crust build up (Blepharitis) on your eye lids.  This sticky materials attract bacteria, mites which in turn causes eye infections and inflammation.

You can use eye drops, hot compress,  eye lid cleanser, and your eyes are still red, dry, crusty, and irritable.

What causes Blepharitis and Meibomian Gland Dysfunction?

Blepharitis is a chronic condition caused by inflammation of your eye lids.  Meibomian glands (oil glands) produce lubricants to thicken tears. Constant inflammation from dry eyes and blepharitis causes  Meibomian gland to shut down.  Some people are more prone to meibomian gland dysfunction than others- skin type, composition of blood all contributes to clogging, just like pimples.

Common causes of Blepharitis include:
  • Age
  • Allergy
  • Immune system problems -e.g. Sjogrens
  • Hormone changes
  • Bacteria- eye infections treated with antibiotics.
  • Dermatitis (rosacea, dandruff,) sometimes allergies.
  • Demodex- mites growing on eye lashes
Typical Treatments  for Blepharitis and Meibomian Gland Dysfunction are:

1. Eye lid cleaning- hygiene is most important.

2. Wet hot compress to loosen meibomian gland clogging daily.  gently massage both upper and lower eye lids after wards

3. Prescription antibiotic eye drop. or low dose oral antibiotics.

4. Steroid eye drops e.g. Lotemax, Predforte, FML
What does your eye care doctor look for?

During and exam, the eye specialist usually looks a the patient’s eyes through a slit lamp, a microscopy-like instrument, to view the eye in more detail. In people with Meibomian Gland Dysfunction( MGD), the doctor will see plugged glands and thickened secretions. The doctor also will see very rapid tear film breakup (Tear Breakup Test of 5 seconds or less), a tell tail sign of MGD.  Ask your eye doctor to express the meibomian glands and tell you what comes out.  Descriptions should be clear, cloudy, tooth paste or nothing comes out.  Clear is normal.  cloudy and tooth paste may be able to melt with consistent daily use of hot compresses.  Athrophied meibomian glands may require surgical procedures.

Unfortunately, Blepharitis tends to recur. And this condition can be very frustrating!

How can TheraLife Eye Help?

TheraLife Eye is effective in reducing inflammation and stimulates tear flow for chronic dry eye relief. Often people with chronic dry eyes also have Blepharitis. Treating chronic dry eyes reduces the inflammation, and also helps to reduce the recurrence of blepharitis. It is highly recommended that those who have Blepharitis stay on TheraLife Eye long term to increase the rate of success.

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Thursday, November 20, 2014

Best Wrap Around Sunglasses for Dry Eyes

Most people with chronic dry eye syndrome are affected by sun, wind and glare.

We get lots of questions about which sunglasses to wear to help protect eyes from exposure to sensitive elements and potential damage due to long-term exposure to sunlight.

Excessive exposure to UV radiation and blue light from the sun can cause cataracts, early onset of retinal diseases such as macular degeneration, and cause skin cancer in the sensitive tissue surrounding one's eyes. Radiation damage can even occur on cloudy days.

We recommend 100% UVA/UVB protecting wraparound glasses. The best lens color is amber, which also neutralizes blue light. Brown is the next best color.

Cheaper glasses may have a coating to block out UV light that can rub off overtime. Many people think it is the tint that helps protect one's eyes, but it is actually the UV filter. So, if the filtering coating wears off, a dark lens actually increases pupil dilation, allowing more light to enter the eyes.

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Thursday, November 13, 2014

Lid Margin Debridement -Treatment for Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD)


Lid scraping, also known as lid margin debridement or lid exfoliation, is a relatively recent addition to the treatment paradigm of MGD and dry eye. Its first reference in the peer-reviewed literature as a treatment option for these conditions was in 2013. Its premise is to remove any physical barriers that may interfere with meibum delivery not only to the lid margin, but also to the tear film.

The anterior lid margin, aside from the meibomian gland orifices and lashes, is histologically identical to the cornified epidermis of the skin. It, therefore, naturally accumulates keratin, devitalized cells, and extracellular debris, all of which are capable of obstructing the migration of meibum to the tear film. With age, the Line of Marx (LOM), a linear pattern of staining in the region of the mucocutaneous junction, thickens, heightens, undulates, and often displaces anterior to the meibomian gland orifices. These changes are purported to be secondary to an osmotic gradient within the tear meniscus that alters the cellular morphology over decades. Similar to above, the elevated ridge of cells in this area obstructs meibum migration.

Full lid margin debridement entails scraping of both the keratinized lid margin (from the mucocutaneous junction to the base of the lashes) and the thickened LOM to facilitate meibum delivery to the tear film. Shown in our instructional video is the former, as the latter is most effective with lissamine green to allow visibility of the LOM. The technique, however, is identical. Korb and Blackie performed this procedure on 16 symptomatic MGD patients and found that symptoms and meibomian gland expressibility were significantly improved one month post treatment compared to 12 untreated controls.

What’s the best part about this procedure? You already have all the tools needed, a spatula, spud, or even a product like a Q-tips Precision Tips Cotton Swab wet with saline. Start lid scraping today and monitor your patients for changes in signs and symptoms.

Blepharitis and Meibomian Gland Dysfunction accounts for a high percentage of dry eye patients who are no longer responsive to eye drops, steroid drops, antibiotics.  The tremendous amount of inflammation from dry eyes has shut down the normal tear functions.  TheraLife can help

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Thursday, November 6, 2014

Tips for Dry Eyes from Computer Overuse.

You have been using computer for hours! Your eyes are soar! They hurt!  Tried eye drops by the hour, it is not helping.  What to do?

Here are some simple tips to  relief dry eyes:
  1. Blink often – program onto your computer to remind you to blink.
  2. Avoid fluorescent lights - shield your eyes.
  3. Take your eyes away from the computer 5 minutes every hour- look out the window and focus on a far away place to relax your eyes.
Other tips include:

1. Drink lots of water - no water, no tears

2. Exercise to improve circulation and help deliver blood and nutrients to the eye.

3. Use humidifiers especially in the bedroom where you sleep or a small portable one by your desk.

4. Wear wrap around sunglasses – dry eyes are very light and wind sensitive.

5. Frequent use of eye drops make your eyes drier.

6. Wear Night Time Moisture Goggles.   Your eyelids maybe partially open during sleep. Especially when you notice your eye balls are stuck to your eye lids during the night.

7. Use wet warm compress over your eyes- to improve circulation and help you relax.

8. Get enough sleep!

How TheraLife Eye can Help!

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Thursday, October 23, 2014

Should you be on the Paleo Diet for Autoimmune Diseases?

The Paleo diet is designed for people with autoimmune disorders, such as Hashimoto's Thyroiditis., Sjogren's Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus and more.  

It is not easy trying to stay on this diet because you are not allowed any diary, nuts, gluten, preservatives. It is totally different way of living.  

For those who want to try, please consult your physician.   

However, it maybe worth a try if you do have autoimmune disorders.

Here are some details of this diet-  Completely eliminate-
  • Eggs (especially the whites)
  • Nuts
  • Seeds (including cocoa, coffee and seed-based spices)
  • Nightshades - because they contain azo dyes which some people are sensitive to.  eg potatoes, tomatoes, eggplants, sweet and hot peppers, cayenne, red pepper, tomatillos, goji berries etc. and spices derived from peppers, including paprika
  • Potential Gluten Cross-Reactive Foods
  • Fructose consumption in excess of 20g per day
  • Alcohol
  • NSAIDS (like aspirin or ibuprofen)
  • Non-nutritive sweeteners (use honey, maple syrup instead)
  • Emulsifiers, thickeners, and other food additives
Eating more of the following:
  • organ meat and offal (aim for 5 times per week, the more the better)
  • fish and shellfish (wild is best, but farmed is fine) (aim for at least 3 times per week, the more the better)–
  • vegetables of all kinds, as much variety as possible and the whole rainbow, aim for 8-14 cups per day
    • Green vegetables
    • Colorful vegetables and fruit (red, purple, blue, yellow, orange, white)
    • Cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, cabbage, kale, turnips, arugula, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, watercress, mustard greens, etc.)
    • Sea vegetables (excluding algae like chlorella and spirulina which are immune stimulators)
  • quality meats (grass-fed, pasture-raised, wild as much as possible) (poultry in moderation due to high omega-6 content unless you are eating a ton of fish)
  • quality fats (pasture-raised/grass-fed animal fats [rendered or as part of your meat], fatty fish, olive, avocado, coconut, palm [not palm kernel])
  • fruit (keeping fructose intake between 10g and 20 g daily)
  • probiotic foods (fermented vegetables or fruit, kombucha, water kefir, coconut milk kefir, coconut milk yogurt, supplements)–read about them here and here.
  • glycine-rich foods (anything with connective tissue, joints or skin, organ meat, and bone broth
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Friday, July 25, 2014

What kind of sunglasses should you chose to protect your vision?

Sunglasses can protect your eyes from harmful ultraviolet rays (UV) and high-energy visible light -- light from the blue part of the spectrum, implicated in cataracts and retina damage.

Wrap around protective sunglasses also shield away wind and sunlight that affects people with dry eyes.

Here are some tips when you chose sunglasses.

Claims. Labels for sunglasses are not regulated and are often inconsistent and confusing. A sticker that says "blocks UV" or "UV-absorbent" is meaningless because it doesn't tell you how much UV is blocked. Sunglasses with stickers that claim to block a specific percentage of UV, such as "99% to 100% UV absorbent."  is a better choice

Are darker sunglasses better?   Darker lenses don't mean better UV protection. Unless darker lenses are fabricated to block UV, they can be more harmful than wearing no sunglasses. That is because they cause pupils to dilate, allowing more UV light into the eyes. Lenses should be dark enough so that you can't see your eyes when looking in the mirror, but light enough to see curbs, stoplights and stairs.

How much should you pay?   It's possible to find great, protective sunglasses in the $20 to $60 range. More expensive sunglasses are not necessarily better, but super-cheap sunglasses (less than $20) are less likely to offer adequate protection.

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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

New Study Indicate Omega 3 May Help Wet Macular Degeneration

Macular degeneration creates vision problems especially when there is a macular hole- as depicted in the photo above where one cannot see the image at the center vision field.  This significantly impairs quality of life.

We macular degeneration is when the eye starts bleeding due to the fragile blood vessels in the eye, which can cause total blindness if left untreated.

A new study shows that omega-3 fatty acids could help with wet macular degeneration. Macular degeneration is expected to increase by fifty percent (50%) in older adults in industrialized countries by 2020. As the leading cause of vision loss in the elderly, it is a condition of serious significance. The macula is the central part of the retina.  It is responsible for the central vision. The retina is a thin layer of nerves and visual receptors at the back of the eye that is composed of rods and cones. It transmits visual signals to the brain. It is supported by the choroid, a network of blood vessels that feed and nourish the retina.

There are two forms of macular degeneration: wet and dry. In wet macular degeneration the main cause of vision loss is the growth of new blood vessels (neovascularization) in the choroid. These new blood vessels are fragile and leak blood, adding debris that clouds the retina and sometimes results in a retinal detachment. One potential treatment for wet macular degeneration is reducing neovascularization (new blood vessels) with a series of injections such as Lucentis, Avestin or Eylea. These are shots directly into the eye ball.

A new in vivo study shows that omega-3 fatty acids can radically reduce neovascularization in the choroid. The effect seems to be the result of metabolites of omega-3 fatty acids produced by the cytochrome P450 enzyme system. Mice fed omega-3′s had statistically significant lower rates of neovascularization. This offers promising hope for those suffering from wet macular degeneration, which comprises about 10% of all AMD cases.

Omega-3 fatty acids are found most plentifully in fish oil and krill oil, which is readily available in health food stores. There are vegetarian versions as well through algae sources.

Here are the references for this article.
Study: Cytochrome P450-generated metabolites derived from ω-3 fatty acids attenuate neovascularization, PNAS,

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This facilitates the transport of unwanted lipids, proteins out of the eye in order to improve and prevent vision loss.

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Thursday, July 17, 2014

Elimination Diet to Relief Allergy Dry Eyes

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Some of our customer who use TheraLife Eye has an allergy component to their dry eye syndrome.  Here is a story from one of our customers who used an elimination diet to further improve her dry eye relief while taking TheraLife Eye on daily basis. 

Here is her story

I have been taking TheraLife Eye for 4 years now.  I have allergies and my eyes are always itchy.  Recently, I tried and Elimination Diet which gave me further improvement.
This diet includes, No Gluten, No refined sugar, No dairy, and No caffeine. Also No GMO corn products. After two weeks on the diet, I had an appreciative change in my eye health - No redness, always moist and no itching senzation. This diet is not difficult to follow as one may think because  many restaurants provide great choices nowadays to allow you to stay on this diet, including Starbucks with no caffeine passion ice tea.   I continue to take TheraLife Eye for dry eye relief.  Adding this diet allowed me to be allergy free.
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Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Azithromycin- Preferred Treatment for Meibomian Gland Dysfunction.

New Research IndicatesAzithromycin is more effective than Doxycycline for Meibomian Gland Dysfunction and Blepharitis.
There are several studies concerning the use of topical azithromycin in ocular surface diseases. 
New research at the University of Louisville compared the effectiveness of topical azithromycin versus oral doxycycline therapy in meibomian gland dysfunction (and  Blepharitis) Twenty-two (22) subjects were treated with topical azithromucin solution for one month and seven subjects were treated with oral doxycycline for two (20 months. The study concluded that while both topical azithromycin and oral doxycycline improved clinical signs and symptoms of meibomian gland dysfunction, the "response to azithromycin is more rapid and more robust than doxycycline."
Another research study from the Ohio State University evaluated the efficacy of a four-week treatment with topical 1.0% azithromycin solution versus rewetting drops in patients with contact lens related dry eye.  Patients are able to wear contact lenses two-hours longer  throughout the four-week study period when azithromycin solution was use.
Blepharitis being a chronic inflammation of the eye lid goes hand in hand with Meibomian Gland Dysfunction and chronic dry eyes. Here is how TheraLife Eye can help!
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TheraLife Eye is uniquely formulated to restore normal cell functions to tear secretion glands intra-cellularly for sustainable, long lasting relief. Clinically proven to work for 80% of first time users.  Antibiotics help reduce inflammation, however, inflammation shuts down tear secretion glands.  Use TheraLife Eye to restore normal tear function. 
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Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Punctal Plugs for Dry Eye Treatment- Pros and Cons

Your eye doctor may want to put Punctal plugs in your eyes as a form of dry eye relief.

You may want to be aware of some facts before getting them put into your eyes.

What are Punctal Plugs?

Punctal plugs are designed to plug up the tear ducts to stop the drainage of tears into your sinus.  Punctal plugs are often used for people who do not respond to eye drops.

Tear ducts function by providing drainage for debris and bacteria to drain and clean the eye.

There are two types of punctal plugs
1. Temporary- dissolves by itself in 5-7 days.  Good for a test run to see if it works.  If it is effective, relief should be instant.

2. Permanent -

3.  Cauterization of tear ducts- done surgically for people who are allergic to punctal plug materials for tear duct badly damaged.  This process is irreversible.

Tear ducts function by providing drainage for debris and bacteria to drain and clean the eye.

Possible outcomes by of punctal plugs:

Punctal plugs work well for people who has enough tears to be shored up.  For those whose Schirmer's test is less than 5mm- there may not be enough tears to shore up.  Punctal plugs are then not effective.

1. When the tear ducts are plugged, the accumulation of bacteria and dirt increase the chances for eye infections

2. Some people experience irritation, swelling, due to allergic reactions to the punctal plug materials.

3. Punctal plugs can be removed by flushing with saline.

4. Punctal plugs often fall out by themselves.- 50% during the first year.

Why punctal plugs do not always work for chronic dry eye?

For people with severe chronic dry eyes, there are simply not enough tears to shore up, therefore, punctal plugs are not enough!

How does your tear secretion glands work?
There are two important tear secretion glands that need to work simultaneously in order to relief dry eye symptoms.
1. Lacrimal gland which secretes tear volume located at the upper outer corner of your eye lids
2. Meibomian gland which secrete mucin, lipids, and proteins to thicken the tear.

Both glands must function together in order to provide tear with the right thickness (viscosity) and tear volume to provide comfort.

How can TheraLife Eye help?
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Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Menopause, Major Cause of Dry Eyes in Women

Ever heard of this comment- All of a sudden I have dry eyes.  I was fine before.  What is happening to me?

Onset of menopause causes dry eyes in more than 60% of the women over the age of 50. 

All at once, hormone levels start to drop - hormone imbalance is the key reason for dry eyes.  Symptoms of menopause including hot flashes, insomnia, vaginal dryness, mood swings, fatigue, headaches and of course dry eyes.  The eyes feel dry, itchy, red, irritated and light sensitive.

Eye Drops

The most common solution for dry eyes remains to be eye drops.  Soon you will realize the more drops you use, drier your eyes become.  When using eye drops, the eyes become conditioned to secrete less tears and become drier.  On the other hand, artificial tears wash away the natural lubricant secreted from the oil glands (meibomian glands) to thicken tears.  Using eye drops is just like rinsing one's eye balls under a faucet.

Punctal Plugs

Another conventional approach is to block the eyes tear drainage system (punctal plugs) at the lower eyelids or sometimes both lower and upper eyelids.  In some cases, the drainage is permanently cauterized surgically in order to shore up tears to provide comfort.  In most cases, the plugs fall out, and the chances of eye infections increase due to poor drainage.

For moderate to severe dry eyes, very often, a prescription eye drop is used.  When patients have tried all these approaches and their eyes still hurt that is where TheraLife Eye Enhanced can help.

Why TheraLife Enhanced Dry Eye?

TheraLife Eye Enhanced is targeted to normalize tear glands cell functions intra-cellulary in order to secrete sustainable, balanced, natural tears.  It does  this by an intra-cellular mechanism called Mito-Activiation where intra-cellular activities increase thus restore its normal function. 

TheraLife has conducted clinical trials in patients with various dry eye and medical conditions with amazing results.  86% of the patients see improvement after a 3 months trial.

Hormone Balance is Vital to Menopausal Dry Eye in Women.

Menopausal dry eye is usually initiated by hormone imbalance.  For this reason, TheraLife sought for a natural product that will help achieve hormone balance during dry eye therapy in conjunction with TheraLife Eye Enhanced.

TheraLife Eye- Women’s Menopausal Support Formula is formulated to the exacting specifications of certified nutritionists. It contains recommended potencies of key ingredients, Black Cohosh plus soy isoflavones are combined with essential nutrients like calcium, folic acid, and B-vitamins, that have been shown to support normal hormonal levels during menopause. This synergistic blend includes standardized herbal extracts and other nutrients which, together, form a truly well-balanced and effective product for women. an all-natural, herbal supplements made with natural ingredients to provide natural menopause symptom relief including dry eyes.  These work naturally in the body to reduce hot flashes, night sweats, and other menopausal symptoms.

Recommended Dosage TheraLife Eye-  Women’s Menopause Support:

TheraLife recommends 3 capsules/day of the TheraLife Dry Eye- Women’s Menopausal Support formula  to produce optimum dry eye relief, taken along with TheraLife Eye Enhanced capsules serves to speed up recovery


TheraLife Eye –Women’s Menopausal Support product has been tested to meet the highest standards. There are no known major side effects from the recommended use of TheraLife Menopausal
Support.  It does not contain artificial dyes, colors, preservatives, flavors, yeast, wheat, gluten, or lactose. Our top priority is our customers' safety and satisfaction.

In addition to TheraLife Eye Enhanced, ThearaLife Eye- Women’s Menopause Support, we also recommend Primrose Oil and Fish Oil.  See section under Total Support for Menopause Dry Eye.

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