Tuesday, October 31, 2017

How To Relief Red Dry Eyes in One Week

How To Relief Red Dry Eyes in One Week


Do you have dry eyes, tried all kinds of eye drops to no avail?  Even had puntal plugs put in, tried prescription eye drops, nothing seems to help.  My eyes are red every day.  My friends and colleagues think I have been drinking the night before.  Frustrating !!!

Here is my personal story on how I found relief in one week.  Hope you find it helpful.

"I have had chronic severe dry eyes for many years.   I am writing  to let you know how thankful I am for having found  TheraLife Eye.  It has virtually changed my life.  Instead of ALWAYS thinking about my sore, red, dry eyes, I NEVER think about them any more.  And every time I look in the mirror and see my bright, wide, youthful looking eyes I make a little wish that TheraLife company is thriving and I will never again have to be without Theralife Eye capsules. You know, when your eyes are red and you squint in discomfort, you really do look older.

I'll be traveling to Las Vegas soon and am anxious to see how I do in the desert air.  Wish me luck!  A bottle of Theralife Eye will be in my purse for sure.
Thank you, thank you, thank you."

C.L . Ohio

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Monday, October 30, 2017

Pterigium/ Pinguecula-Surfer's Eye Relief without Surgery


Pterigium -Surfer's Eye Relief – TheraLife

What is Pterigium?  


Pterygium (pronounced tur-IJ-ee-um), is a growth of pink, fleshy tissue on the conjunctiva, the clear tissue that lines your eyelids and covers your eyeball. It usually forms on the side closest to your nose and grows toward the pupil area.

What is a Pinguecula?


Pinguecula is a growth that looks like a yellow spot or bump on the conjunctiva. It often appears on the side of the eye near your nose. A pinguecula is a deposit of protein, fat, or calcium.

What is the difference between Pterigium and Pinguecula?  


 A pinguecula is a deposit of protein, fat, or calcium. Pterygium is a growth of fleshy tissue that may start as a pinguecula. It can remain small or grow large enough to cover part of the cornea. When this happens, it can affect your vision.

Here is my personal story


"I developed pterigium ( surfer’s eye) in both eyes in 2006 due to dry eyes.  I also started menopause in 2006 which can also cause dry eyes, dry mouth and other symptoms. My Tear Breakup Test is only 1 sec.  Normal is 10.  My Meibomian oil glands are also clogged.  I started taking Theralife Eye capsules, taking krill and fish oil;  doing hot compresses daily; drink purslane; quince juice; goji berries; kale.-all nutrients for the eyes. I also sleep with the gel hot compress over my eyes to keep my eye lids closed. I have high stress for years which makes dry eye symptoms worse. My cholesterol level is normal- hopefully this will prevent further clogging of the Meibomian glands.  There are many factors to affect dry eyes. However, since I started the TheraLife protocol, it is making a difference.  I am making more of my own natural tears, and  pterígium stopped being a problem.
I am grateful to have found TheraLife."


Albertina Lurenci- California  USA. 

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Thursday, October 12, 2017

Rosacea and Demodex Blepharitis Are Closely Linked


Rosacea & Demodex Blepharitis Are Closely Linked

What is Rosacea? 

Rosacea is red spider veins on the face and nose, causing flushing of the face and inflammation.  Rosacea is believed to be genetically inherited and can affect the immune system.  Rosacea is considered an autoimmune disorder.


What is Demodex?

Demodex, a tiny mite that is a normal inhabitant of human facial skin, is often the cause in rosacea flare-ups just because its often found in greater numbers on the faces ofpeople with this rosacear.1, 2  New research is supporting the fact that Demodex may be the trigger that causes the symptoms and flares of Rosacea.
Demodex mites is a part of our normal microbes that we all have.  It is important to understand how it affects the flares and inflammation of people with Rosacea. 

What are Microbiomes? 

We humans need microbiomes in order to survive.  Many bacteria are necessary for a healthy gut, so we can absorb nutrients.  Taking Probiotics to stay healthy is highly recommended. 
Demodex mites are a natural part of the human microbiome, and they may serve a useful function by feeding off of dead skin cells. In fact, dead human skin cells are the largest component of household dust and, just like dust mitesDemodex folliculorum may be part of a natural cleaning system.6

The Demodex mite

Recent research has discovered that Demodex is observed to cause Rosacea as early as 1841.
A year later, a German dermatologist found Demodex-type mites in hair follicles, almost 100 years before human Demodex was first observed in the development of rosacea.7
Larget numbers of Demodex is very common in virtually all humans. In fact demodex exist in every adult over 18 years old.8   In fact two separate species of Demodex inhabit the skin of humans – D. folliculorum, which live in hair follicles primarily on the face as well as in the meibomian glands of the eyelids, and D. brevis, which live in the sebaceous glands of the skin.8,9
Demodex have often been found in 15 to 18 times greater numbers in rosacea patients than in healthy people,1,2. Medical scientists have proposed a variety of reasons about why this unusually high incidence may trigger inflammation in individuals with rosacea. A recent meta-analysis of 48 studies on Demodex found a significant association between the relative density of Demodex and the development of rosacea, suggesting that the mites may be involved in the disease process, according to Dr. Erin Lesesky, assistant professor of dermatology at Duke University.10

The debate is whether the higher incidence of Demodex is a cause or a result of rosacea, new evidence has increasingly suggested it may be the former.
In a recent key medical journal article, Dr. Fabienne Forton, a dermatologist in Brussels, Belgium, characterized the mites as a potential missing link in understanding the onset of subtype 2(papulopustular) rosacea.2 She hypothesized that skin infections and disruption of the skin barrier may set off a chain of inflammatory reactions in individuals with rosacea, noting that when the number of mites is reduced to normal through treatment the typical rosacea complaint of sensitive skin often disappears. Dr. Stanislaw Jarmuda and colleagues also found that while mite density is greater on the skin of individuals with rosacea, mites are even more dense in individuals with the bumps and pimples of papulopustular rosacea.9
Other research have shown a bacteria D. folliculorum's on the mites maybe associated with rosacea This bacterium was found to stimulate an immune response in some individuals with rosacea, This bacterium plus mites maybe true for those with ocular rosacea as well. Dr. Jianjing Li and colleagues at the Ocular Surface Center in Miami found a significant correlation between facial rosacea, infestation of the eyes with Demodex mites and reaction to B. oleronius.12
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Demodex references

1. Jarmuda S, O’Reilly N, Zaba R, et al. Potential role of Demodex mites and bacteria in the induction of rosacea. J Med Microbiol 2012;61:1504-1510.
2. Forton FMN. Papulopustular rosacea, skin immunity and Demodex: pityriasis folliculorum as a missing link. J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol2012;26:19–28.
3. NIH Human Microbiome Project defines normal bacterial makeup of the body. National Institutes of Health June 13, 2012.
4. Marantz Henig R. Fat factors. New York Times Aug. 123, 2006.
5. Ackerman J. How bacterial affect our bodies protect our health. Scientific American May 15, 2012, pp.
6. House dust mite. Wikipedia Accessed 11/25/14.
7. Rusiecka-Ziółkowska J, Nokiel M, Fleischer M. Demodex – an old pathogen or a new one? Adv Clin Exp Med 2014;23:295–298.
8. Thoemmes MS, Fergus DJ, Urban J, Trautwein M, Dunn RR (2014) Ubiquity and diversity of human-associated Demodex mites. Public Library of Science One 9(8):e106265. Doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0106265.
9. Jarmuda S, O’Reilly N, Zaba R, et al. Potential role of Demodex mites and bacteria in the induction of rosacea. J Medical Microbiol2012;61:1504-1510.
10. Zhao YE, Wu LP, Peng Y, et al. Retrospective analysis of association between Demodex infestation and rosacea. Arch Dermatol2010;146(8):896-902.
11. Erbagci Z, Ozgoztaosi O. The significance of Demodex folliculorumdensity in rosacea. Int J Dermatol 1998;37:421-425.
12. Li J, O’Reilly N, Sheha H, et al. Correlation between ocular Demodex infestation and serum immunoreactivity to Bacillus proteins in patients with facial rosacea. Ophthalmology 2010;117:870-877.
13. Demodex surfaces again at summer AAD meeting. National Rosacea Society Weblog Accessed 11/25/14.

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

How I Relieved My Chronic Dry Eyes from LASIK

 

How I Relieved My Chronic Dry Eyes from LASIK

This is my personal story.  I had chronic dry eyes and blepharitis.  

Why LASIK Gives You Dry Eyes?

It has been known LASIK surgery for vision correction can induce severe dry eyes even after many years. 

This is because cutting of the cornea resulted in uneven cornea surfaces, especially if the person has dry eyes to begin with.  The friction of an uneven cornea creates inflammation every time you blink.  Inflammation shuts down the tear secretion glands, creating more dry eyes.  This becomes a vicious cycle of inflammation and dry eyes.

What is Blepharitis? 


Blepharitis is a condition caused by inflammation of the conjunctiva or meibomian- this should not be confused with Meibomian Gland Dysfunction where Meibomian Glands may be clogged.  Most Blepharitis conditions are caused by inflammation from dry eyes.

TheraLife Eye relief dry eyes and blepharitis by restoring normal cell functions to tear secretion glands and reduce inflammation to achieve long lasting relief.

Here is my personal story:

"I hesitated to order these pills because of the cost and disappointment with other products. I'm so glad I gave this a try. I had dry eyes before LASIK surgery in 2007 and was still told I was a good candidate. After LASIK, two eye doctors diagnosed me with chronic blepharitis and age-related dry eye syndrome. I was miserable and all I could think of was how dry, red and painful my eyes were ALL THE TIME! I was on prescription eye drops that is suppose to reduce inflammation and on an antibiotic drop called Azasite. Both are very expensive. I started with the recommended four capsules of Theralife Enhanced twice a day. I took the pills after meals and reducing the dosage to two pills a day after my symptoms were gone. I still can't believe I have such total relief and I am so grateful for Theralife Enhanced. I very rarely use the lubricating eye drops I relied on before."
CL  Ohio

Theralife Can Help 

TheraLife Eye capsules relief dry eyes and blepharitis by restoring normal cell functions to tear secretion glands and reduce inflammation.  Relief your dry eyes with your own tears, no more drops.  
 

TheraLife Eye to relief dry eyes

Omega 3 Fish Oil - provide lubrication and anti-inflammatory

Hot Compress - to unclog meibomian oil glands

Eye Lid Cleanser for lid hygiene.



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