Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Do You Have the Risk Factors for Developing Dry Eyes?

Do You Have the Risk Factors for Developing Dry Eye Syndrome?

If you have these risk factors, chances are you can develop dry eye syndrome.  Here are some of the factors:

1. Women in menopause:

Hormone imbalance is the number one cause for dry eye syndrome. This is because cornea has hormone receptors that directly linked to eye function.  This is why women 50+ , have have significantly decreased tear production.  Similarly, it has been noted that women with primary ovarian failure develop clinically significant dry eye syndrome

2. Arthritis or Sjogrens Syndrome- autoimmune diseases that attack tear function.

3  Smoking

4. Medications -

Medications to lower high blood pressure by eliminating fluids, antidepressants, antihistamines, anticholinergics, and systemic retinoids like Accutane have been well documented that they can increase the risk of developing dry eye syndrome.

5. Environmental factors,

Live in places where there is decreased humidity, windy, drafty, air conditioning, heating, fluorescence lighting can worsen the ocular discomfort of people with dry eyes. environmental irritants, allergens, smoke can increase the symptoms of dry eyes.  People who use lots of computers,  watch television, and prolonged reading are also susceptable.

5. LASIK or PRK Eye Surgery:

After refractive surgery such as LASIK or PRK, for several months may experience significant dry eye due to the severing of the corneal nerves during surgery. Many of these go on to become permanent dry eyes.

6. Eye Infections - Blepharitis

Chronic condition of eye lid inflammation, which often accompanied by Meibomian Gland Dysfunction. Read more on this blog site.

7. Systemic Diseases: Sjogrens,  Lymphoma, Viral Infections, AIDS, Rosacea …

Dry eye-associated systemic diseases include Sjogren's syndrome, where inflammation of the lacrimal gland results in tear-production deficiency.  Lack of tears may develop in systemic disorders such as lymphoma, sarcoidosis, hemochromatosis, and amyloidosis. Dry eye in people with systemic viral infections and AIDS are also common.  Neuromuscular disorders that affect the people’s blink (e.g., Parkinson disease, Bell palsy) can lead to dry eye syndrom.

7. Cancer Treatments

Radiation, Transplantation, chemotherapy, localized trauma, including orbital surgery, radiation, and injury, may also cause dry eyes.

You can see from all the research into the risk factors of dry eye syndrome that we need to go beyond just dispensing some artificial tear. Lifestyle issues maybe causing the underlying problems with dry eyes.

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    Thursday, June 21, 2018

    How I Relieved my Knee Joint Pain from Sjogren's.

    How I Relieved My Knee Joint Pain from Sjogren's

    This is my personal story:

    I am on TheraLife Autoimmune formula for Sjogren's dry eyes.  I thought I would let you know my progress. The dry eye continues to improve.  The biggest miracle of all with Theralife Autoimmune is that my very painful right knee continues to improve. I have two kinds of arthritis, osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid . Last year the pain was so bad that I could barely walk, my husband had to get the groceries.  After taking the Theralife Autoimmune for about 3 months for my dry eye condition, I began to notice that my knee felt better. Now I am close to walking normally.  The knee improvement started after having taken TheraLife for 3 months. I was using a cane and now I don't need it, I am just amazed I was not expecting this wonderful added benefit. Thank you so much.
    P H. Crestline, CA

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    How I grew back eye lashes from Blepharitis. True Story

    How I Grew Back Eye Lashes from Blepharitis. True Story

    Blepharitis - the inflammation of eye lid gives you sticky, crusty build up on your eye lids.  Your eye lids tends to be puffy, red, and irritated.  Most likely you also have chronic dry eyes which may have caused blepharitis to begin with.  

    Below is my personal story how I recovered from Blepharitis, Dry Eyes and start to grew back my eye lashes.

    TheraLife truly gave me back my life.  

    Blepharitis Recovery   

    "I have had blepharitis that would come concurrent with pink eye for quite a few years, but it has always gone away pretty quickly on its own. This last time, however, blepharitis and dry eye did not leave, and it became quite disruptive to my life. My eye lashes started to fall out.  My eye doctor gave me eye drops, which only made my eyes feel more dry. I felt as though I had no hope for my eyes and they were just going to keep getting worse and worse. I finally decided to try Theralife, despite being fairly skeptical, and I'm So glad I did. I've now been taking it for just over two weeks, and I already feel so much better. This morning I woke up and my eyes were almost white, instead of bright red. My blurry Vision is pretty much cleared up, the stickiness gone from eye, and the stinging has almost left. I'm looking forward to them getting better and better. Thanks so much!"

    Cindy, USA.