Wednesday, February 6, 2019

How I Relieved My Rheumatoid Arthritis Dry Eyes- A Personal Story

How I Relieved My Rheumaoid Arthritis Dry Eyes 

Rheumatoid Arthritis is an autoimmune disease where dry eye is just on of the components.  I want to share this story to help others who are in a similar situation.  Hope this is helpful.

This is my personal story:

I have Rheumatoid Arthritis, which is one of the autoimmune disorders. My dry eye problems began last year, I started to notice that when I was driving I was blinking a lot because the light was bothering my eyes ( light sensitivity).  We also moved to the mountains and it is very dry due to high altitude.  This further aggravated my dry eyes.  In the morning my eyes were stuck with gooey stuff.  I could not read for long or watch T.V. because of the constant blinking.  I also felt something were in my right eye (foreign body sensation),  I could not wear eye makeup because of the irritation. 

I went to my doctor, he told me to run a vaporizer and use over the counter eye drops, none of this helped. I had also heard from friends who had gone to their eye doctors for help and weren't helped very much. One was given a supply of prescription eye drops (you know which one it is, I can not mention the name here) which made her eyes feel worse.

I found TheraLife on the internet and tried TheraLife Autoimmune Dry Eye formula – I noticed a difference in one week. This is an amazing product I highly recommend it.

I have told my friend about Therelife and she is going to try it !

One note of caution, I did find, as warned by the Theralife, that if I drank alcohol or caffeine that some of the symptoms came back, so I am being very careful about that so that my eyes will continue healing.
P. H. Crestline, CA  .


1 comment:

  1. The dryness in people with Rheumatoid Arthritis can cause dry eyes. Get help from TheraLife