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Supplementation for Occasional Dry Eye

When it comes to eye health issues, occasional dry eye is one of the most common yet underreported. It’s common because it’s influenced by several factors, both internally (tear film dysfunction) and externally (environment). For relief, many occasional dry eye sufferers reach for drops, but they require multiple applications and can be dangerous to use over time. A less well-known solution that often brings long-lasting relief is nutrition. In fact, there are specific nutrients that can help relieve occasional dry eye symptoms.

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Tear Film: What Does It Do & Why Does It Matter?

When it comes to our eyes, one of the first issues we notice is if they’re dry. Whether it’s caused from environmental factors like wind or air conditioning or from an eye health issue like Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD), dry, irritated eyes can make anyone uncomfortable. While this is a common issue, few people know that this dryness and irritation is dependent on the health and balance of your tear film. Continue reading Tear Film: What Does It Do & Why Does It Matter?

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Face Masks & Occasional Dry Eye

The outbreak of COVID-19 has led to many changes in our daily routines. From a spike in grocery deliveries and to-go orders to the shutdown of some bars and restaurants, this novel coronavirus’s impact on society has been great, and it isn’t over. One of the most encountered changes is the need to wear face protection when you’re out in public. Continue reading Face Masks & Occasional Dry Eye

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Top 5 Questions About Occasional Dry Eye Answered

If you’re one of the 5 million people who suffer from occasional dry eye, you’re probably looking for more information about the eye health concern. We asked our Scientific Advisory Board to help us answer the top 5 googled questions surrounding occasional dry eye. Continue reading Top 5 Questions About Occasional Dry Eye Answered

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Occasional Dry Eye vs. Seasonal Allergies: Symptoms, Causes, and Solutions

Ah, spring! After a long cold winter, warm weather can’t get here quick enough. Yet, for some people, the spring season is as dreadful as a trip to the dentist. The reason: allergies. Seasonal allergies can cause a host of eye issues, and the symptoms are very similar to occasional dry eye. So, how can you be sure if the itchy, gritty, tired eyes are the symptoms of seasonal allergies or occasional dry eye?

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