Diabetes and eyesight are closely linked. Diabetes and chronically high blood glucose (blood sugar) can cause various eye complications, including cataracts and glaucoma. What you may not know is that diabetes can significantly increase your risk of developing dry eye disease. More than half of all those with diabetes suffer from dry eyes. The good […]
Category: Dry Eye
What Medications Can Cause Dry Eye?
If you suffer from dry eyes, there are many possible reasons why you’re experiencing them. Your optometrist can help determine the cause of your dry eye symptoms, such as age, medical conditions, or medications. If you take any medications, can they be the cause of your dry eyes? Continue reading to learn more about dry […]
Why You Suffer From Dry Eye in the Morning
So you get to bed at a decent time, complete all your work for the day, and feel good. You drift off to sleep and wake up with some irritation and discomfort in your eyes. A wild flare-up of dry eye has appeared. But we can never be fully prepared to deal with it. Working […]
Do Scleral Contact Lenses Work for Dry Eye?
Dry eye disease affects millions of Americans and can cause your eyes to become inflamed, sore, and red, making it difficult to go about your everyday life. If you wear contact lenses, dry eye can make it difficult and uncomfortable to continually use them. If you have trouble wearing your contacts due to dry eye, […]
Choosing the Right Eye Drops for Dry Eyes
There are options a-plenty available for dealing with dry eye syndrome! […]
Could Dry Air Be Causing Your Dry Eyes?
If you’re experiencing dry, gritty eyes that feel itchy or overly watery – you may be a victim of chronic dry eye. […]