Why Are My Eyes Swollen And Painful?

Eye inflammation is a likely side effect of dry eye disease. Dysfunctional tear secretion glands lead to changes in tear composition which, in turn, stimulates the production of inflammatory agents on the eyes.
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Not Sure If You Have Dry Eyes? Get Them Tested

Dry eyes despite its impact on many people, can be managed properly with early diagnosis, proper care and right treatment.
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Know Your Contact Lenses

There are several types of contact lenses. Choose wisely and follow the appropriate steps to avoid negative effect!
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Quick Hacks For Getting Rid Of Puffy Eyes

Puffy eyes are a condition where the eyes and the connective tissue around them along with the eyelids start to swell.
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Dry, Itchy Eyes - Facts vs. Myths

What will you do when your eyes are feeling dry and itchy? Dry eyes can be a real health issue so it's important to know what are the facts and what are merely myths.
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10 Quick Tips To Avoid Puffy And Tired Eyes

Puffy eyes and dry eyes are tow separate conditions that contribute to tired eyes. Simple steps can be taken to avoid or prevent these problems.
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Eye Fatigue: Causes And Prevention

Causes of eye fatigue and measures to prevent them.
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All You Need To Know About Managing Dry Eyes

As annoying as it may be, Dry Eyes or Dry Eye Syndrome has become exceedingly common over the years. Increasing work hours, dependency of Gen-Y on digital displays for their work are some of the many reasons for this.
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What's a Rewetter and How Can It Save Your Cornea From Damage

Itchy, intrinsic irritation in your eye could be an early sign of corneal damage. Here’s how contact lens rewetting solutions might be able to protect your cornea.
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Hydrated Eyes, Happy Eyes

Dry eyes has come to be quite a common ailment across geographies and is associated with a number of symptoms such as itchy eyes. Find out how you can keep your eyes moisturized to keep the symptoms at bay.
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Artificial Tears–What Are They And Do They Work?

Feeling irritated when you couldn't even cry when you wanted to? Do you know that there's one easy solution to battling the debilitating condition, which almost always works - Artificial Tears.
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Towards More Comfortable Contact Lenses

Having to learn how to use, care and maintain contact lenses can be quite a challenge sometimes. Inappropriate usage of contact lenses can cause eye problems. So get it right now!
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Symptoms Of Dry Eye Disease (DED) You Should Watch Out For

Are you aware of what is dry eye disease(DED)? As the name suggests, it's the lack of moisture in the eyes that affects the formation of tears and the ocular (eye) surface.
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Dry Or Tired Eyes – When Is It Time To Worry?

More than often we tend to forget to care for our eyes. Just like any other parts of our body, eyes also get tired after long hours of working and it is important to take care of them.
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Dehydration? Yes, Your Eyes Can Dry Out Too

Dry eye is a growing public health problem. There are many factors that may cause dry eye, including dehydration.
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Why Are My Eyes Dry

Having dryness in eyes is an unpleasant experience. There are many reasons can cause dry eyes.
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Eat Right for Bright, Healthy Eyes

Eating right is important for the health of eyes. Eating carrots is not enough. Certain nutrients, minerals and vitamins obtained from foods that contain antioxidant properties are crucial for eye health, and protect your vision in the long run.
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How To Reduce Discomfort From Contact Lens-Induced Dryness

Do you know that dry eye is a pervasive and ubiquitous condition experienced by millions of people across the globe? Contact lens wearers are much more likely to suffer from Dry Eyes than non-wearers.
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Dry Eyes & Menopause

Dry, itchy, gritty, and even watery eyes are an irritatingly familiar feeling for many Australian Women going through menopause. However this link is often overlooked.
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5 Sins Of Contact Lens Wearers

Did you know washing your lens case with tap water is a big no-no? It's time we give our contact lenses a little more respect and take note of the following sins which we subconsciously could be committing.
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Dry Eyes And How To Soothe Them

When your eyes aren't producing enough tears, or your tears don't have the correct chemical composition, it's going to cause dry eyes. That's because in order for your eyes to remain healthy,?your eyes?continuously produce a fresh layer of tears.
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Overworked Or Over 30? You May Be Prone To Dry Eyes

Dry eyes can be a pain ? literally. Unfortunately, it?s quite a common occurrence that about 1 in 3 of the general population suffers from?. It?s especially prevalent amongst three groups of people ??contact lens wearers, people who work long hours and people aged 30 and above. ?
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Are You Choosing The Right Eye Drops?

In today?s context, there exists a large variety of over-the-counter eye drops to choose from, most of which seemingly do the same job. Here is a breakdown of symptoms, and a guide to the appropriate over-the-counter eye drops you can get to relieve them.
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Cloudy Vision? 5 Ways To Protect From The Haze

Over the recent years, Asia has seen an increase in haze occurrences and worsening of haze levels, some of which have been deemed hazardous. Most of the time, the haze will have negative effects on your body, even your eyes.
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Reducing Eyelid Inflammation?

Blepharitis is often a chronic condition that causes inflammation of the eyelids. But with medication and regular eyelid hygiene, you may be able to help to prevent the inflammation from recurring.
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Keep Your Eyes Healthy

Maintaining healthy eyes will bring you more than just sharper vision. Eye health is vital to having the best quality of life possible. Here are some common eye health issues and how to treat them.
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Natural Relief For Your Eyes

Having dry eyes is a common problem that can be alleviated by using eye drops that provide natural relief. While all eye drops help to keep your eyes hydrated, there are different kinds of eye drops depending on your eye care needs.
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