Hi there. My mum has sjogrens syndrome, the main symptoms for her being dry eyes, dry mouth, tiredness and brain fog (I think). After a good experience for me back in 2007 eliminating grains for a while to help get over glandular fever and get... (more)
I'm 32 and have had glasses since I was a teenager (near-sightedness). One of the reasons I don't wear contacts other than during exercise or social events is because my eyes feel tired and sandy the next day, irrespective of how well I've rested.... (more)
I can only eat so much in a day. I get lots of protein and fat, but I just can't seem to find room for enough carbs. I'm lucky if I break 100g/day. As a result (and the dry cool fronts coming through recently) my eyes are pretty crispy and... (more)
It is possible that you have developed ocular rosacea. You do NOT have to have facial/skin rosacea to have ocular rosacea. Either can occur prior to the development of the other, without the development of the other form, and they can occur... (more)
So, I've had dry eyes for a long time, at least going back 8 or so years. My Mom also always noticed that my eyes were bloodshot most of time - saying that I should play less computer games, but that's beside the point. I've noticed I had a... (more)
I have happily been wearing RGP lenses for over 30 years for all my waking hours without any problems. I see 20/20 with my lenses, and 20/40 with glasses. I irritated my eyes some time ago when home cleaning chemicals causes an irritation. I had... (more)
It sounds like you may have MGD (definition: http://www.dryeyezone.com/encyclopedia/mgd.html) or posterior blepharitis (definition: http://www.aoa.org/x4718.xml). Besides compresses have you tried gently pressing down on your lids to express the... (more)
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