5 Dry Eyes Home Remedy Tips for Mask Associated Dry Eye

5 Dry eye tips to help with dry eyes from wearing a face mask! ***** Get more Tips for your dry eyes here in our full series here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vxK2sixOsq8&list=PLzi60fSuOmPBXmvecA2APISTsRlv9XM9c&index=4&t=66s

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What causes Mask Associated Dry Eye? It is primarily caused by evaporation of the tears due to air flow over the eyes surface. Similar to dryness experienced on a windy day.

Dry Eyes Home Remedy Tips Mentioned in this Video:

1. Try to breath through your nose and not your mouth while wearing a mask
– Also avoid direct air flow from vents, windows and fans

2. Seal your face mask well to prevent air flow over the eyes (which will dry them out)
-You can also use a piece of tissue paper under the mask to help make a better seal.

3. Use eye drops for dry eyes
– PRO TIP: Look for non-preserved tears if using more than 4-6x per day
– Gel drops last longer on the eye but may blur vision temporarily
– Preservative free dry eye drops I have been using https://amzn.to/3ivsFJK

4. Look into Moisture Chambers to prevent tear film evaporation outside, in the car or at the office
https://www.zienaeyewear.com/
Moisture chambers for nighttime dryness relief: https://amzn.to/2SjPdlR

5. Use a Humidifier in the living room, office and/or bedroom:
– The humidifier I use: (nice and quite) https://amzn.to/3kZBehs

💯👉Fog Stopper Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OY_OHFAgUiA

MORE Dry Eye Home Treatment Options not mentioned in this video

1. Dry Eye Warm Compress (Ones I like)
Eye Love Warm Compress https://eyelovethesun.com/collections/best-sellers/products/dryeyemask?aff=47
Bruder Eye Mask https://amzn.to/2USSfhE
Tranquileyes from Eye Eco https://amzn.to/2UxgFhW

2. NuLids Device for Meibomian Gland Dysfunction and evaporative Dry eyes
👉Check it out here: https://bit.ly/NuLidsQuickStart

5. Omega 3 fatty acids
Increase your omega 3 intake and decrease Omega 6s from processed food
*always speak with your local physician before taking any supplement
-Omega 3 I have tried or had success with
EyeLove Brand https://eyelovethesun.com/collections/best-sellers/products/dryeyesupplement?aff=47
EZ Tears: https://amzn.to/3imK4UH
Nordic Naturals https://amzn.to/2JrGI3A

Note: Dry eye syndrome can be complicated by other forms of ocular surface disease and it is always best to consult with your local eye care professional if you are experiencing any eye pain or vision changes.

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About this video: Can wearing a face mask cause dry eyes? Reports are pointing to yes. In this video I share 5 dry eye treatment tips that can be done at home and help with dry eyes from wearing a face mask. If you are looking for a dry eye syndrome treatment or just looking for more information about what causes dry eyes, then this video may help you. If you are struggling with severe dry eye symptoms it is important to follow up with a specialist in either optometry or ophthalmology that is trained in dry eye disease management.

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