How to Use Eye Drops PROPERLY! – Eye Drop Tutorial

Learn how to use eye drops PROPERLY! If you are struggling with how to put in eye drops by yourself, this video will review how to apply eye drops properly and safely so you don’t miss (wasting your eye drops) or hurting yourself.

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Important Steps for How to Use Eye Drops
– Wash Your hands
– Check the expiration date of the eye drops
– Shake the eye drops
– Remove the cap (place on a clean surface)
– Pull down lower eyelid
– Tilt head back and look upward while dropping 1 eye drop into the eye
– Close the eyes and occlude drainage canal for 30 seconds
– Recap eye drop bottle

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About this video: Ever thought about how to use eye drops correctly? In this how to use eye drops youtube video, Dr. Allen from Doctor Eye Health reviews the proper steps for getting eye drops in. He also shares a super cool tip for how to use eye drops without flinching (a common problem). Specifically, this video goes over how to put in eye drops by yourself, but the same principles can be applied to a friend or family member who may help you.

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