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How Can I Keep My Eyes Moistured
It is difficult: Dry eyes can be caused by various factors, and we have few great methods of improving them. The most simple and successful is the use of artificial tears. Additionally, there are medicated eye drops and devices that can allow the tears we make not to drain away from our eyes. The key is to determine and treat the underlying cause of your dry eyes. See an eye doctor to discuss treatment options. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hat, gloves, socks: Babies lose the most head through their head, so make sure your baby is always wearing a hat. Covering their hands and feet is also a good idea to help them keep warm. A useful tip is to see what you are wearing for the weather and dress your baby in one extra layer. This extra layer may be a swaddling blanket. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
You can't: This doesn't mean you need to be taking vitamins; it means your eyes (and most other organ systems) won't function without them. For most vitamins (d is the exception), the best source is not a vitamin pill, but a really good diet. For good health, eyes included, eat lots of different fruits, vegetables, whole grains, etc. For eyes specifically, veggies with vitamin a are particularly helpful. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nail hygiene: The less you do the better --avoid nail polish and nail polish remover as much as possible and definitely avoid "fake" nails ---do not pick at nails or play with cuticles. There are nail hardeners such as Genadur and oral Biotin may help strengthen nails ...Read more
I can't hold my eyelids open to put in contacts. My eyes start to burn, and my eyes water. Anything I can do to help this?
Hydrate : Watch temperature internally and externallyGet a more detailed answer ›
Grab eyelashes: My method is to hold my eyelid open by grabbing a group of my eyelashes . It is probably not the best method but it works for me. ...Read more
Benign: Most "muscle twitches" involving eyelid are secondary to myokymia, which is a benign flickering, usually associated with eyestrain, fatigue, stress, bright sunshine, etc. But blepharospam may explain your twitch, and, if painful, or increasingly uncomfortable, have your eye specialist evaluate, and treat as appropriate. ...Read more
See below: Use a good moisturizing cream and use a pumice stone to scrape down the cracked skin. ...Read more
Dry skin: Use a quality moisturizer and stay out of the sun. Always keep the moisturizer with you in your handbag and reapply as needed during the day ...Read more
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