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What Is The Best Eye Drop To Relieve Tired Eyes That I Can Use Daily
Lubricants: The only thing really safe for daily use would be an artificially tear. There are many options. Try a few and choose your favorite. If using more than 4 times a day, consider a non preserved drop. ...Read more
I get daily headache, tired eyes, can barely stay away while looking over 15 feet away, or reading. Glasses, eye drops haven't helped, any advice?
Prescription change?: Depending on the last time you've had your eyes checked, you may have a refractive error, that may have changed in terms of your history w/ astigmatism. So you might want to have this rechecked, so that you're wearing the best possible visual corrected glasses/contact lens possible.Also, make sure that your eye doctor checks for dry eye syndrome, as that can also sometimes cause those symptoms too. ...Read more
What eye drop ingredient gives me inflamed eyelids?
I tried fresh kote, Dry eye rejuvenation by B&L and Visine tired eye relief. In succession
BAK Preservative: Benzalkonium Chloride is a common preservative in eye drops, including artificial tears. It can cause an allergic reaction in some people if the tears are used frequently. Try preservative-free single use vials of ocular lubricants and you should be okay for frequent dosing. Another alternative are these new electronic misting devices to spray a little cloud of clean water in your eyes. See EyeMD. ...Read more
Hi doctor.is acetazolamide drug is available as eye drop because I took it as tablet and it cause me numbness in hands and feet and tiredness?
Yes: Unfortunately, there are many causes for red eye. Allergies can cause intense itching and can be treated with otc zaditor (ketotifen) or alaway. Another cause is eyelid inflammation (blepharitis) which can be treated with hot compresses 5 mins daily and eyelash scrubs with dilute baby shampoo. Red eyes can also be caused by growths on the eyes called pterygia or inflammation in the eyes (diagnosed by eye dr. ...Read more
I put ice on both my eyes. Now my eyes look tired & puffy. When I press my upper lid, eyes hurt. With massage, pain reduced. Any eye drops, I can use?
Eyes were tired & itchy, suddenly it felt like something moved in my eye, like it squirmed for 2 seconds. No pain. Eye drops helped. Spasm? Parasites?
Tired eyes: What you are describing sounds like eye fatigue and the movement was most likely a spasm. Make sure you get plenty of rest and avoid overuse of the computer. Lay down for a few minutes and apply a cold compress to your upper lids and try to relax ...Read more
Dry, tired eyes. Headache. Fatigue. Occasional nosebleed. Lubricating eye drops help but only for a short time.
?allergy mediated?: Could be allergy mediated symptoms you are having. Sometimes the type of heat you have (forced air through vents, as opposed to floor radiation, etc) can cause dryness, nose bleeds, etc at this time of year as well. If the over the counter allergy medications and saline nasal spray, with the eye drops are not helping, you would benefit form getting examined by an allergist. Best wishes. ...Read more
Computers = eye strain? I spend a lot of time in front of a computer monitor, both at work and at home. Before I log off at night, i often find my eyes feel tired and/or dry. Should I use eye drops, or do I need to get a life away from my computers? Is st
Working : Working at a computer screen for long hours is very tough on the eyes, for two separate reasons: 1) when you concentrate on computer work, most people blink less than they should. Under normal conditions, the average person blinks once every 5 seconds, but when using a computer, many people blink only every 8-10 seconds. This can cause the eyes to feel dry and become red and irritated. The solution is to rest the eyes throughout the day, if only for a few minutes each hour. Eye drops will not help much. Fish or flaxseed oil pills (omega-3's) help a great deal by making the tears a little thicker. 2) if you are over 40, you might benefit from reading glasses while working at the computer. Oftentimes, the reading glasses sold in the drugstore (no prescription needed) will do the trick. ...Read more
I have dry eyes. I already have glasses and I took eye drops for 2 months. Do i just have to go to an actual eye doctor. Idk what to do im tired of it?
Dry eyes: Can have many causes. If OTC eye drops don't help in 2 days, let alone 2months, continued usage will not suddenly begin to help, and may actually do harm. See an Opthalmologist, a specialist eye physician, to discover cause, and to then prescribe the appropriate treatment. You need a comprehensive eye examination. Not a computer link. ...Read more
My doctor prescribed for me Tobradex (tobramycin and dexamethasone) ointment and Augé eye drops because my eyes are always tired and look sleepy will this help with my condition?
Can you tell me if someone is tired/sleepy, if the person uses an eye drop, will they feel more awake?
Eyedrops: Eyedrops may reduce the red appearance of the eyes, but will not make a person feel more awake if they are tired/sleepy. ...Read more
Can you tell me what you suggest if someone is tired/sleepy, if the person uses an eye drop, will they feel more awake?
Dry eye: If your eyes feel sleepy or tired due to dryness, artifical tears will help. ...Read more
Can eye drops treat droopy eyelids that could've been caused by fatigue or possibly something else? I'm just 20y/o. What can fix this without surgery?
Add it to routine: That's a million dollar question that pharmaceutical companies and doctors have been trying to figure out. I usually tell my pts to do it with something they do daily: eating dinner, watching the news, taking other medicine, brushing their teeth. I try to avoid right before bed, because alot of times they just fall asleep before taking their drops.... ...Read more
It is best to consult your eye doctor to determine cause and appropriate treatment. Then choice of eye drops depends upon cause. This link may be helpful:
http://www.Allaboutvision. Com/buysmart/eye-drops. Htm. ...Read more
Depends on the cause: There are many causes of redness of the eyes. Several types of inflammatory conditions, allergic reactions, detergents, chemicals, and sometimes bacterial, viral or fungal infections can cause redness of the eyes. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Artificial tears: I would use artificial tears frequently, every 1-2 hours, avoiding generic brands that contain BAK which can be toxic. Also, take omega 3 fatty acids (3000 – 4000 mgm per day and drink plenty of water. Also, you may try punctual plugs or Restasis. Most dry eyes after LASIK are temporary so your prognosis should be good. ...Read more
Eye color: There are no eyen drops designed to lighten the color of the eyes. ...Read more
Best eye drop : Systane and refresh are both excellent brands but the preferred particular product depends on each individual's needs and preferences. ...Read more
See your eye doctor.: Better to see your eye doctor to determine the cause of the red eye prior to resorting to an over the counter (otc) drop for red eyes. You may require a prescription medication. In my opinion, there is no "best" otc drop for red eyes. When I see a patient that complains of red eyes and has been using an otc drop for red eyes, i generally cringe. Otc drops for red eyes in excess can get the red in. ...Read more
Depends: Some people have itchy eyes from irritants & dollar store eye drops/artificial tears wash will do fine. That can also work for some allergic eye issues by washing out the pollen/etc. Allergan makes an OTC "Zadator" which some find helpful. There are others but some try several before they find one that helps and fits their budget. ...Read more
Please explain the best way to use eye drops for glaucoma. Leave eyes shut for 2 minutes putting drop in eye?
Can see videos: Online. But best way is whatever gets a single drop into the eye (cul-de-sac or lid lake without touching the bottle to the lid or contaminating tip) without missing the eye either, followed by keeping the eye closed or covering the tear duct for a minute or two to keep the medicine from exiting the lacrimal tear drain. Use the medicine regularly and at correct intervals within reason. ...Read more
Eye allergy: Over the counter, alaway ; zaditor are safe for long term use. Other eye drops are fine for short term as long as you don't have issues that would Prohibit you from use of decongestants. Besides allergen avoidance, tear replacement to help with dry eye, and good eye wear protection, patanol/pataday, optivar, bepreve, elestat, and Lastacaft (alcaftadine) are usual choices. Some burn or tingle with application. ...Read more
What will whiten the sclera of eyes naturally? What are some of the best and safest eye drops that will whiten and lubricate eyes?
Whiten eyes Rx for: I can think of no safe medication to whiten you sclera. See your eye Dr to find out cause and then follow directions. ...Read more
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