Tips for people with Dry Eyes and Blurry vision

Before I proceed, I would like you to read a brief explanation of Dry eyes and Blurry vision. According to research, 'Dry Eyes' or decreased tear production is as a result of Aging. Certain medical conditions, including diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, scleroderma, Sjogren's syndrome, thyroid disorders and vitamin A deficiency can also be the causes.
Blurry vision is often times related to nearsightedness. When the eye tries to strain and see far, it gives a blur/blurry vision. Here are the four tips that will help you manage the eye problems.

1) Take fish oil and omega-3 fatty acid supplements. Fish oil and omega-3 fatty acids are two supplements that cures most of the eye related problems.

2) Sit above your computer. Whenever you want to work on your computer, let your eye level be more elevated than the screen. It helps your eyes if you're looking down as you work. This will keep your eyes only halfway open—and less likely to dry out.

3) Give it a break. Try changing up your normal routine. Some changes you can make are: Getting enough sleep, Not over-wearing contact lenses, Wearing sunglasses outside, Taking breaks from staring at your computer.

4) Have a chat with your eye doctor. Artificial tears are typically one of the first treatments recommended for people with Blurry Eye vision. For many people, using artificial tears helps provide temporary relief for the symptoms. If you’re using artificial tears often or your symptoms are bothersome, have a chat with your eye doctor about your challenges.

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