Winter Dry Eyes Treatment – 5 Dry Eye Tips

Winter Dry Eyes Treatment – 5 Dry Eye Tips

Dr. Allen shares some dry eyes treatment tips for the winter season. If your eyes are feeling dry, burning, or stinging from the cool winter air, then here are some tips to help you manage those dry eye symptoms.

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1. Use a Humidifier in the living room, office and/or bedroom:
– The humidifier I use: (nice and quite)

2. Avoid direct air flow from vents, windows and fans

3. Wear protective eyewear outside with facewrap side shielding

4. Look into Moisture Chambers to prevent tear film evaporation outside, in the car or at the office
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5. Supplement with artificial tears
– 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
– My favorite gel drops (systane eye drops)

✅ Looking for more information about the dry eye syndrome? Check out the Doctor Eye Health series here

✅ Want to know about my favorite dry eye drops? Check out this video

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About this video: Do you have dry eye syndrome and looking for natural remedies for dry eye? In this video I share 5 dry eye treatment tips that can help with tear evaporation often experienced from dry winter air. Although these tips are being presented for winter dry eye relief, these tips can be helpful all year round as part of a dry eye cure. If you are looking for a dry eye home remedy or just looking for other options for dry eye treatments, then this video may help you. If you are struggling with severe dry eye syndrome 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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