Simple Home Remedies For Dry Eyes

If your eyes are unable to properly produce tears, or at least produce tears of a suitable consistency, you have a medical condition called Dry Eye. Sufferers may experience burning or stinging sensations or may even feel like there is a foreign body in their eye when there is not. The affected eye may be red or painful or it might be producing a stringy discharge. Blurred vision is also not uncommon, and computer use can make the symptoms worse. 

Some simple home remedies for dry eyes can be a great help in alleviating the pain and discomfort of this condition, and a trip to the eye doctor may not be necessary. Try these remedies for relief:

The team here at Classic Vision Care understands how important the gift of sight is, and we strive to provide the best possible eye care to each and every one of our patients. Classic Vision Care services patients throughout the Atlanta metro area, including West Paces Ferry, Smyrna, and East Cobb. To learn more about the services we offer, you can schedule a consultation online or simply call our offices. We look forward to speaking with you!

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