Fans and AC Are Enemies Of Eye Health

I’ve spent more money on eye drops and other things to help ease my dry eye symptoms in my lifetime than I care to think about. When you live in a house with lots of air moving around or work in an office with an AC vent right over your head, your eyes get too much wind and dry out.

Add to that the fact that most of spend way too many hours each day looking at computer monitors and smart phone screens and you can quickly understand why chronic dry eye as well as eye strain and similar issues are more common today than ever before.

For me, the solution to all that wind and all that strain is lubricated eye drops. Most of the time I use Blink Tears, but there are also other brands that do a pretty good job. Blink Tears, however, offers the best combination of price and quality and don‘t leave my eyes feeling sticky as some other brands do.

I’ve experience itching, scratchiness and even downright pain from my eye problems, and I really thought I was going to have to start cutting back on my work in front of a monitor. But once I found out about artificial tears and then lubricating drops, I’ve been able to keep things under control.

Products that are called artificial tears feel great when the go in, but they don’t work for long. Lubricating eye drops have lubricants in them that help them stay in your eyes longer and do more good.

Sometimes, you have to spend a little money. And I can’t think of any money I’ve spent that’s been more worth it than the money I’ve spent over the years on eye drops. They’ve made a huge difference in my life.

If you have eye problems of any sort, lubricating drops could make a real difference for you too. All you have to do is get a bottle and see what you think.

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