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Disorders

BLURRED VISION
Eye Disorders & Problems


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For more detailed information, contact your health care provider
about options that may be available for your specific situation.





  • Blurred Vision Description
  • Blurred Vision Medical Treatment
  • Nutritional Supplements
  • Notify Your Health Practitioner
  • Eye Care Supplement & Support Products




  • BLURRED VISION DESCRIPTION

    Vision may become blurred for any of a number of reasons. Refractive error (nearsightedness, farsightedness, and/or astigmatism) results in chronically blurry vision that can usually be overcome with corrective lenses. Eyestrain, fatigue, and excessive tearing can result in a temporary blurring of vision. A disturbance in the fluid balance in the body can also result in blurry vision.

    A recurring tendency to periodic blurring can result from an inadequate supply of the light-sensitive pigment in the eye called rhodopsin, or visual purple, which is composed of vitamin A and protein. Any light that enters the eyes breaks down part of the visual purple, and the products of this purposeful breakdown set up nerve impulses that tell the brain what the eyes are seeing. If there is not enough pigment present, a time delay occurs between the time the eyes focus on an object and the time the brain forms an image of it. This is experienced as a blurring of vision.





    BLURRED VISION MEDICAL TREATMENT CONSIDERATIONS

    Laser surgery is an increasingly popular method for correcting refractive errors that cause myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), and astigmatism (distorted vision). Three laser surgery procedures may be used to correct mild to moderate nearsightedness.
      PRK Eye Surgery


      PHOTOREFRACTIVE KERATECTOMY (PRK)

      Photorefractive Keratectomy, or PRK, is a type of laser eye surgery for people who suffer from nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness(hyperopia) or astigmatism. It is similar to LASIK in that it involves using an Excimer laser to reshape the cornea to minimize or eliminate your dependence on eyeglasses or contact lenses. It is different in that unlike LASIK the eye surgeon doesn't need to use a microkeratome to make a flap, but instead is able to apply the laser directly to the surface of the cornea to achieve the desired vision correction effect. PRK is better suited for people with thin corneas or certain other corneal abnormalities where using a microkeratome might not be the best choice. Also it may be preferred for those in the United States military where PRK is the approved procedure for those in active combat and certain other positions. PRK has been approved by the FDA for myopia since 1995 and for hyperopia since 1998 and enjoys an excellent safety profile. Since it does not use a microkeratome, there is no risk of flap complications. In PRK to correct myopia, the steep cornea is made flatter by removing tissue from the center of the cornea. To correct hyperopia, the flat cornea is made steeper by removing tissue from the outer edges of the cornea. To correct astigmatism, the cornea is transformed into a more spherical shape.

      Photorefractive Keratectomy involves, much like LASIK, the reshaping of the cornea. Unlike LASIK which involves removing the inner tissue of the cornea, PRK applies laser energy to change the surface of the cornea. Before surgery you will need to have a careful review of your health and eye history. Then you will need to have a refraction to measure your actual prescription. This will need to be performed with eye drops; in order to get the best measurements. The shape of the surface of your eyes will be mapped using an instrument called a corneal topographer. Finally the thickness of your cornea will be measured using an instrument called a pachymeter.

      On your day of surgery, a technician will clean the area around your eyes with a hygienic but gentle cleansing pad. The technician will place a series of drops into your eyes in order to get them ready for your treatment. Some of these drops, antibiotic drops, will prevent germs from entering your eye and therefore help to prevent any possibility of infection. Other drops will be placed in your eyes to lightly numb the cornea so that you are comfortable during your treatment. After you recline on the bed-like chair under the laser, an eyelid holder called a speculum, is gently placed between your eyelids to remind you not to blink. Next the epithelium, a thin, protective layer that covers the cornea, is removed. Since you have had numbing drops placed in your eyes, this will not be uncomfortable, but will feel like a slight pressure around your eyes. The surgeon will instruct you to look at a small light during your procedure. Do not worry if you cannot stay perfectly steady-just do your best. Today's laser technology uses a tracking system which will actually follow your eye movements if you can hold pretty still during your procedure. To correct nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism, your surgeon will use an Excimer laser. The Excimer laser is programmed based on calculations made from the measurements taken during your consultation. The laser then delivers the exact correction needed and send tiny spots of light beams to certain predetermined positions on your cornea in order to change the shape to what is required for you to see well. The eye surgeon has full control of the laser and monitors the position of the laser on the cornea as well as the tracking system monitoring the position of your eye in order to make sure the beam is in the correct place. The application of the laser usually takes 1 to 2 minutes per eye depending on the amount and complexity of the of correction that you need. A soft bandage contact lens may be placed over the eyes to help the epithelium heal. The technician will often place additional eye drops in your eyes as the procedure is finished just to give you some added comfort and protection and to help your eyes heal quickly. Most often a protective clear plastic shield will be applied-like safety glasses-to prevent you from rubbing your eyes or in case you get bumped accidentally. Pay careful attention to the detailed instructions your health care provider gives you regarding additional drops to use at home and when to return for your first visit.

      You will need someone to drive you home. To be most comfortable, you should go home and take a long nap. When you awaken you will notice several things. First you will notice a dramatic improvement in your vision. It will most likely not be as good as it will get in a few days as your eyes will need to continue to heal. You should expect to feel some mild "grittiness" or like a little sand or dust has gotten into your eyes for up to a day or so. This is normal. As your eyes heal it is normal and expected to be a little sensitive to light and perhaps see some glare or even haloes around lights at night. This too will diminish as your eyes heal.

      People are best suited for Photorefractive Keratectomy are people with moderate levels of myopia or hyperopia who have corneal abnormalities that make them not best suited for LASIK. However PRK may also be used for people with high prescription levels and for active military personnel.

      PHOTOREFRACTIVE KERATECTOMY ADVANTAGES
      • Better for thin corneas.
      • Good for low to high levels of myopia or hyperopia.
      • Better for thin corneas.
      • Good for low to high levels of myopia, hyperopia and/or astigmatism.
      • Good for people in military service.

      PHOTOREFRACTIVE KERATECTOMY DISADVANTAGES
      • Longer healing time.
      • Longer time for results.

      Photorefractive Keratectomy is a less used procedure due to LASIK. However, it is still the procedure used when LASIK is not the best choice due to eye irregularities. As with all laser surgery, there is always a risk and side effects like light sensitivity and halos may not go away. It is important to talk with your eye care provider about the risks in your specific case.

      CK Eye Surgery


      CONDUCTIVE KERATOPLASTY (CK)

      Conductive Keratoplasty, or CK, is an alternative to typical laser surgeries for people who are over forty and have hyperopia, astigmatism, or presbyopia. Developed by Refractec, the process received FDA approval for reduction of hyperopia and in March 2004 received first and FDA approval for vision technology that improves presbyopia.

      Conductive Keratoplasty uses heat from radio frequency wave instead of a laser to shrink the collagen fibers in order to steepen the cornea. After anesthetic drops have been applied and have taken affect, a probe with a special tip that transfers radio frequencies is used to administer eight to thirty-two uniform treatment spots around the periphery area of the cornea. In Refractec's NearVision CK, a foot pedal is used to transmit the radio frequency energy. The heat from the radio frequency is designed to shrink the collagen of the area and cause the cornea to steepen to a very high degree. Less regression is expected due to the uniform delivery of heat and deep shrinkage of collagen.

      People are best suited for Conductive Keratoplasty if they are over 40, have healthy eyes, have had stable vision for at least six months, and have hyperopia in the range from +0.75 to +3.00 diopters. There maybe other reasons why you could be a good or bad candidate and its best to ask your eye care provider.

      LASIK Eye Surgery


      LASER IN SITU KERATOMILEUSIS (LASIK)

      LASIK eye surgery is the most popular refractive laser eye surgery. LASIK involves the use of a laser to change the shape of the cornea to correct refractive errors such as nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism. LASIK is a permanent vision correction procedure since it is a type of surgery which is not reversible. Thanks to advanced technology, LASIK provides an excellent safety profile and results when performed by experienced LASIK Surgeons for carefully selected patients.

      LASIK is not right for everyone and requires careful evaluation and consultation. Today more people are routinely electing to have LASIK to correct their vision as it is a suitable substitute for eyeglasses and contact lenses for most common vision problems. LASIK is a quick eye surgery procedure that provides good vision with few postoperative complications for most people. LASIK is not suited for everyone including people with certain health problems, eye diseases, and other situations that an eye care professional can help to explain in detail as part of your consultation.

      The LASIK eye surgery process requires that a series of careful measurements be taken to be sure that you are a good candidate. This process should begin with a discussion regarding what your expectations are and what you wish to achieve by being less dependent or eliminating eyeglasses or contact lenses. Then a careful review of your health and eye history should be taken by the health care provider's office. Next, in order to determine the exact prescription that will need to be treated, a refraction should be performed to measure the amount of nearsightedness or farsightedness and astigmatism. This will require the use of eye drops to get the best possible measurements. It will be necessary to map the surface of the eye, called the cornea, with a corneal topographer that gives the health care provider a blueprint of the shape of your eye. An important step is to measure the corneal thickness, called pachymetry, in order to help determine whether the anatomy of your corneal is appropriate for LASIK or perhaps another laser eye surgery procedure. Once all of these steps have been completed, the health care provider will examine the health of the retina and inside structures of your eyes as a final check.

      On your day of surgery, a technician will clean the area around your eyes with a hygienic but gentle cleansing pad. The technician will place a series of drops into your eyes in order to get them ready for your treatment. Some of these drops, antibiotic drops, will prevent germs from entering your eye and therefore help to prevent any possibility of infection. Other drops will be placed in your eyes to lightly numb the cornea so that you are comfortable during your treatment. After you recline on the bed-like chair under the laser, an eyelid holder called a speculum, is gently placed between your eyelids to remind you not to blink. Next the LASIK surgeon will use an instrument called a microkeratome to create a very thin, circular layer, called a flap on the front of the cornea. Since you have had numbing drops placed in your eyes, this will not be uncomfortable, but will feel like a slight pressure around your eyes. The surgeon will instruct you to look at a small light during your procedure. Do not worry if you cannot stay perfectly steady-just do your best. Today's laser technology uses a tracking system which will actually follow your eye movements if you can hold pretty still during your procedure.

      To correct nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism, your surgeon will use an Excimer laser. The Excimer laser is programmed based on calculations made from the measurements taken during your consultation. The laser then delivers the exact correction needed and send tiny spots of light beams to certain predetermined positions on your cornea in order to change the shape to what is required for you to see well. The eye surgeon has full control of the laser and monitors the position of the laser on the cornea as well as the tracking system monitoring the position of your eye in order to make sure the beam is in the correct place. The creation of the flap and the application of the laser usually takes 5 to 7 minutes per eye depending on the complexity of the of correction that you need. Finally, the flap is replaced in its original position and because it has extraordinary bonding properties, it acts like Velcro to just stick right back down in place without the need for sutures. The technician will often place additional eye drops in your eyes as the procedure is finished just to give you some added comfort and protection and to help your eyes heal quickly. Most often a protective clear plastic shield will be applied-like safety glasses-to prevent you from rubbing your eyes or in case you get bumped accidentally. Pay careful attention to the detailed instructions your health care provider gives you regarding additional drops to use at home and when to return for your first visit.

      You will need someone to drive you home. To be most comfortable, you should go home and take a long nap. When you awaken you will notice several things. First you will notice a dramatic improvement in your vision. It will most likely not be as good as it will get in a few days as your eyes will need to continue to heal. You should expect to feel some mild "grittiness" or like a little sand or dust has gotten into your eyes for up to a day or so. This is normal. As your eyes heal it is normal and expected to be a little sensitive to light and perhaps see some glare or even haloes around lights at night. This too will diminish as your eyes heal.

      The best candidates for LASIK Eye Surgery are people with healthy eyes have not had previous eye surgery and are looking to correct myopia, hyperopia, or astigmatism. They must also have stable vision for at least a year. People with medical conditions and taking certain medication may not be eligible for LASIK eye surgery. Also some people with thin corneas may best be suited for other laser surgeries.

      Wavefront technology is major advance in LASIK laser eye surgery, especially for people who have complicated prescriptions. It may sound a bit funny, but your eyes are like your feet. Shoes usually just come in sizes that measure how long the feet are. With normal LASIK surgery, vision correction is measured by the visual acuity of a person, 20/20, 20/40, 20/100 and how it is altered by the refraction of their eye. This method corrects how much a person can see but not the details of everything else. Imagine if shoes were made exactly for your feet by measuring how wide, how long, comfort level, arch, and so on. The result would be a great pair of shoes that fit perfectly. Wavefront technology does this for the eyes by measuring the whole eye and providing a three-dimensional corneal map. All abnormalities and irregularities, called optical aberrations, from front to back are present in this map and allow the eye surgeon to correct your vision to a "perfect fit". This allows correction for not only nearsightedness or farsightedness and astigmatism and its impact on visual acuity, but also for other aberrations that can affect contrast sensitivity, night vision, depth perception, and light sensitivity. By correcting all these factors, each individual's vision can be improved dramatically by correcting for the individual's specific problems.

    These are outpatient procedures with relatively short recovery times. They also have very high rates of success, but neither procedure is foolproof. Some people have improved vision as a result of laser surgery, but still have to wear corrective lenses afterward. Others have to have follow-up surgery to improve results. In rare cases, people who have laser surgery end up with worse vision. People who tend to heal slowly or who have ongoing medical problems such as glaucoma or diabetes are not good candidates for laser surgery. The same is true of those with uncontrolled high blood pressure, autoimmune diseases, or certain eye diseases involving the cornea or retina. Pregnant women should not have refractive surgery of any kind because the refraction of the eye may change during pregnancy.





    NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS

    Unless otherwise specified, the following recommended doses are for adults over the age of 18. For children between the ages of 12 and 17, reduce the dose to 3/4 the recommended amount. For children between the ages of 6 and 12 years old, reduce the dose to 1/2 the recommended amount. For children under 6 years old, use 1/4 the recommended amount.

    NUTRIENTS
    Supplement
    Suggested Dosage
    Comments
    Essential
    Vitamin A
    25,000 IU daily. If you are pregnant, do not exceed 10,000 IU daily. Promotes healthy skin and hair.

  • Vitamin A Supplement Products
  • Plus
    Beta Carotene
    & Carotene Complex
    As directed on label. Needed for all eye disorders.

  • Beta Carotene & Carotene Complex Supplement Products
  • Plus
    Lutein
    As directed on label. Lutein is an antioxidant that can help protect the retina from harmful ultraviolet (UV) light and free radical damage. Needed for all eye disorders.

  • Lutein Supplement Products
  • And
    Zeaxanthin
    As directed on label. Antioxidant needed for all eye disorders.

  • Zeaxanthin Supplement Products
  • Vitamin B-Complex
    50 to 100 mg daily. The B-Vitamins help prevent loss of eyelashes, offers nerve support, and stress management. B-vitamins work best when taken together.

  • Vitamin B-Complex Supplement Products
  • Plus
    Vitamin B-1
    (Thiamine)
    50 mg daily. Important for intracellular eye metabolism.

  • Vitamin B-1 Supplement Products
  • Plus Extra
    Vitamin B-2
    (Riboflavin)
    50 mg daily. Deficiency has been linked to cataracts.

  • Vitamin A Supplement Products
  • Plus Extra
    Vitamin B-3
    (Niacin/Niacinamide)
    As directed on label. Important for eye health. Niacin improves circulation by relaxing arteries and veins, increasing blood flow. Caution: Do not take niacin if you have a liver disorder, gout, or high blood pressure.

  • Vitamin B-3 Supplement Products
  • Plus Extra
    Vitamin B-6
    (Pyridoxine)
    50 mg 3 times daily. Involved in cellular reproduction. Deficiencies have been associated with bloodshot eyes.

  • Vitamin B-6 Supplement Products
  • Plus
    Brewer's Yeast
    2 tablespoons daily. An excellent source of protein and a good source of B-Vitamins.

  • Brewer's Yeast Supplement Products
  • Vitamin C
    With
    Bioflavonoids
    1,000 to 2,500 four times daily. Important antioxidants and necessary free radical destroyers. Required for tissue growth and repair.

  • Vitamin C Supplement Products
  • Bioflavonoids Supplement Products
  • Amino Acids Complex
    As directed on label. Take on an empty stomach 1/2 hour before meals. To supply protein, needed for healing and repair of tissue. Use a formula containing both essential and non-essential amino acids.

  • Amino Acids Complex Supplement Products
  • Potassium
    99 mg daily. Needed to maintain proper fluid balance.

  • Potassium Supplement Products





  • NOTIFY YOUR HEALTH CARE PROVIDER

  • If you or a family member (such as a child) is having problems distinguishing colors or find colors confusing. This member may need to be tested for color blindness.

  • If you or a family member are having problems with vision and/or you suspect an infection. Call your health care provider immediately if you experience severe eye pain or a sudden change in your vision, such as loss of vision or double vision.

  • If you have any increase of symptoms. You may need frequent changes in your eyeglass prescription. If you have blurred or double vision that develops slowly; are having a problem seeing because of daytime glare or have difficulty driving at night because of glare from headlights, you need to see your health care provider.

  • If you have any unexpected or unusual symptoms. There may be underlying health issues that need to be addressed.

  • If you are having vision problems that are affecting your ability to perform daily activities.

  • Call your child's health care provider if your baby does not look directly at or respond readily to faces or large, colorful objects by age 2 to 3 months or if your child scowls, squints, or shields his or her eyes more than expected when in sunlight, or light seems to hurt your child's eyes.

  • You and your family members should have your eyesight checked regularly by your health care provider to rule out any problems and to receive a prescription for contacts or eyeglasses, if they are needed. Preserve you vision. It is very important.





  • EYE CARE SUPPLEMENTS & PRODUCTS

    Information, supplements and products for eye health care, including cataracts, dry eyes, and other eye-related conditions.

    EYE CARE & SUPPLEMENT PRODUCTS

  • Alive Multi-Nutrient Products
  • Alpha Carotene Supplement Products
  • Antioxidant Complex Products
  • Beta Carotene Products
  • Bilberry Herbal Poducts
  • Bioflavonoids Supplement Products
  • Brewers Yeast Products
  • Carotene Complex Products
  • Carrot Herbal Products
  • Castor Oil Supplement Products
  • Cod LIver Oil Supplement Products
  • EFA Supplement Products
  • Emu Oil Products
  • Eyebright Herbal Products
  • Eye Care Products
  • Eyelash Care Products
  • Fish-Salmon Oil Supplement Products
  • Flaxseed Herbal Products
  • Ginkgo Biloba Herbal Products
  • Hyaluronic Acid Supplement Products

  • Lutein Supplement Products
  • Lycopene Supplement Products
  • Magnesium Supplement Products
  • Multi-Enzymes Supplement Products
  • Multi-Mineral Supplement Products
  • Multi-Vitamin Supplement Products
  • Neuromins Supplement Products
  • Pinkeye Supplement Products
  • Prenatal Multi-Nutrient Products
  • Selenium Supplement Products
  • Taurine Supplement Products
  • Vitamin A Supplement Products
  • Vitamin B-2 Supplement Products
  • Vitamin B-3 Supplement Products
  • Vitamin B-12 Supplement Products
  • Vitamin B-Complex Products
  • Vitamin C Supplement Products
  • Vitamin E Supplement Products
  • Zeaxanthin Supplement Products
  • Zinc Supplement Products


  • QUALITY SUPPLIES & PRODUCTS


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    EYE CARE SUPPLEMENT PRODUCTS

    MOUNTAIN ROSE HERBS PRODUCTS

    Mountain Rose Herbs: Vision Enhancement Phyto Capsules, Gaia Herbs, 2685 mg, 60 Caps
    Our eyes rely on antioxidants to protect against the oxidative damage that occurs daily. Vision Enhancement promotes healthy vision while supporting normal eye function. With naturally occurring antioxidants such as Anthocyanins from Bilberry, Proanthocyanidins from Grape Seed, and Carotenoids like Lutein and Astaxathin, Vision Enhancement is a protective shield for the eyes. Contains: Bilberry Berry (Vaccinium myrtillus), Vitamin C, Grape Seed (Vitis vinifera), Lutein, Astaxanthan, Vegetable Glycerin, Vegetable cellulose (capsule). Each capsule contains the equivalent of 2685 mg. crude herb. 60 capsules per bottle.


    STARWEST BOTANICALS PRODUCTS

    Starwest Botanicals: Flents Plastic Eyewash Cup


    HERBSPRO PRODUCTS

    HerbsPro: OcuSense Eye Health With Lutein, Natrol, 50 Caps
    Natrol OcuSense provides a comprehensive blend of the most clinically studied ingredients for eye health. There has never been such a complete and advanced eye-health formula! Keep your future in focus with OcuSense. Eyes are susceptible to the effects of light radiation, accumulated sun exposure, and diet deficiencies. There is also the ever-present threat from free radicals - molecules which constantly bombard healthy cells. Take steps now to help maintain healthy vision during the aging process. OcuSense contains a highly concentrated form of lutein which filters harmful light and acts as an antioxidant, shielding cells from free-radical damage. Most people do not eat the necessary amount of lutein-containing vegetables such as spinach and kale. Clinical research indicates a diet high in lutein may protect against vision loss. This formula includes lutein as well as carrot extract and six recommended vitamins and minerals.
    HerbsPro: Bilberry, Ginkgo, Eyebright Complex Plus Lutein, Solgar, 60 VCaps
    This proprietary, antioxidant-rich formula supplies important vitamins, antioxidants, minerals, the vital carotenoid Lutein, and herbal extracts to help improve circulation and decrease free radical damage to bodily tissue, including the eyes and skin.
    HerbsPro: Preservision Eye Vitamin & Mineral Supplements With Lutein, Bausch & Lomb, 50 Softgels
    HerbsPro: Ginkgold Eyes, For Visual Function, Natures Way, 60 Tabs
    For visual function. Strengthens capillaries supports healthy connective tissue and microcirculation. Supports the retina and its adaptation to light and dark conditions. Provides lutein and zeaxanthin, two protective carotenoids essential to the macula.
    HerbsPro: Raw Eye Glandlar, 100% Pure Bovine Eye Tissue, Ultra Glandulars, 200 mg, 60 Tabs
    The eye is nearly a perfect sphere and occupies the anterior part of the frontal cavity of the skull. It is made of three concentric layers: the cornea, iris and the retina. It is one of the most adaptable organs and it's distinctness varies with individuals. It is the organ of sight.
    HerbsPro: Eye Care, Canfo Natural Products, 900 mg, 60 Tabs
    Eye strain is a serious problem, more than many realize. The liver is believed to nourish and moisten the eyes. When the liver is deficient in nutrients, common problems include blurry vision, myopia, floaters in the eyes, color blindness, or dry eyes. When there is heat in the liver, eyes are likely to be bloodshot, often with a painful or burning sensation. EyeCare focuses on the liver, providing it the nutrients it needs for overall liver health and wellness. Vegan, non-GMO project verified, and gluten free. Supports overall eye health and function. Designed for the heavy computer user, 100% natural herbal supplement.
    HerbsPro: Eye Sentials, FoodScience of Vermont, 90 Caps
    Eye-Sentials is an advanced nutritional supplement designed to maintain ocular health that may decline as a result of dietary deficiencies, aging, toxins, free radical exposure, stress, and sunlight. The formula includes the antioxidants Alpha Lipoic Acid and Beta Carotene; Bilberry Extract, which contains bioflavonoids that support healthy histamine levels and helps remove materials from the retina; Eyebright, an herb that is used extensively for dry, irritated eyes, and eye strain; L-Glutathione and Lutein to help protect the lens from UV rays; Taurine, essential for maintaining the structural integrity of the retina; Quercetin and Rutin, antioxidants to support capillary strength; and Lycopene, a phytonutrient from tomatoes with antioxidant properties.
    HerbsPro: Preservision Eye Vitamin & Mineral With Lutein Supplements, Bausch & Lomb, 120 Softgels
    HerbsPro: Clear Eye Herb Tea, Health King, 20 Tea Bags
    Clear Eye Herb Tea is made of wild Dendrobium (dendrobii caulis), Solomon Seal (polygonati rhizoma) and Abalone Shell (haliotidis concha), Green Tea and Jasmine Flower. They provide dendroxine, dendramine, amino acids, calcium carbonate, etc. Traditional Chinese medicine uses them to nurture the eye and pacify the nervous system, protect retina, and improve eyesight.
    HerbsPro: Similasan Irritated Eye Relief Drops, Similasan, 0.33 oz.
    Similasan's unique Active Response Formula homeopathic medicine stimulates the eye's natural ability to relieve the redness, watery discharge, & burning associated with viral and environmental conjunctivitis. The active ingredients in Similasan Eye Drops work effectively with no known side effects and no known drug interactions.
    HerbsPro: Eye Stress Homeopathic, King Bio Natural Medicines, 2 fl. oz.
    Eye Stress Indications for Use: For fast relief of tense, tired, irritated, red, itchy and burning eyes due to eye strain, stress and overuse; intolerance to artificial light as from computers. For eyes that easily fatigue.
    HerbsPro: Allergy & Red Eye Relief Homeopathic, King Bio Natural Medicines, 2 fl. oz.
    Allergy & Red Eye Relief Indications for Use: For relief of allergy & red eye - dry, red, itchy, burning, swollen, inflamed, mucoid, watery, conjuntiva, sensitive eyes associated with allergies, hay fever, irritations, overuse.
    HerbsPro: Platinum Eye Care Liquid, Natures Answer, 8 fl. oz.
    Natural Strawberry Flavor. Synergistically combines vitamins, well known for their antioxidant support, along with minerals, protective phytonutrients, & carotenoids.
    HerbsPro: Apricot Eye Care, Better Botanicals, 0.5 oz.
    Tighten, brighten and strengthen delicate under-eye skin with this antioxidant power pack. Rejuvenate skin and even skin tone with Ayurvedic herbs rich in Vitamins A, C, B complex, organic protein and calcium. Fine lines will seem to melt away under this tender touch.
    HerbsPro: Age Defying Eye Creme With Astazanthin & Pycnogenol, Derma-E, 0.5 oz.
    Astazanthin & Pycnogenol Age-Defying Eye Crème is an intensive age-defying eye creme that soothes and moisturizes for velvety-smooth skin. Helps fight damage and improve the skin health to diminish the appearance of wrinkles for smoother, firmer, younger-looking eyes. Astazanthin and Pycnogenol are two of the most powerful antioxidants that counteract the signs of aging.
    HerbsPro: Pycnogenol Eye Gel With Green Tea Extract, Derma-E, 0.5 oz.
    Derma E Pycnogenol & Green Tea Extract Eye Gel combines the best of science and nature to offer you continuing benefits for the most vulnerable area of the skin's surface-the tissues surrounding your eyes. Derma E Pycnogenol & Green Tea are two powerful antioxidants that will penetrate your skin and fight the signs of aging by gently repairing and restoring damaged tissues, while an added ingredient, Witch Hazel, blends in to tighten up the eye area and promote smoothness. Your eyes will not only feel smooth and firm, they will look younger too. In many cases, Derma E Pycnogenol & Green Tea Extract Eye Gel will even help to reduce under eye puffiness caused by water retention. No animal testing.
    HerbsPro: Revitalizing Eye Gel Organic Lavender, Avalon Organics, 1 oz.
    Product description: for firmer, revitialized and radiant eyes. Brightens, hydrates and soothes delicate eye area with our Peptide Complex and Hyaluronic Acid to reduce the appearance of lines, puffiness and dark circles.
    HerbsPro: Hawaiian Green Tea Eye Gel, Alba Botanica, 1 oz.
    Alba's collection of natural Hawaiian beauty secrets made with tropical fruit and flower extracts, nourishing nut oils and certified organic aloe vera, revered for their curative and rejuvenating properties, are blended together to create exotic skin care products for soft, healthy, luminous skin. Skin friendly. Maui approved. Alba Hawaiian Skin Care products are made with only hypo-allergenic ingredients within the vegetarian ethic, and no animal testing. Certified organic aloe vera and green tea antioxidants soothe, smooth and protect delicate eye area. 100% Vegetarian Ingredients. No Animal Testing. PH Balanced.
    HerbsPro: Opticlude Orthoptic Eye Patch, Regular, Nexcare, 20 Units
    Highly breathable backing - 10 times better than Coverlet brand. Comfortable to wear. Absorbent non-stick pad. Ideal for treating Strabismus (lazy eye) and for use on tender skin. Extra gentle, hypoallergenic adhesive. Regular size patches measure 3.189 inches x 2.185 inches oval (81 mm x 55.5 mm).
    HerbsPro: Opticlude Orthoptic Eye Patch, Junior, Nexcare, 20 Units
    Doctor recommended. Gentle to skin. Sticks well, yet removes easily. Highly breathable backing. Comfortable to wear. Absorbent nonstick pad. Ideal for treating strabismus (lazy eye) or for use on tender skin. Extra gentle, hypoallergenic adhesive.
    HerbsPro: Collagen Fibre Eye Pads With Myoxinol, Instant Firming, Reviva, 1 Kit
    100% native collagen; amazing salon treatment for under-eye wrinkles, pouches, dark circles. Cut into strips for more economical usage.


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  • Nutrition Basics: Eye Care Supplement Information




  • PINK EYE (CONJUNCTIVITIS) EYE CARE PRODUCTS

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    Amazon: Pink Eye Supplement Products
    Amazon: Conjunctivitis Supplement Products


    Amazon: Pink Eye Relief, TRP Company, 0.33 oz.
    PinkEye Relief is a homeopathic, sterile eye drop used to provide temporary relief from redness, burning, watering, inflammation, sensation of grittiness and overnight crusting in the eyes. This homeopathic formula stimulates the body's natural ability to temporarily relieve these symptoms.



    Amazon: Irritated Eye Relief Drops, Similasan, 0.33-oz Bottle
    Similasan's unique Active Response Formula for Pink Eye Relief stimulates the eye's natural ability to relieve the redness, watery discharge & burning associated with viral and environmental conjunctivitis. Can be used alone, or in conjunction with OTC medications and RX prescriptions. Does not contain harsh chemicals and is safe for extended use. Will not sting or burn. No known side effects or contraindications.



    Amazon: Eyebright Drops, Wisdom of the Ages, 1 fl. oz.
    Eyebright Drops formulated with natural ingredients for moisturizing, cleansing and rejuvenating the eyes. Contains the benefits of organic Eyebright Herb and MSM in a convenient eye drop. Eyebright Drops serves as an eye tonic to promote good eye health and reduce the discomfort associated with various ocular disorders including vision, eye strain, irritations, conjunctivitis (pinkeye), and dry or weeping eyes. Eyebright naturally contains astringent compounds (agents that shrink tissues and blood), which help reduce redness and naturally brighten and enhance the beauty of the eyes.


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  • TYPES OF EYE PROBLEMS & DISORDERS

    Maintaining Healthy Eyes
    Bags Under The Eyes
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    Cataracts
    Colorblindness
    Conjunctivitis (Pinkeye)
    Corneal Ulcer
    Diabetic Retinopathy
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    Eyestrain
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    Glaucoma

    Itchy or Tired Eyes
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    Photophobia
    Pinkeye
    Retinal Edema
    Retinal Hemorrhage
    Retinitis Pigmentosa
    Scotoma
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    Almond, Sweet Oil
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