Why wait months to restore your NATURAL tears to address Chronic Dry Eyes? While there is no dry eye cure, there are several options to help relieve dry eye symptoms. One potential dry eye treatment comes in the form of prescription eyedrops such as Restasis® or Xiidra®, both of which claim to help dry eye symptoms and are backed by solid science. Unfortunately, prescription dry eye medications can be expensive and take weeks, even months before patients experience significant relief from symptoms of dry eye syndrome. Over these weeks and months, patients continue to suffer, leading some to wonder if they will ever find sustainable relief from dry eye symptoms.
Dry Eye Symptoms
Most dry eyes are NOT caused by insufficient amounts of tears, even though that’s what most people think. That misunderstanding leads many to habitually use artificial tears, expecting the drops to fix dry eye symptoms and provide sustained relief. Unfortunately, artificial tears can only provide relief over a short period of time ranging from a few minutes to a few hours. When the benefits wear off, DED sufferers know all too well how it can feel when their dry eye symptoms return.
- Stinging and burning sensations
- Feeling like there is something in your eye(s)
- Watery eyes
- Sensitivity to light
- Blurry vision
The Causes of Dry Eyes
Many lifestyle issues contribute to the development of dry eyes. Medications, eye make-up, wearing contacts, laser eye surgery, dry air, wind, smoke, too much screen time, and wearing your COVID-19 face mask all add up. So dry eye symptoms are becoming even more common.
But scientists and doctors now estimate that more than 85% of chronic dry eye patients are coping with a Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD). The meibomian glands are tiny oil glands lining the margins of your eyelids. Every time you blink, these glands coat the thin film of tear fluid that covers the surface of your eyes. It’s this protective layer of oil that prevents too much of your tear fluids from evaporating and drying out your eyes. Both of these ingredients–water and oil–are critical to maintaining a healthy tear film to lubricate and keep the eyes’ surface healthy with natural tears (instead of having to use artificial tears). Sometimes, the meibomian eyelid glands become clogged. Without the oils coating the outside of the tear film, the moisture evaporates rapidly from your eyes. Soon enough, you suffer from one or more of the symptoms of dry eye syndrome.
Prescription Eye Drops Take Months to Work
One type of commonly prescribed eye drops can help increase tear production over time, with consistent use. In one study, the drops used twice a day, absolutely every day, 12 hours apart, some patients saw improvement at 6 months. But individual results vary.
In another type of commonly prescribed eye drops, four 12-week clinical studies of more than 1,000 patients reduced symptoms for many patients after 3 months. So even though these medications can take months to provide relief and may not work for everyone, there is clinical research that supports their effectiveness.
Many dry eye patients say they don’t want to wait weeks or months to feel better. So providing sustainable relief of dry eye symptoms by helping patients to restore their natural tears more quickly, conveniently, and at a reasonable cost became the ultimate goal of Dr. Michel Guillon, world-renowned Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD) specialist.
My patients finally see rapid, sustained dry eye relief with this affordable, effective, convenient, and easy to use treatment addressing both dry eye symptoms and the cause of Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD).Dr. Michel Guillon
Introducing A New Treatment for Dry Eyes
Combining the two treatments most recommended by doctors into one doctor-recommended treatment of a warm compress with a medicated cleaning pad into a single therapy for dry eyes, EverTears® eliminates the need for multiple products.
Save time and money with one easy, quick, and affordable treatment for dry eyes in about 5 minutes for about $1 a day!
Simply activate the heat, apply a warm compress for your dry eyes, and gently clean each eyelid. Check out this short video explaining how it works at www.TryEverTears.com.
Many Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD) dry eye patients describe using the self-heated pads from EverTears® therapy as “a spa treatment for my eyes!”Dr. Michel Guillon
So, get rid of dry eye symptoms now! Get a free 30-day trial supply of EverTears® and then see for yourself. Finally, genuine dry eye relief, with combined cleaning pads and warm compresses for your dry eyes.
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