TheraLife Helps with Relief for Chalazion Sufferers

TheraLife Helps with Relief for Chalazion Sufferers

Developing as a lump on the eyelid, a chalazion (chalazia= plural)  slowly grows from a blocked oil gland in the eyelid.  Generally, not caused by an infection, this blocked oil gland starts out simply as an area on the eyelid that is small, tender, red, and swollen. ...
Is There a Cure for Blepharitis and Dry Eyes?

Is There a Cure for Blepharitis and Dry Eyes?

People who suffer from Blepharitis – inflammation of the eye lids — are looking for a cure.  The question is – “Is There a Cure for Blepharitis?” Blepharitis and dry eyes often concur – they are linked. Many people who suffer with blepharitis find that this...
Chalazion Treatment, Causes, & Symptoms

Chalazion Treatment, Causes, & Symptoms

What is a chalazion? A chalazion is a blockage in a small duct in your eyelid (called the meibomian glands) that can result in a small bump and cause eyelid swelling. Each of your eyelids has small glands called meibomian glands located near the eyelashes, which...

The Link Between Dry Eye Syndrome and Depression

People who have dry eye disease (DED) or dry eye syndrome also suffer from depression, anxiety, or stress.  There are many theories as to the cause:  The chronic pain associated with the symptoms of DED, certain medications that treat depression that cause dry eyes,...
Nine Simple Tips for Chronic Dry Eye Relief

Nine Simple Tips for Chronic Dry Eye Relief

Your eyes are soar! They hurt!.  You have been told you have chronic dry eyes You are already using eye drops- feels like you have to put them in every 10 minutes!. Here are some simple suggestions to help:  Drink plenty of water – we recommend at least 8...

Chalazion Versus Stye:  Knowing the Difference

Whenever a painful bump or hard knot appears on the eye, the only thing a person suffering can think of is relief.  However, a chalazion and stye are different.  It is important to know the difference in symptoms because the treatments for each differ slightly and the...

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