Dry Eyes and Menopause
Menopause can cause dry eyes because there are hormone receptors located on several key structures of the eye (the cornea, conjunctiva and meibomian glands) that are responsible for the integrity of the ocular surface. In pre-menopausal and post-menopausal women, hormone imbalance can result in unstable make-up of the tear film, causing chronic dry eyes–an inflammatory condition. TheraLife® can help!
TheraLife® Eye Enhanced has been clinically shown to stimulate tear secretion glands intracellularly (from within their cells) to allow you to produce balanced, natural tears from your own eyes.
TheraLife® Eye Enhanced is designed to restore both tear volume and tear thickness to normal levels and provide long-lasting relief for dry eyes.
TheraLife® Eye Enhanced works from the inside out so that the tear secretion is sustainable throughout the day.
TheraLife® Eye Enhanced works without washing away the valuable mucin, lipids, and protein components that lubricate the eye – unlike eye drops applied to the eye’s surface, which can actually strip the eyes of its healthy, natural substances.
TheraLife® Menopausal Support
This formula is designed for natural hormone balance. It contains black cohosh plus soy isoflavones and essential nutrients like calcium, folic acid, and B-vitamins to help balance hormonal levels and relieve symptoms of chronic dry eyes, hot flashes, night sweats, and more. Women who are particularly concerned about synthetic hormones causing breast and ovarian cancer have used our all-natural formula as a safe and pure alternative.
Omega 3 Fish Oil
We highly recommend molecularly distilled TheraLife® Omega 3 Fish Oil to be used in addition to TheraLife® Eye Enhanced formula, because of its strong anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties.
TheraLife® Fatigue formula is designed to transport more nutrients and oxygen to your body in order to reduce fatigue, provide more energy, and promote healthy sleep.
What You Need to Know
- Dry Eye Symptoms
- What Causes Dry Eyes?
- Who’s At Risk for Dry Eye Syndrome?
- Dry Eye Treatment
- Dry Eye Treatment
- Home Remedies for Dry Eyes
- Dry Eye Prognosis and Complications
- Dry Eye Diagnosis – Send Us Your Results
- How Common is Dry Eye Syndrome?
Other Causes of Dry Eyes
- Blepharitis 2
- Blepharitis AMP
- Blepharitis Relief
- Dry Eyes and Aging
- Dry Eyes and Allergies
- Dry Eyes and Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS)
- Dry Eyes and High Altitudes
- Dry Eyes and LASIK
- Dry Eyes and Menopause
- Dry Eyes and Stress
- Dry Eyes at Night
- Dry Eyes in Winter
- Dry Eyes with Contacts
- Meibomian Gland Dysfunction
- Watery Dry Eyes Treatment