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How I cured my dry eyes – A personal story

I’m here to tell you that I’m a living, walking miracle. I am 43 years old and started suffering from severe dry eye syndrome several months ago. My condition was so severe I barely wet the tip of the filter paper on the Schirmer tear test and showed corneal staining along the outer edge of the cornea. I had to use artificial tears every 10-15 minutes, along with night-time eye ointment. My ophthalmologist only wanted to talk about punctal plugs and Restasis. Now, thanks to you guys, I don’t need either one. I started taking the TheraLife eye regimen 2 1/2 weeks ago, along with flaxseed and fish oils. In two weeks or less, I stopped using artificial tears or ointments and haven’t had to use them for three straight weeks and counting. And to make things even more interesting, the air has been a little drier over the time when I started feeling dramatic relief. 

 Thanks Again, 

 Nick. United States

Why do TheraLife Eye capsules work for dry eyes?  

TheraLife® treats dry eyes intra-cellularly to restore balance and end the cycle of dry, itchy red eyes. TheraLife® promotes your cellular functioning to provide natural dry eye relief with your tears. After using TheraLife® Eye capsules, you will once again have an innate ability to produce tears, eliminating inflammation and dryness.

End your reliance on eye drops and restore your comfortable vision. Whether you suffer from watery, dry eyes, blepharitis, meibomian gland dysfunction, chronic and severe dry eyes,

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Sources of Moisture in the Eyes

Lacrimal glands

The lacrimal gland located in the upper outer quadrant of the eye is responsible for producing tears. This gland produces a lot of tears when you cry or cut an onion.

Conjunctiva

Conjunctiva is a source of eye moisture. Conjunctiva is a network of glands embedded in the white part of the eye. These important glands produce water and mucus, which keep the eye from drying out. Conjunctiva is also under the surface of the eyelids.

Meibomian Oil Glands

Finally, the glands at the edge of the lids produce an oily substance that keeps the eye lubricated. 

When mixed with the water and mucus from the conjunctiva, this tear film on the eye’s surface allows for good vision. Lubricant gets distributed every time a person blinks. They are keeping the eye moist and protected.

What does it mean by Lack of Tears?

The tear production in the eyes tends to slow as a person ages. For women, menopause is one of the primary reasons for dry eyes because there are hormones in the tear. If the tear-producing lacrimal glands don’t make tears as they once did, there will be a problem with the amount of tears. When either of the other two glands slow, the result is dry eye syndrome. 

A lack of tear film on the eye can leave a person feeling burning, grittiness, or eye pain.

Other Causes of Dry Eye Syndrome

In addition to aging, there are many other causes of dry eye syndrome. These include:

  • Side effects from antihistamines, blood pressure medicines, or other medications
  • Thyroid problems, rheumatoid arthritis, Parkinson’s disease, Sjögren’s syndrome, diabetes, or other underlying conditions
  • Exposure to irritating environmental pollutants such as dust, smoke, or pet dander
  • Eye surgery
  • Contact lens use
  • Staring at a computer screen, phone, or television for too long without blinking and replenishing the tear film
  • Autoimmune diseases such as Sjogren’s, Lupus has dry eyes. 
 Computer Vision Syndrome

A dry eye syndrome culprit not seen much until the 21st century is known as computer vision syndrome(CVS). CVS is caused by staring at the computer screen for long periods and blinking less. Since the eyes are open more often, they tend to dry out since the lack of blinking does not refresh the eye’s surface with lubricating tears. Symptoms of this new cause include blurry or double vision.

LASIK surgery causing dry eyes.

LASIK surgery, which cuts and shapes your cornea for you to see without prescription glasses, can cause dry eyes. The resulting dry eye can be permanent. If you already have dry eyes, don’t do LASIK surgery.

Traditional ways to Treat Dry Eyes

Treating dry eyes is not only for comfortable vision, but it can also help avoid infections and scarred corneas. The treatment options for dry eye syndrome include:

  • Warm compresses
  • Gentle eye massage will stimulate the oil glands on the eyelids
  • Artificial tears bring temporary relief. Frequent use of eye drops does make dry eyes worse.
  • Certain medicines- especially antihistamines.  
  • Placement of tear drainage ducts into the tear duct to block excessive tear drainage
  • TheraLife products for dry eye syndrome – to restore tear functions inside out.

People with dry eyes opt for a more natural solution -TheraLife especially when eye drops no longer work. 

How TheraLife can help in dry eye relief.

How does TheraLife Eye work?

TheraLife goes directly to the source of the problem of dry eyes-lack of tear production. TheraLife addresses the fundamental cause of dry eyes: underactive tear secretion. By targeting the issue of decreased tear production from the inside out with natural methods, TheraLife promotes the production of the body’s tears without the use of artificial tears, medications, or surgical procedures.

TheraLife Eye Formula

TheraLife Eye is an all-natural, unique proprietary formula. Clinically, TheraLife Eye has proven to work for 80% of first-time users. It works by increasing intracellular metabolism, membrane permeability, and microcirculation of the blood to the eyes. Now the meibomian, lacrimal, and goblet cells that make up the tear glands can secrete their tears naturally, helping to overcome dry eye syndrome issues.  

TheraLife Eye Reduces inflammation.

When the body can produce tears- no more dryness and naturally pain 

Restoration of comfortable vision is possible with TheraLife’s line of all-natural products that address the root cause of dry eye. End reliance on drops or medicine and restore comfortable vision for the eyes with TheraLife.

Get help from TheraLife Today.

Call and talk to a doctor toll-free 1-877-917-1989 US/Canada. International (650) 949-6080. Email to: info@theralife.com

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