All About Eyes, For Parents

Pregnant? What happens to your eyes?

Just another symptom from what to expect when you are expecting! or should I say not expecting?! Yes, your eyes do go through some changes whilst pregnant. While most are non-concerning and temporary, a few are more significant and require a little more care. Blurry Eyes You may have already noticed, your vision might have… Continue reading Pregnant? What happens to your eyes?

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Dry Eyes Are Both A Cause And An Effect Of Blepharitis. 

Yes! It’s another dry eye post.  Recently, I have noticed increased confusion among the public in regards to their dry eye symptoms. Some mistake dry eyes for an allergy, some mistake an allergy with dry eyes and some take blepharitis as an allergy and some fail to even acknowledge it.  Therefore, I would like to… Continue reading Dry Eyes Are Both A Cause And An Effect Of Blepharitis. 

All About Eyes, For Students

Thyroid Eye Disease Simplified + Bonus: New Update On Research

What is it? An autoimmune condition whereby the body attacks the thyroid gland causing it to enlarge and produce more of the thyroid hormone. An increase in the thyroid hormone leads to increased heart rate, high blood pressure,  excess sweating, weight loss, fatigue, heat intolerance, and loss of hair. Thyroid eye disease is also known… Continue reading Thyroid Eye Disease Simplified + Bonus: New Update On Research

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Part II: Your Full Guide To Selecting Dry-Eye Eye Drops

Welcome Back. This post is part II. Here I will discuss different types of dry-eye eye drops. If you haven't read my previous post, be sure to have a read here. Most dry-eye eye drops are available over the counter in the supermarkets and at the chemists. The range is full on and it can… Continue reading Part II: Your Full Guide To Selecting Dry-Eye Eye Drops

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Part I: Everything You Need To Know About Dry Eyes In Summary.

- "I think you might have a condition called dry eyes" -"but my eyes are watery" That's it. It is more common than you think. While I don't know the exact statistics, here's what I found: In Australia: 20% of the adult population, 48% of which are office workers suffer from dry eyes syndrome. USA:… Continue reading Part I: Everything You Need To Know About Dry Eyes In Summary.