How can I keep my eyes from drying out (contacts)?
Glasses broke, I went to eye doc and got contacts again. I've had them before, when I lived in FL.
Here at work the humidity is low around 30% (kept low for the manufacturing area)
i am wearing wraparound sunglasses right now and they keep my eyes from drying out but i cant wear sunglasses all day - that was the point of getting contacts to get this stuff off my face. i already have gone thru several types of contacts to prevent drying and these are teh best, they go an hour before they are dried out and cloudly.
Re: How can I keep my eyes from drying out (technine)
Originally Posted by technine
Got to remember that... just started to rub the hell out of my new pair. I even have the no rub Renu solution, too.
Also, on the Renu bottle, it would say rinse both sides for 5 seconds, that is total BS. They just want you to go through the bottle fast, since w/o rubbing, a bottle should last forever.
Just rinse with water if you want, then let let it soak in the Renu no rub and let it do it's work.
My optometrist told me this. (She is hot btw, her name is Nancy Vu, at Vision First in Fremont, CA for bay area people thinking of getting an eye exam)
Re: How can I keep my eyes from drying out (Jawad)
Originally Posted by Jawad
i better pick me up a pair and try this new strategy
It really does work.
You can buy rewetting solution also made by Renu in a bottle that's tiny enough not to be noticed in your pocket.
Something else to consider, a trick that us old guys have picked up on, is to make sure you have enough Vitamin E in your diet, prefereably in the form of rose hips and/or rose hip extract. Rose hips are the most easily assimilated Vitamin E, and it aids in producing more tears.
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Re: How can I keep my eyes from drying out (Accord94DX)
Do all of you wear soft contacts? I have hard contacts right now, and I'm thinking of switching. My eyes don't dry out too much but they get super red with the hard lenses in there, and they're kind of a pain in the *** cause you have to clean them every night. My right contact lens is cracked, also...so it may be time for a replacement.
Anybody with experience with both hard and soft have any input?
Sorry for thread jacking, but I think the original question was answered...get eye drops...right?
Re: How can I keep my eyes from drying out (Quik89Si)
I wear soft contacts like once or twice a week... when you put them in make sure the inside of the lenses are full of solution, and then squirt some more in your eye afterwards, this usually keeps me good for the day, I put some more in at night if I need it
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Re: How can I keep my eyes from drying out (contacts)? (falconGSR)
get some visine for contacts solution.
try not to use it very often though cuz it's better to let your eyes get used to them so they'll lubricate naturally.
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