Sjogren's and dry eyes

April is the awareness month for Sjogren’s disease. This year, the Dry Eyes Store was present at the Sjogren’s Society of Canada annual conference held last weekend in Toronto.

A rewarding experience for those who want to learn more about this autoimmune disease

At this event, patients and individuals interested in this syndrome were able to learn about the disease, treatments and ongoing research through expert presenters in the field. In fact, participants were able to learn more about dry eye, dry mouth and arthritis pain associated with this chronic condition that is overwhelmingly experienced by women.

Often invisible from the outside, the symptoms are sometimes very debilitating. Personally, it was a very personal rewarding experience and an incredible business opportunity for the Dry Eye Store to publicize its products.

Success of our products

As mentioned earlier, Sjogren’s disease very often brings dryness symptoms into the body as it affects the different glands and mucous membranes responsible for secreting fluids. It is for this reason that the common symptoms are dryness of the mouth and eyes.

Our products, specially designed to help relieve dry eye symptoms were a huge success during our presence at this event. Indeed, several patients were very happy to be able to try our moisture chamber glasses specifically designed for dry eyes. Some have said they have been looking for this type of eyewear for years and have never been able to find them in traditional eye shop. At the Dry Eyes Store we have the widest selection of dry eye glasses for all budgets.

The Ziena Verona, Ziena Oasis and Verbena Liberty Sport glasses and sunglasses are without surprises the models that have been the most popular. These glasses help protect your eyes without shamefully sacrificing your look.

lunettes pour yeux secs pour sjogren

Glasses made to relieve dry eye associated with Sjogren’s syndrome.

A lady bought a pair of glasses in the morning and continued to attend the conference wearing her new glasses. She returned at the end of the day thanking me many times that she had not known such relief for a long time. That’s why I find it so rewarding to operate the Dry Eye Store. We make a difference in the lives of many people who often feel abandoned and misunderstood.

Meetings with interesting people

Apart from the patients who visited our booth, I also had the privilege of meeting health professionals such as rheumatologists, ophthalmologists and optometrists. They were also very impressed by the glasses we sell and have shown a serious interest in incorporating certain models into their practices.

Dry eye associated with Sjogren’s syndrome

Sjogren syndrome is defined as an autoimmune disease that is characterized by inflammation and destruction of the salivary and lacrimal glands. The resulting dryness of the eye is often very severe, chronic and debilitating. That’s why these people need glasses like the ones we have to create mechanical protection around the eyes and promote a more humid environment for the eyeball.

Sjögren's Society of Canada annual event

Sjögren’s Society of Canada annual event

If you have dry eyes, with or without Sjogren’s syndrome, we believe that our glasses can help reduce your dry eye symptoms and restore your quality of life. I am perfectly aware that buying glasses online is not easy, but you will not find these glasses at your local glasses shop.

The glasses Ziena Verona, Ziena Oasis and Verbena Liberty Sport are specially designed for the female face. If you are a man, the model Ziena Nereus is more suitable in your case. All these glasses can receive your prescription glasses.

Thank you to the Sjögren’s Society of Canada for trusting us and inviting us to their annual event. We are proud and honored to have been able to attend and help, in our own way, to relieve those who suffer from dry eye.

I would also like to thank everyone who came to visit our booth and who helped make this day a success!

 

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