Moisture chambers – Dry eyes

While browsing the web in search of new information about dry eye, I came across this video on Youtube and I thought to share it with you. Essentially, that person makes us a demonstration of how she went about making herself a moisture chamber for her dry eyes during the night.

If you have dry eyes during the night and that your eyes are sore on awakening, you must find ways to keep your eyes moist and comfortable while sleeping. However, before doing anything, it is always suggested to check with your doctor or eye care professional if this type of moisture chambers are suitable for you and if it can help you relieve your dry eyes symptoms.

If this is recommended, you can see the amateur video of this person who shows us how she makes a moisture chamber mask for her dry eyes to keep them hydrated overnight. If your eyes do not close completely during sleep, if your dry eyes are caused by a dysfunction of the Meibomian glands or blepharitis or any other condition or disease, the use of a moisture chamber system can greatly help you not only during the night but eventually you will have fewer symptoms during the day because your eyes will have had a chance to recover better overnight.

Moisture chambers fo dry eye – how to make them

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Moisture chambers - Dry eyes
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Moisture chambers - Dry eyes
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Essentially, that person makes us a demonstration of how she went about making herself a moisture chamber for her dry eyes during the night.

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  1. Ann
    Ann says:

    Really helpful thank you . I have to wake up through the night to put drops in so I’m going to try this. I’ll let you know how I get on ..

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    • Anonymous
      Anonymous says:

      I have heard that castor oil works well for dry eyes the organic one drop in each eye. I have had severe dry eye at night like you it is terrible. I am going to try this hopefully it will be all blessing to us. I have researched this on the computer please look into this! Pat

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      • Elen
        Elen says:

        Hi, I have been using Castor oil twice a day…once at night before bed and once in the morning before my shower…then I wipe it off. Wash your eyes with a mixture of one part baby shampoo and three parts water. Then put one or two drops of pure organic, cold pressed castor oil in your eyes and massage the excess around the eye area.

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  2. Jennifer Gibson
    Jennifer Gibson says:

    Thank you for making this video, much appreciated.
    I have recurrent eye erosion and dry eyes, I will try this as I’m tortured.
    👍☺️👁👁

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