[POLL] Are Your Eyes Getting Dry?

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We must not take our eye health for granted. Occasional dry eye is a common condition in women over 50, which can be treated. Learn if your precious eyes have it and what you can do to relieve it.

1. Do you experience any of these symptoms of dry eye? [Check all that apply]

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2. If you experience any symptoms, do you know the main reason you have them?

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3. What do you do to alleviate the discomfort of dry eye? [Check all that apply]

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4. If you use artificial tears to alleviate your occasional dry eye, why do you use them? [Check all that apply]

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5. Did you know that artificial tears are only a temporary solution, and don’t support long-term eye health or provide protection against occasional dry eye in the future?

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Drop the drops!

While artificial tears and soothing drops are readily available at drugstores, they’re doing nothing to help your long-term eye health, which is critical to your overall health and well being. When FOF women experience a decrease in the hormone androgen during menopause, it can lead to loss of moisture.  “A disruption or imbalance of hormones can trigger increased surface inflammation in patients over 50 years old,” reports Sean Mulqueeny, O.D. of Mulqueeny Eye Centers in St. Louis. Wearing contact lenses, seasonal changes in the air and humidity, as well as diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis and LASIK surgery also can contribute to occasional dry eye with reduced tear production.

unnamedInstead of grabbing artificial tears, it’s important to strengthen your eyes from within, with EyePromise EZ Tears softgels, which are taken orally. These doctor-recommended vitamins  provide consistent comfort against dry eyes by delivering a powerful blend of vitamins A, D3, and E, as well as fish oil, Omega 3, and other natural ingredients.

KEEP THOSE TEARS FLOWING AND HELP PREVENT OCCASIONAL DRY EYE. LEARN MORE HERE.

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