Reducing dry eye pain
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If the tips on these Web pages help some individuals reduce the intense pain that can result from severe dry eye, we will consider this Web site to be a success. However, as anyone with a chronic illness learns, medicine is not an exact science. Each individual has to explore and evaluate possible solutions — what works for one person might or might not work for you.
This page covers:
- How accurate is DryEyePain?
- Does DryEyePain endorse the products mentioned on this Web site?
- Can you read this Web site?
It is important to understand that the information on this Web site is based on the opinions and experience of a small number of individuals with severe dry eye and eye allergies. Most tips come from a single individual who is not a doctor nor any kind of medical professional. Clearly, one person is not a statistical sample. In addition, by the time you read this Web site, some of the information might be out-of-date.
Therefore, you must evaluate any information that you read on this site from the perspective of your own medical situation and in light of your own experience. Only you and your doctor can determine which approaches are safe and effective for you.
The products mentioned on the DryEyePain site are examples only and are not endorsed by DryEyePain. You and your doctor should look for better products because better products might be available and because other products might be more appropriate for your eyes.
The visual design goals of this Web site are:
- Muted colors that are comfortable to look at for people experiencing photophobia
- Easy-to-read text
- Uncluttered screens
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