Dryness of eyes is due to insufficient secretion of tear which consist of water, lubricant, mucous etc. Dryness is also known as Xerophthalmia which usually happens due to lack of vitamin âAâ. Additional causes are menopause, rheumatoid arthritis, or structural defect within eyelids. Homoeopath generally treats these cases by considering causes signs, symptoms, modalities, etc. Homoeopaths frequently prescribe medicines like Aconite, Argentum nitricum, Allium cepa, Belladonna, Clematis, Euphresia, Lycopodium, Physositigma, Ruta, Senega, Sticta, Sulphur, etc.
It is curable provided you should provide your classical homoeopathy case recording otherwise no homoeopath can select your proper remedy. For proper treatment you may go to the website askhomoeo.com for details and appointment.
Dry eyes is not an incurable problem...it occurs due to the weather, pollution etc..manage few things like cover your eyes and go out in sun and ling distance travelling...secondly drink water well so that hydration is maintained...you can use just tears eye drops for temporary relief....do not stare at computer or tv continuously..take adequate breaks ..blink your eyes frequently... thank you
Dry eye is a much researched condition in ophthalmology.
It is,basically due to
1. Less tear formation
2. Reduced secretion of an oily substance from some glands in your eyelids.
Less tears can be due to problem in your tear glands which can be a accompaniment to certain arthritic problems.
Reduced oily substance is due to less functioning of meibomian glands in your lids, or change in consistency of the oily substance, so that it can't come out of the glands. Or due to some diseases of the eyelid margin called blepharitis.
Homeopathy med for reduced tears most commonly bryonia. But do consult a homoeopath .
Medicine for less or altered oily substance is taking omega 3 fatty acid supplement, or eating flax seeds, 1 tsp twice a day. For one month.
Medicine for lid margin problems... scrubbing lid margins with cotton dipped in warm water.
Homeo med for inflammatory conditions of lids. Consult homeopath , since there are many medicines for That condition.
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