Dry eye symptoms & treatments OCULA

Looking after your eyes during winter

Winter brings its own set of challenges for eye health, with colder temperatures and drier air exacerbating symptoms of Dry Eye.

What is Dry Eye

Dry eye occurs when the eyes don't produce enough tears or the right quality of tears to keep them properly lubricated, leading to discomfort and irritation.

What can I do to alleviate symptoms?

To combat dry eye during the winter months, it's essential to take proactive steps to keep the eyes moist and comfortable. Using a humidifier indoors can help add moisture to the air, alleviating dryness. Additionally, staying hydrated by drinking plenty of water and incorporating omega-3 fatty acids into your diet can promote tear production.

Get expert solutions

At OCULA, our team of optometrists understands the impact of dry eye on daily life and is here to provide personalised solutions. From recommending lubricating eye drops to suggesting lifestyle modifications, we'll work with you to alleviate symptoms and keep your eyes feeling their best, even during the coldest months of the year.

Don't let dry eye dampen your spirits – book an eye test with us today and experience the difference at OCULA.