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02/20/2013

Can salmon oil work for dry eyes?

I heard that salmon oil is good for dry eyes. Is this really work? Any one who have such experiences?
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  • comingoutloud

    02/21/2013

    Dry eye is one kind of eye disease which is caused by either decreased tear production or increased tear film evaporation. The typical symptoms of dry eyes are dryness, burning and a sandy-gritty eye irritation. It will last long time and become worse day by day without any medical treatment. In recent, a study showed that salmon oil has a great prominent effect on dry eyes. Salmon oil mainly contains omega-3 fatty acids. This is considered to be an excellent way to boost up the HDL in the blood. And by taking enough salmon oil can be good for human beings eyesight. Salmon oil contains essential nutrients for the body, which also can reduce inflammation that often causes excruciating pain, discomfort and decreased mobility in the body. Salmon oil is also packed with essential fatty acids. These fatty acids are the best thing to heal dry eyes. In addition, artificial tears are also good to help with dry eyes.
  • Jacqueline

    02/21/2013

    Yes, salmon oil is good for dry eyes. And it has also be found that salmon oil can keep eye health. This is because that salmon oil contain omega-3 fatty acids which can protect eyes from macular degeneration. Besides, the essential fatty acids in salmon oil can also help reduce the dry eyes. So, you can have try. Or you can try it with the guidance of your eye doctor.
  • Zoe

    02/26/2013

    Yes, salmon oil could definitely help dry eyes. Salmon is rich in omega-3 fatty, which is very helpful to human brain and eyes. Have more food rich in omega-3 fatty can effectively help moisturize your skin and eyes. It doesn't only exist in salmon. You can find it in seaweed and many other deep-sea fish. Actually the most direct way is to drink enough water every day. Apply warm compress which can help production of tear film. If the air is too dry, a humidifier is recommended.
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