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EYE...Chihuahua by Vicky .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 15 Jan 2009 5:51pm My eyes are not being nice. I finally got my drool back and now my eyes are dry. They hurt and look like I have one heck of a hangover. Dry eyes are one of the most common symptoms of Sjogren's syndrome. With this symptom, eyes may be red and burn and itch. I feel like I have sand in my eyes. Also, vision may be blurry and bright ... Read on »
Guiding Your Emotions: Feel Good! by Nicole M. Physical TherapistHealth Maven Posted Sat 06 Dec 2008 1:18pm Humans have feelings, these feelings result from our thoughts. They are a feedback system to tell you if what you are thinking about makes you feel good and is alignment with what you really want. Or, if what you are thinking about makes you feel bad and is not in alignment with what you really want. We have many feelings, so our body designed ... Read on »
Can Menopause Cause Dry Eye Syndrome? by Anita Patient Expert Posted Wed 03 Mar 2010 2:50pm When women start menopause their hormone levels begin to change. Studies have shown that there is an increase in dry eye syndrome in menopausal women due to the hormone fluctuations. Besides the normal hot flashes and night sweats , some women may experience some of these dry eye related symptoms… - Scratchy or gritty feeling in the eyes ... Read on »
Random Tuesday Thoughts, Second Edition by Jaden Paige Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:14pm * * * * * I have an eye appointment on Thursday. I want to get my contacts back, but I've pretty much given up on that, since the last THREE kinds they have given me have started irritating the CRAP out of my eyes within a few months of starting to wear them. Feels like I have sand in my eyes constantly, and when I rub them it feels lik ... Read on »
Genetics Home Reference: Sjögren syndrome by nih.gov Posted Tue 27 Aug 2013 2:21pm On this page: Description Genetic changes Inheritance Diagnosis Additional information Other names Glossary definitions Reviewed August 2013 What is Sjögren syndrome? Sjögren syndrome is a disorder whose main features are dr ... Read on »
Meaningful Ways To Slow Yourself Down When Feeling Rushed: by Carole F. Patient Expert Posted Mon 16 Mar 2009 3:03pm By Carole Fogarty Editor Rejuvenation Loungeand facilitator of Women’s Rejuvenation Retreats:   Rejuvenate Your Habits: “When you calm your body & your emotions, you restore yourself, and restore peace to the world around you.”  Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh Are you being pushed around by the speed of the world or starved for t ... Read on »
Day 8 by onetoughgirl Posted Mon 12 Jan 2009 12:00am Do you ever have one of those days where you wake up and feel like you've only been asleep for a few minutes? I had one of those this morning. I woke up with the feeling of sand in my eyes and soooooooo tired. Matt suggested I switch up my morning routine and get right into the shower to hopefully wake myself up. Well, it didn't work. I also ... Read on »
100 Wise Tips To Feel Better Fast: by Carole F. Patient Expert Posted Sun 03 May 2009 10:01pm By Carole Fogarty Editor of   Rejuvenation Lounge   and facilitator of  Women’s Rejuvenation Retreats: Monthly Feature: Rejuvenation Tips To Grab On The Run: Follow My Rejuvenation Tips On Twitter: It’s been 12 months since I started my monthly feature - Rejuvenation Tips to Grab On the Run.  They originated from my twitte ... Read on »
What are the differences between the two types of laser eye surgery: PRK versus LASIK? by peterrex Posted Tue 11 Dec 2012 7:58am PRK was the first laser procedure to use the excimer laser for reshaping the surface layer of the cornea. PRK was approved by the FDA in 1994 but has actually been used on the surface of the cornea since 1988. It is considered to be a stable and predictable procedure. Because the very surface layer of the cornea, the epithelium, is an i ... Read on »
The Fibonacci Potencies Series: update, comments and conclusions by Dr. Joe Rozencwajg Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Fri 18 Sep 2009 6:22pm One year after the creation of the Fibonacci Potencies, I report the results of its continual use in my clinic. More details and cases, with in-depth discussions will be in the book due to be published hopefully in December 2009. In the meantime, enjoy this paper. Please note that the illustrations are not coming through and the same full text w ... Read on »