Wie rette ich meine Drüsen, das Öl fließt innerhalb 1 Jahres

  • Compress is important but not easy to master.
    Insufficient / inconstant heat is useless & too hot is bad for cornea,

    I find this doctor explains the best, based on my experience/research.
    One American AA even said most people perform compress 'incorrectly', I just read it recently.
    Best indication: feel great after compress. Hope it helps you too.
    Managing Dry Eye Symptoms With Warm Compresses

    by David Kading, OD, FAAO, Mile Brujic, OD
    A number of studies examine the effects of warm compresses for the treatment of dry eye disease. To be therapeutically beneficial, research shows that the patient's inner eyelid should reach a temperature of 40°C. This video explains how to educate patients about the at-home “bundle method” to maintain an ideal level of heat for warm compresses.


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  • Omega 3: Leinsamen
    etwas Absorption bei Frauen und sehr wenig bei Männern hat, laut Dr Karpecki

    Ich möchte etwas wichtige/nützliche Infos mitteilen, was ich gerade herausgefunden habe.
    Dieser berühmte AA, Dr Paul M. Karpecki, OD, FAAO, erwähnt
    ''flax has some absorption in women and very little in men.
    If men have a family history of prostate issues, I'd not recommend they take flaxseed”

    quoteStature, diet, dry eye severity dictate omega-3 dosage September 15, 2017

    LAS VEGAS – Dosing of omega-3 in patients with dry eye depends on disease severity, body mass index and diet, according to Paul M. Karpecki, OD, FAAO, here at Vision Expo West.
    Karpecki spoke at the Ocular Surface Disease and Wellness Symposium, which was co-sponsored by Primary Care Optometry News.

    As a frequent lecturer, Karpecki said he is often asked which omega fatty acid which to prescribe to dry eye patients and at what dosage, so he tasked his residents to find as many studies as they could on the topic.
    “We came up with about 26 articles and narrowed it down to 17,” he said at the symposium, “and there wasn’t a single study that did not show an effect on dry eye.”

    Omega fatty acids are available in both triglyceride and ethyl ester forms, Karpecki continued. “The triglyceride proponents said the ethyl ester forms don’t work. They both work. But triglyceride works faster and has fewer side effects.”

    He said that flax has some absorption in women and very little in men.
    “If men have a family history of prostate issues, I'd not recommend they take flaxseed,” Karpecki said.

    Dosing is based on three things, he continued.
    “How severe is the dry eye? If you have severe dry eye you need a lot more,” he said. “How big is the patient? Anyone with a BMI above 30 will not absorb as much. How good is the patient’s nutrition?
    If you never eat fish you need a lot more.”

    Karpecki said that a woman who watches what she eats probably should take 1 G of pure EPA and DHA.
    “A big guy with a terrible diet, severe rosacea and dry eye will need 2,500 mg to 3,000 mg,” he said.
    Karpecki said his group also found seven studies on gamma linolenic acid (GLA), which comes from black currant seeds and is found in wine.

    “It’s a direct route to PGE-1,” he said. “In the presence of fish oil .... it is anti-inflammatory. Without fish oil it’s pro inflammatory; 170 mg of EPA/DHA with 1,570 mg of GLA seems to be extremely effective.”
    He said the combination of the two reduces the amount of fish oil you need to take.
    An audience member asked if the fish oil can be applied topically.
    “No, you can’t,” Karpecki answered. “The oil may help the tear layer, but, systemically, you won’t get enough concentration.” Krill oil is a good source, but patients would need a larger amount, he added. – by Nancy Hemphill, ELS, FAAO''
    unquote ------- from healio.com
    Omega 3 is complicated and NOT all fish oil is the same - cheap ones may do more harm than good. Most/many doctors in USA recommend these two brands - very expensive but seems effective/safe!!
    *HydroEye (ScienceBased Health) contains omega-3s and omega-6, GLA

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  • Diät & Lidhygiene spielen eine wichtige Rolle bei der Entzündung.

    Ich vermeide Zucker, verarbeitete Lebensmittel, Shrimps (wegen antibiotic)

    nehme (ungekochten) Knoblauch (reibe ca. 20 Minuten vor dem Essen), Ingwer (gerieben),
    Zwiebel, Nüsse (aber nicht so viele wie zuvor, um Omega 6 zu vermeiden) fast täglich

    Salat mit verschiedenen Farben Gemüse, Öle (Avocado, omega 3, GLA), Zwiebel, Nüsse

    Trinke: Kamillentee (oder grüner Tee) mit (bio) Gojibeeren (15 pcs/Tag), Lemon - am besten jeden Tag

    Fleisch: Schwein, Hähnchen, Angus, Pute ca. 60 gram/mal
    täglich: Ingwer / Knoblauch, Obst, Kaffee
    Bio-produkte, wenn möglich.
    Lidhygiene: Die beste Kombination for mich:
    (rein) HOCL / NatraSan Spray + Teebaumöl
    meine Vorbeugen ist besser als die Heilungs-Strategie

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  • Ich werde jetzt mehr Eier essen. Neue Studien zeigen:
    ''This is the best food for your eyes (and it’s not carrots)
    Eggs help improve eye health: Study

    The study found that people who consumed at least 12 eggs a week not only experienced improved glare recovery, but had higher levels of antioxidants, which protect the eyes against damage caused by blue light, sunlight, indoor lighting, TV, and computer screens.

    The 12-month study looked at the effects of eating a dozen eggs a week and its effects on age-related macular degeneration (AMD). AMD is the leading cause of blindness in the US and affects people over the age of 40....
    The same antioxidants found in dark leafy greens and carrots, which make them good for eye health, are actually much higher in eggs. That is what makes eggs such a great food to improve eye health.'' Wednesday, October 25, 2017

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  • GLA + Omaga 3 (und Nüsse)

    Jetzt muss ich die Menge reduzieren, da meine Augen sich sandig /nicht glatt (''gritty'' auf Englisch) anfühlen -
    der Uni.-Artz bestätigte, dass meine Augen (zu) ölig sind, ist die Ursache.

    Ich vermutete es auch und reduzierte den Verbrauch bereits, seither fühlte ich mich besser, für Ihre Infos.
    Ich muss die richtige Kombination & % finden. Ich glaube, ich brauche nur ein paar Tropfen pro Tag, anstatt 1-2 Löffel.

    Zuerst dachte ich, dass es vielleicht Demodex war. AA untersuchte und sagte: keine Demodox.

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