Eye Care is Critical To Safe Driving

Certainly, the most important part of your body for driving is your eyes. Here I outline what I do to manage my eyes.

1. NO HANDS

Starting very young I struggle with sleet in my eyes as a child as well as the occasional sty. Rubbing my eyes with my hands was a practice I learned to stop early, replacing it by using the inside of my shirt.

2. HOT WATER

By my twenties, my morning routine included a hot cloth held against my eyes once a day. Within a decade it was done twice a day, early morning and before sleeping. In my thirties, it became several times a day when I felt the need.

I learned about glasses by the age of 5, because I had to wear them. I did try contacts for a year or two and loved them, however, I stopped because they exploded the issues of itchiness and increased the daily need to soak my eyes.

3. PRESERVATIVE-FREE EYEDROPS

Along the way, I tried many eye drops which never worked well and were always terminated in time. Recently after meeting a wonderful client an experienced nurse, a new level of comfort with preservative-free drops.

A M A Z I N G

4. NETI POT Nasal Irrigation Wash Bottle

The eyes, nose, sinus, and throat are all connected. Keeping the entire system healthy is critical for healthy vision.


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