Dry Eye Relief

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By Glen Swartwout

The surface of the eye is the most exposed aqueous medium in the human body. It is also the most sensitive nerve center. The tears depend on coordination of aqueous, lipid and protein components to maintain comfort and efficiency of health of the cornea as the first optical medium of our dominant sense, Vision. Dry Eye Relief offers insight into help from natural remedies. More

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About Dr. Glen Swartwout

Dr. Glen-Martin Swartwout graduated Magna Cum Laude with honors in Environmental Earth Sciences and Chemistry from Dartmouth College, and received his doctorate at the top of his class in Vision Science with honors in Optics as well as Leadership, being inducted into both Beta Sigma Kappa and the Gold Key Honor Societies at the State University of New York in Manhattan, where he trained at the largest outpatient vision clinic in the world. He served as Editor, Vice President and President of the American Optometric Student Association serving 4000 international student doctor members. He is the author of over 50 professional papers, books, and software programs. His first professional office was in Tokyo, Japan. Over 5 hours of educational videos are available at http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLU01IZ_ZEdvilvv_c6SM9x7Ffp_i_CzJk

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Review by: jaideep khanduja on Nov. 29, 2015 :
http://pebbleinthestillwaters.blogspot.in/2015/11/dryeyerelief-book-review-excellent-book.html

#DryEyeRelief Book Review An Excellent Book For Dry Eye Relief In A Natural Way

Dry Eye Relief: Natural Medicine for Accelerated Self-Healing (Natural Vision & Eye Care) (Volume 5) by Glen Swartwout is all about empowering you to take care of your eyes in a natural way. The most sensitive part of a human body is an eye. The eye needs to be taken care of with utmost precaution as it is the exposed area of the body that needs to be used exhaustively all the time except with we are sleeping. The eyes work like a camera – capturing frames at a high speed and with great accuracy. The most sensitive nerve centre of our body is probably the eye. The cornea is the first optical medium of our vision.

A comprehensive coordination of lipid, protein and aqueous formulates tears that in turn maintains the efficiency and comfort of the health of the cornea of the eye. There are many internal and external factors that impact the performance, health and efficiency of an eye. The chemistry of environment plays a major role in this. Front of the eye, for that sake, is important to be taken care of. AS per the design of the front of the eye, the healing process varies from individual to individual and rather from month to month for the same individual.

The system of self-healing has to be quite dynamic and strong to manage its care. That is where this book Dry Eye Relief: Natural Medicine for Accelerated Self-Healing (Natural Vision & Eye Care) (Volume 5) by Glen Swartwout comes into the picture. It not only makes you aware of the causative and therapeutic factors but also enables you to be proactive in their timely identification. Whether it is you as an individual or for your patients, if you are an eye specialist, this book is a must read to gain an extra edge in taking care in a timely manner.

The book explains in a systematic way about solutions, conventional care and its limitations, risk factors associated with it, your lifestyle and how it impacts in aggravation or relief process, how important is to manage stress in this case, important of exercise and of what kind, importance of water and diet, impact of food sensitivities, allergies, neuroprotection, antioxidants, ageing, immune modulators, hormones & neurotransmitters enzymes, and a lot more.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Amy Groves on Nov. 07, 2015 :
This is such an informative book. It was an easy to read and understand book. I really enjoyed being able to get some help and understanding. Thanks so much for the good read.

I received this book for free in exchange of an honest, unbiased review.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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