Treating Dry Eye Disease with Diet: Just Add Water? Updated on October 25, 2019 By William Clement 39 Comments By William Clement 39 Comments Danielle Liebe August 26, 2015 I wonder if dehydration could also be a cause for floaters. Reply Han Boetes August 26, 2015 g just eat and drink healthy, who would have thought. Reply Lulu August 26, 2015 PLEEEASE MAKE A VIDEO ABOUT CONTRACEPTIVE PILLS!? Reply jlebrech August 26, 2015 so they were right about the carrots Reply Jay Garbarino August 26, 2015 I will always confess that the simple fact of drinking water is often more of a challenge than it need be and I seem to always be lacking. I have been using a product with Ginkgo biloba extract 120 mg, Eyebright extract (Herb – Euphrasia officinalis) 100 mg, Bilberry extract 40 mg, Lutein extract 10 mg, and Zeaxanthin 500 mcg. It is Vitacost Eyebright Vision Complex and it does help. Reply Kenly Gallagher August 26, 2015 would you do research on creatine for a video Reply Throngdorr Mighty August 26, 2015 Now I predict Futurevideo10 will show up anytime and tell us how countries with the lowest about of water consumption and highest meat intake is somehow related to better life expectancy. Reply jeenjeanjeen August 26, 2015 I've been following a plant-based diet and drinking at least 8 cups of water and my dry eyes are still dry 🙁 oh woe Reply Dolly Woofwoofer August 26, 2015 im a stupid american, i dont care about ANY of these diseases!! im just gonna start caring until i have them cuz im a typical lazy stupid uneducated ignorant american ololollololol!! Reply Mark and Marjorie's VLOG August 26, 2015 Great video with good information. Thank you for sharing. Prevention is the key. Reply elite1980s August 26, 2015 Wow for a minute there I thought I was looking at a reptilian? Looks like I'll definitely need to top-up my daily water consumption more frequent from now on. Reply Manfred55 August 26, 2015 Is the hype about the Maqui berry really helpful for treating the dry eye syndrome? Reply etmax1 August 27, 2015 I have great difficulty drinking more than about 1-1.5 litres a day (4-6 cups). I feel terribly bloated. I'm guessing this is total water content including from food. Reply vane brin August 31, 2015 Dr. Greger when are you making a video about Helicobacter Pyloris or GERD? thanks!! Im a post VSG and new vegan low fat patient and im suffering with this two issues. Will love to get your findings on these. Reply bliss22:22 November 20, 2015 Yup, this is a no-brainer for me. Whenever my eyes start to get dry, it's nearly always because I haven't been drinking much water. I mentioned this to an optometrist and she had no response. I wonder why it's never listed as a factor. It's in fact been my main incentive for drinking water. I used to hate it. Reply 3x3 March 21, 2016 I'm vegan and I drink at least 4 liters of water a day and still have dry eyes. Reply Sunburst75 April 22, 2016 Use honey on eyelids/lashes twice a day. Worked miraculously for me at a cost of £2. Improvement was within an hour or 2 and overall after 6 weeks, I'm 95% better. Reply Maxx Weber June 19, 2016 Thanks for reading to us. Reply VideoGameProductions July 11, 2016 I'm 9 I have dry eye it hepped today the time is 5:28 Reply VideoGameProductions July 11, 2016 Am Reply Joe Huang July 26, 2016 idk maybe Reply sugarsaint November 6, 2016 damn I drink RedBull every day !! had no idea Reply Hilda Bangisan December 21, 2016 Tnx… Reply Ron R January 20, 2017 Excellent video, I have DE also I believe and I'm experimenting with castor oil on the eye lids and below the eye lids.Apply in the evening and wash my eyes in the morning with baby shampoo with a wet clean baby cloth-apply new amount if needed durng the day.(you only need a few drops per eye area.) I tried coconut oil but eyes did not agree with it. Reply Sheryl Powell June 4, 2017 Thank you so much for this. I have just been diagnosed with sjogrens, suffering with chronic dry eyes, which has been distressing for me. Reply IntroWellness | Health and Wellness Simplified June 13, 2017 Dry eye is EXTREMELY common. Drinking enough water, decreasing your exposure to artificial air and talking with your eye doctor about medications that could be drying your eyes are good places to start. Also, over the counter artificial tears can help keep your eyes lubricated! Reply Dilip Waghela June 29, 2017 I have dry eye problem since 12 year I put drop every day but get relief but if stopped drop again problem start what should I do? Reply Guersom Falcon December 17, 2017 gracias Reply Health Pro-24 January 2, 2018 thank you for video I get some benefits here . Reply Cyndy B March 17, 2018 Is it the smart phone screens Reply WisdomTooth May 31, 2018 MSM & Urine 🙂 Reply MsBROWNIEBABE June 3, 2018 Increasing my water intake has def helped. My eye doctor even commented on my eyes…I’m a believer. Reply Jestekin E July 30, 2018 g Reply Citizenthirteen August 12, 2018 You also have a lipid layer on your eyes. Hydrating doesn't really improve this lipid layer disfunction. They are finding it is this layer and not the lack of tears that is the major cause of dry eyes. It is known as the disease of post menopausal women . Reply pleiades September 3, 2018 Urine eye washes help floaters. Castor oil on the eye lid before going to sleep at night will help as well. Reply Chuck Freeburg November 9, 2018 Eyes are dry drink water. Wait no 'drink' vitamin A. I knew water sucks. What else in the body is solved with vitamins? Dry mouth? I knew water sucks and doesn't hydrate me after I drink it. Not sure if its true but a book I have on iodine was mentioning iodine helps with tears. Please look it up for yourself not sure if it is correct or not.. hopefully NutrtionFacts covers this because I don't believe this whole water for hydration bit. It doesn't work for me. Reply powergirl901 December 11, 2018 Wow, this comment section needs a doctor's care. Never read so many loony comments! Reply Mr. No B.S. March 10, 2019 I am a moving water tank with chronic dry eyes Reply Ayaz Ali May 24, 2019 Any treatment for aye floaters? Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.