Lifestyle and home remediesBy Mayo Clinic staff
In addition to following your doctor's instructions for care, these techniques may help make your eyes feel better.
- Wear tinted or nonreflective lenses on your glasses.
- Wear a wide-brimmed hat when outside.
- Wear wraparound sunglasses.
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