I administered eye drops on time every day, but the symptoms did not improve. It may be that the way of using eye drops was wrong; the picture shows the situation.

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[Health Channel/Comprehensive Report] If you take eye drops on time every day, but your symptoms do not improve, it may be that you are using eye drops in the wrong way.

The Zurich clinic pointed out in the Facebook fan page "Supreme Eye Clinic Zurich Clinic Eye Care. Eye Sculpture. Micro-plastic surgery" that the correct use of eye drops and eye ointment, in which eye drops should be instilled between the white of the eye and the lower eyelid, not directly Drop it on the top of the eyeball; the ointment should be squeezed out from the inside to the outside along the lower eyelid in an appropriate amount, and the nozzle should not touch the eye.

3 steps to use eye drops correctly

Step 1:

Wash your hands thoroughly with hand sanitizer or soap.

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●Step 2:

Pull down the eyelids, drip the medicine between the white of the eye and the lower eyelid, not directly above the eyeball.

If the eye drops are a suspension, the bottle must be shaken first to ensure that the concentration of each eye drop is uniform.

●Step 3:

Close your eyes for 1-2 minutes after applying the medicine, and slowly turn your eyeballs to distribute the medicine evenly.

While closing the eyes lightly, use the thumb and index finger to press on the innermost part of the eyes near the nose, about the position of the nasolacrimal duct, so as to avoid the bitterness caused by the liquid medicine flowing into the nose or mouth.

The doctor reminded that if there are multiple medicines, the interval should be 5 minutes.

4 steps to use eye ointment correctly

●Step 1:

Wash your hands thoroughly with hand sanitizer or soap.

●Step 2:

Squeeze out a small section of ointment about 0.5cm.

●Step 3:

Find a mirror for easy use, pull down the eyelids, squeeze out an appropriate amount of the ointment from the inside out along the lower eyelids, and do not touch the nozzle with the eyes.

●Step 4:

Close your eyes lightly and turn your eyeballs to various directions to diffuse and absorb the medicine.

Physicians remind that if you need to use multiple eye drops, use drops, suspensions, and gels first, and then use ointment, and each item needs to be separated by 5 minutes.

And if you often feel uncomfortable symptoms in your eyes, you should go to the ophthalmology clinic as soon as possible and ask a professional doctor for a careful examination.

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