By Dr. Alana CokerR City Eye Care Many different causes can contribute to red eyes, but the most common is Dry Eye Disease (DED). When DED is the cause of redness, the eyes may be constantly red or become increasingly red throughout the day. Typically, patients with DED will also feel that their eyes are … Continue reading Why Are My Eyes Red?
By Selina JohnsonHAPPI Health Have you recently noticed a change in the weather and how your body is responding to it? Have you had any of the following symptoms lately: itchy and watery eyes, runny nose and sneezing? If so, you may be experiencing seasonal allergies. We are officially in allergy season which lasts from the … Continue reading Allergy Season in the Tennessee Valley
By Dr. Alana Coker O.D.R City Eye Care It’s that time of year again. Birds are chirping, leaves are returning to the trees, flowers are blooming, and everything is covered in a thick, yellow dust. This pollen bomb often leads to weeks or even months of suffering through allergy symptoms that can range from mild … Continue reading I Spy an Itchy Eye
Mold is the second most common fall allergy, thanks to those soggy leaf piles. Your sweater weather season doesn't have to be ruined by seasonal allergies, chiropractic can help!