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Our dry eye blog — allergy glasses

Suffering from dry, itchy eyes? Wear Ziena sunglasses to protect you every year

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Ziena sunglasses are recognised as the best make of allergy glasses to protect your eyes from itching due to hay fever. They were recommended by The Times Health Supplement in March 2019.

They are also the world's leading moisture chamber glasses for relieving dry eyes and when fitted with dark lenses they are equally at home protecting the wearer from intense glare from the sun.

> How do Ziena sunglasses work protect you from pollen?

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Watch our new video overview of Ziena glasses

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In this video, John explains how the Ziena range of moisture chamber glasses help to relieve dry eyes, itchy eyes due to airborne allergens, and watery eyes when you are outdoors in cold weather. He goes on to describe each of the models in the Ziena range, explaining their unique features.

If you are thinking of buying moisture chamber glasses, this video is an ideal starting point.

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Are your eyes sore and irritated through an allergic reaction? Here's what you can do to avoid it.

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If, like many people, you suffer from an eye allergy (allergic conjunctivitis) you will know that it can be a frustrating and unpleasant experience.

As a direct result of your allergy, your eyes are probably feeling irritated. They may sting, you may experience excessive tearing, redness and swelling and you probably suffer from photophobia (light sensitivity).

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Some allergens are seasonal, such as pollen and mould spores, but indoor allergens such as dust mites and pet dander can cause eye allergies year-round. They can be difficult to eradicate and are often aggravated...

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