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Throw out the garbage
Find the Truth
You Are Where Your Thoughts Takes You
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The Diamond Sutra: Purified Belie
Vimalakirti Sutra: When the heart is cleansed, the nation follows.
Friends around the world, welcome to Dao Café Podcast. This is your host, Rove Wang.
Are your eyes dry and sour? In our episode 001, our guest Rose Li, a Chinese Medicine doctor with western medicine background, shared some self-care tips to relief mild dry-eye discomfort.
1. Shorten the time spent on looking at the screen if the problem is caused by overusing products such as computers, smartphones, and tablets. Allow yourself only once or twice a day to check your email and social media. Set a time limit and be disciplined about it. 2. If setting a time limit is not possible, then make sure your eyes get some rest every hour or so. 3. To let your eyes stay moist, blink more or apply artificial tears. 4. You can also consider using a humidifier to maintain the moisture level indoors. 5. Avoid wind from the air-conditioning or a fan blowing into your eyes. When going out, a pair of windproof protective-eyewear might be useful. 5. Supplements like Vitamin A and Omega 3 are believed good for your eyes too.
Dr. Li also shared a home remedy: chrysanthemum tea. You can drink it or use it to steam your eyes. This free remedy for mild dry-eye symptoms is available on our website, daocafe.com.
If you prefer to treat dry eyes with artificial tears, the product spec tells you if it contains preservatives. It is suggested to use the preservative-free type if applying the eyedrops more than 4 times a day.
If the dry eyes are caused by chronic inflammation of eyelids, you can try this one. When having a shower, apply a tiny drop of non-irritating shampoo on your fingertip and wash your eyelashes. Keeping your eyelids clean is important.
If your dry-eye symptoms are results from other health issues, please consult your doctor.
These self-care tips for dry-eye were provided by Dr. Rose Li and brought to you by Dao Café Podcast. To obtain a more detailed summary, please visit daocafe.com. Stay healthy and see you next time. Bye.
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We all have expectations and worries in life. As it is, most are related to health, family, career, money, relationships, spiritual needs, and the big question of life and death. At Dao Café we discuss different kinds of topics in hope of shining the way to positive thoughts leading to better outcomes.
Dao exists in our daily lives and it shows the path if we open ourselves. For instance, after around 10 years of teaching, I moved on to the business world, did some volunteer work, and wrote scripts for a children’s TV news program. My latest adventure was to pursuit another degree. After all that, Dao Café website was built, a result of my interests and expertise, modern technology, and goal in life. The idea behind is to benefit the public and myself by sharing Dao.
Dao Café is bilingual in Chinese and English. The podcast show is on four days a week. Scheduled on Mondays are interviews. Guests are invited to share their professional expertise, tips on tactics at workplace, or personal experience. If an interview is done in Chinese, its English summary would be available the next day. If a guest speaks English, then we do it the other way around. Thursdays and Fridays are for short sharing about Dao. Please visit our website daocafe.com and let us know what you think. Comments related to interviews will be forwarded. All constructive feedbacks are welcome. We’ll do our best to improve.
There are so much great contents to share so we’re broadcasting the first interview today as well. Our guest is Rose Li, who practiced medicine in Taiwan before and now a licensed Chinese Medicine doctor in California. Do you have dry eye problems? Don’t miss this interview. Its English summary will be available tomorrow. Thank you and see you tomorrow!