Snow Skiing with Dry Eye

Last updated: February 2022

In this video, I communicate how I combat some challenges with snow skiing with dry eye, specifically the impact of the dry air on my eyes and what type of ski goggles I use. I talk about keeping eye drops handy on the slopes, as well as sleeping with a humidifier at night. I also demonstrate using over-the-glasses goggles while skiing.

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