There is an eye shaped window overlooking outside on a sunny day.

Going Out on a Sunny Day

Going out on a sunny day while managing the symptoms of thyroid eye disease (TED) can be challenging. In this video I describe some of the accommodations I make to help limit the effects of sunlight on my sensitive eyes. From floppy hats to holding hands with a friend, I have learned what works for me.

What tips can you share for dealing with the bright sunlight when your symptoms of thyroid eye disease (TED) are urging you to just stay indoors?

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Have you had to make accommodations to your wardrobe or accessories before going outside?

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