I haven't got any help with this at the hospital -a consultant slapped me down and snapped "that I was lucky I wasn't blind, that taking supplements won't help, the latest trials for dry amd had fallen through and I was going to find it very challenging" as if I didn't know that. I have never seen any posts on here about glare. I have found some American sites helpful for light sensitivity and dry eyes - Axion glasses and moisture chambers.
I wondered if anyone on here had had any experience of sclerical lens. I found an eye hospital in the States where you can get fitted with a Prose device -sclerical lens. Sclerical lens are different to contact lens in that they cover the whole of the eye - and help people with glare. The hospital advised me to try and get some in this country to see how I get on with them first. I have probably got 20 pairs of blueblocker sunglasses (including cocoons), yellow, copper, red filter spectacles and I know that none of them can block glare out completely. I find this time of year when the sun is low in the sky causes so much glare from any reflective surface both indoors and outdoors and from all the scans I have had this is not caused by cataracts but dry amd.