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Dry eyes

Dry Eyes: Dry Eyes Causes & Remedies

Dry eye is a common eye condition that occurs when our natural tears do not adequately lubricate the eyes as they should. Typically, dry eyes may be caused when not enough tears are produced or if tears are not of the right quality.

Dry eyes can produce uncomfortable sensations that range from dry, itchy eyes to burning sensations. Patients commonly experience dry eyes in conditions, such as air-conditioned rooms, airplanes or after working at a computer screen for extended periods. Fortunately, there are many easily accessible dry eyes cures that can alleviate the symptoms of dry eyes. Some dry eyes remedies include specific lifestyle changes and eye drops for dry eyes. Your eye doctor will be able to determine how long you might need to adopt these measures to reduce dry eyes.

Dry eyes symptoms may include:

  • Stinging, burning or scratchy sensations
  • Mucus accumulation around the eye
  • Light sensitivity
  • Redness of the eyes
  • Feeling of something stuck in the eyes
  • Difficulty driving at night
  • Overly watery eyes
  • Eye fatigue

To understand and treat the causes of your dry eyes symptoms, it is important to make regular appointments for an eye exam. If you are experiencing symptoms of dry eyes as described above, contact our clinic and book an appointment today.