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About Dry Eye
Signs and Symptoms
Digital device users
Dry eye Risk assessment
Dry Eye Disease Information
Management of Dry Eye
Use of artificial tears or lubricating eye drops
For mild cases of dry eyes caused by computer use, reading, schoolwork and other situational causes, the best dry eye tre...
Take breaks & blink frequently
Take frequent breaks during computer use. A good rule of thumb here is to look away from your screen at least every 20 minutes...
Wear quality sunglasses
When outdoors during the day, always wear sunglasses that block 100 percent of the sun's UV rays. It's best if ...
Stop smoking & avoid cigarette smoke
Tobacco smoke is a known eye irritant and worsens dry eye — even among second-hand smokers — particularly for contact len...
Use a Humidifier
Air conditioners reduce humidity in the air which can lead to dryness in the eyes. Avoid direct exposure of your eyes to flow ...
Use warm compresses on your eyelids
Placing a warm compress on your eyes then washing your eyelids with baby shampoo helps to release some of the oil in your eyel...
Drink More Water
Drink as much as 8-10 glasses of water a day
Check Your Medications
Talk to your doctor to see if prescription drugs might be causing your dry eyes. Many common drugs have dry eye ...
Take special care with contact lenses
Contact lenses can soak up the fluid in your eye. Keep lenses clean, and try not wear them all time