Management of Dry Eye

For mild cases of dry eyes caused by computer use, reading, schoolwork and other situational causes, the best dry eye tre...
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Take frequent breaks during computer use. A good rule of thumb here is to look away from your screen at least every 20 minutes...
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When outdoors during the day, always wear sunglasses that block 100 percent of the sun's UV rays. It's best if ...
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Tobacco smoke is a known eye irritant and worsens dry eye — even among second-hand smokers — particularly for contact len...
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Air conditioners reduce humidity in the air which can lead to dryness in the eyes. Avoid direct exposure of your eyes to flow ...
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Placing a warm compress on your eyes then washing your eyelids with baby shampoo helps to release some of the oil in your eyel...
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Drink as much as 8-10 glasses of water a day
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Talk to your doctor to see if prescription drugs might be causing your dry eyes. Many common drugs have dry eye ...
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Contact lenses can soak up the fluid in your eye. Keep lenses clean, and try not wear them all time
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