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If you have experienced dry eyes, you’ll know how unpleasant the sensation can be. Dry eye syndrome, sometimes known as keratoconjunctivitis sicca, happens when the eye does not produce enough tears, or when the tears dry up too quickly. Fortunately, there are treatments available to reduce the symptoms and address the underlying cause. Find out how to treat dry eyes below.
It is a common condition that can be triggered by a variety of causes. These may include:
Whatever the cause of dry eyes, it’s possible to treat the symptoms quickly and easily. However, it is important to seek advice from your optician or ophthalmic specialist first, to ensure that any underlying conditions are detected and treated, too.
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Your treatment will depend in part on what is making your eyes dry. Are tears evaporating too quickly or not being produced, or is there an underlying condition that needs to be treated? These are the questions your optician will consider when deciding how to treat dry eyes.
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While it’s not always possible to avoid dry eyes, there are some things you can do to reduce your risk.
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