While we can’t cure dry eyes, there are things that you can do in addition to using drops to help alleviate the symptoms.Avoid direct contact with drafts. Any airflow directly on the eye will increase tear evaporation and exacerbate the condition. Keep the air vents in the car pointed away from your face and wear sunglasses.Wear sunglasses to protect your eyes on windy days. This will help reduce the amount of tear film evaporation.Wear possible try to avoid prolonged exposure to refrigerated air-conditioned environments. Refrigerated air-conditioners cool the room by removing moisture. At home use a humidifier during the winter to keep the room moist.
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