Dry eyes is a condition in which there is either insufficient tear production to lubricate the eyes, or the eyes produce tears that are of poor quality, states the National Eye Institute. Moreover, dry eyes can lead to e... More »

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Over-the-counter eye drops, medications and special contact lenses are used to treat dry eyes, according to Mayo Clinic. Procedures to close tear ducts or unblock oil glands may be necessary in some cases. Light therapy ... More »

According to WebMD, while artificial teardrops and ointments are primarily used to treat dry eyes, there is no specific type of eye drop that works well for everyone. Individuals with chronic dry eyes must experiment wit... More »

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Dry eyes are primarily caused by an insufficient production of tears, as stated by Mayo Clinic. The condition is common among the elderly, in post-menopausal women, those with certain medical conditions, people who under... More »

Dry eye syndrome is an eye condition where not enough tears dispense to nourish and lubricate the eye, according to the American Optometric Association. Individuals with dry eye syndrome exhibit poor quality of tears or ... More »

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Treat occasional or mild dry eye symptoms with over-the-counter eye drops, such as artificial tears, but avoid eye drops that reduce redness, according to the Mayo Clinic. Other home remedies include eating food rich in ... More »

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Most people with macular pucker adjust to the resulting mild vision distortion with no treatment, and in some cases, the macular pucker clears up after the scar tissue that caused the condition separates from the retina,... More »