7 Reasons You Have dry Eyes—And How to Fix Them

Dry eyes main causes :

-First, if we have the eye conditioning as well as central heating that dry out the air for purposes of reducing moisture in the eyes.


– Aging factor-As we get older everyday we tend to produce fewer tears. We also have a case for women whereby hormonal changes may lead to dry eyes that is during menopause.

– This condition can also occur due to some medications as a side effect of the same for instance the use of the pill and antihistamines.

– Failing to blink enough can also cause dry eyes mainly because you might be starting on your tv screens and this reduces the blinking rate to 60% hence reducing the spread of tears across the eye resulting to the damage of the protective lipid layer.

– Certain Medical Conditions You might have a medical condition such as diabetes, lupus, reheumatoid arthritis, Sjogren’s syndrome, Scleroderma, Vitamin A deficiency, or thyroid disorders.

– Certain Medications You might be taking certain medications such as decongestants, antihistamines, antidepressants, hormone replacement therapy, or drugs for acne, high blood pressure, Parkinson’s disease, and birth control.

-Laser Eye Surgery You might have undergone laser eye surgery

– Tear Gland Damage Radiation or inflammation might have damaged your tear gland.

– Smoking and Wind Your smoking habits might have been causing this eye dryness these days. The wind might also be the cause of a problem.

-Too Much Reading If you are reading too much, this might cause slowness in terms of blinking. And this way cause eye dryness.

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