DRY EYE SYNDROME - CAUSES AND TREATMENTS - OPHTHALMOLOGY

How to Identify and Treat Dry Eye Syndrome



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Dry eye syndrome is characterized by decreased tear production, which leaves the eye a little drier than normal, and also reddish and irritated, with the feeling that there is a foreign body in the eye like a speck or small particles of dust. Increased sensitivity to sunlight is also a common feature in people who have this syndrome, which can occur at any stage of life, although it is more frequent after the age of 40, especially affecting people who work hours in front of the computer and that is why they tend to blink less eyes