Putting Your Ocular Health First
Dry eye syndrome is when your eyes do not produce enough tears to keep your eyes lubricated, or the tears they do produce are of poor quality. Symptoms of dry eye can be due to aging, hormones, medications, or environmental conditions.
Symptoms of Dry Eye
Common signs and symptoms of dry eye include gritty, dry feeling eyes that may itch or sting. It may cause significant discomfort or the lingering feeling of something in your eye. Your eyes may produce fewer tears or they may feel watery as they are overcompensating in response. Your vision may also become blurry or hazy.