Your eyes need tears to stay clean and healthy. Tears are made by glands being your upper eyelid. Every time you blink, the tears are pushed across your eye, keeping it moist.
They flow into tiny openings, called tear ducts, in the inner corners of your eyelids, where they drain away.
If you eyes are constantly dry, you may have something called dry eye syndrome, where your tear glands don’t make enough tears or your tears evaporate too fast.
This problem is more common in older adults and in those with certain diseases such as diabetes, allergic conjunctivitis or Sjogren’s syndrome.
If you think you may have dry eye syndrome, visit Sucro Optometrists so we can assess your eyes.
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