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What is Dry Eye Syndrome?

Description of the disease

Dry eye syndrome is a condition in which the eyes do not produce enough tears or the tears evaporate too quickly, leading to a feeling of dryness and discomfort.


Dry eye syndrome is classified based on the causes, including age, gender, presence of other diseases, or medications being taken.


  • Feeling of grittiness in the eyes
  • Excessive blinking
  • Redness of the eyes
  • Eye fatigue


Causes of dry eye syndrome may include excessive time in front of a computer, contact lenses, aging, autoimmune diseases, and other factors.


Diagnosis is done through an eye examination, testing of tear production, and assessment of overall eye condition.


Treatment of dry eye syndrome may include the use of artificial tears, changing habits, treating the underlying disease, and applying anti-inflammatory agents.


Preventive measures include following a computer work schedule, taking regular breaks for the eyes, wearing special glasses when working on a computer, etc.


Dry eye syndrome is treated by an ophthalmologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.