Dry Eye Directory
Dry eyes occur when the eyes do not produce enough tears to lubricate the eye. Symptoms include pain, itching, redness, blurry vision, and more. Causes may include aging, medication side effects, diseases, and eye structure problems. Treatments involve eyedrops, punctal occlusions, medications, and/or surgery. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how dry eyes are caused, how to treat them, and much more.
Dry Eyes: Causes and Treatment
Dry eye is a common condition. Learn more from WebMD about causes, diagnosis, and treatment options.
Dry Eye Syndrome Treatment
Dry eye syndrome can be treated with artificial tears and a good humidifier. Learn more from WebMD about treating dry eye syndrome.
Dry Eye Syndrome-Topic Overview
Dry eye syndrome (keratoconjunctivitis sicca) occurs when the tear glands do not produce enough tears,causing your eyes to feel itchy,scratchy,and irritated. It is more common in older adults and in those with autoimmune diseases,such as arthritis. Wearing glasses or contact lenses and smoking cigarettes may increase your risk for dry eye syndrome. Dry eyes also may be caused by certain ...
Eye Fatigue: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment
WebMD discusses what can cause eye fatigue and how you can treat and prevent it.
Slideshows & Images
Slideshow: Dry Eyes and What You Can Do About Them
Check out these things that make your eyes irritated and uncomfortable, and find out how to treat and prevent them.
Slideshow: What Eye Problems Look Like
What do nearsightedness, farsightedness, or going blind look like? See these views and take an eye test in this slideshow from WebMD's medical editors.