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(HealthDay News) -- Dry eye syndrome occurs when your eyes do not make enough tears.
Certain medications also may affect tear glands' ability to function properly.
AARP suggests how to manage your dry eyes.
- Increase the moisture in your home by using a humidifier.
- Use sunglasses outside to protect your eyes from the sun and weather.
- Consider wearing glasses instead of contact lenses.
- Use over-the-counter eyedrops to increase moisture in your eyes.
- Keep your eyelids clean.
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