Who suffers from dry eye?

About 344 million people worldwide suffer from dry eye symptoms.1 But these factors can make you more likely to experience chronic dry eye symptoms.2

  • Women are more likely to get dry eye
  • Hormonal changes, including menopause
Ageing
Long-term contact lens wear
LASIK or cataract surgeries
Taking certain types of medications
Medical conditions such as arthritis, diabetes, or thyroid problems

References

1. MarketScope LLC. Dry Eye Products: 2014 Comprehensive Report on the Global Dry Eye Products Market. St. Louis, MO: MarketScope LLC; 2014. 2. http://www.aoa.org/patients-and-public/eye-and-vision-problems/glossary-of-eye-and-vision-conditions/dry-eye?sso=y

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What Causes Dry Eye?

There are three ways dry eye symptomscan occur, and a variety of factors thatcan cause symptoms to come on.

What You Can DoAbout Dry Eye?

While there is no cure for dry eye, making these lifestyleand environmental changescan help prevent and relieve symptoms.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Who Suffers From Dry Eye?

Many people experience chronicdry eye symptoms, but thesefactors can increase your chances.

What Dry Eye Feels Like

Dry eye symptoms can be irritating and affect your daily activities. Most people experience eye dryness, but all of these can be symptoms of dry eye:1

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