Though dry eye disease is a chronic condition, it can be treated once you are diagnosed. Artificial tears are often recommended and are an easy, pain-free way to moisten your eyes. Aside from the drops, behavioral changes are also recommended like blinking more and avoiding rooms that are dry.
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