Risk factors for dry eye - LANSIER

Risk factors for dry eye

Some factors that make you more prone to dry eyes are as follows:

Being over 50 years old. Tear production tends to decrease with age. Dry eyes are more common in people over 50.

Being female. Lack of tears is more common in women, especially if they experience hormonal changes due to pregnancy, use birth control pills or go through menopause.

Eating a diet low in vitamin A, which is found in liver, carrots and broccoli, or low in omega-3 fatty acids, which are found in fish, nuts and vegetable oils.

Wearing contact lenses or having a history of refractive surgery.

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