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Robert Phillips said:
> Both of these type of causes can be helped by obtaining a product from the
> Chemist/Drug store which is known as artificial tears - its a high
> liquid with a high surface tension; put one or two drops in each eye
> and the fluid stays around the eyeballs and keeps them moist in the
> adverse conditions.
Two other reasons for needing artificial tears that I don't think
anyone has mentioned: 1) aging--your eyes dry up; dry eyes is one of
the things that women in their 40's notice as their hormones start
changing. 2) birth control pills can cause your eyes to be dry.
I swear by artificial tears--I have them in my purse, in the car, in