Purchase artificial tears at a pharmacy. These drops would alleviate the dry and uncomfortable feeling in your eyes by keeping them moist. However, you will have to use this treatment more than once in a day.
Blinking frequently can also solve the problem because this act provides moisture to your eyes.
Clean harmful particles from the air in your house by running an air cleaner. This will ensure that environmental conditions do not become the cause of dry eyes.
Excessive use of electronic devices such as computer, cell phone and television can become a possible cause of dry eyes. Use these devices only when necessary so that your eyes can have proper time to relax.
To compensate for the lack of moisture in the air, consider using a humidifier. Although the humidifier does not clean the air, it does create enough moisture in the air to keep your eyes and skin well hydrated.
Use of sunglasses while outdoors can prevent dust and other detrimental particles such as pollen from entering your eyes. Apart from protecting your eyes against suspended particles in the air, sunglasses prevent wind and sun from having an adverse effect on your eyes.
One of the most effective ways of promoting fluid as well as tear production in your body is to drink plenty of water. Be sure to drink at least 8 to 10 glasses of water during the day.
If you use contacts, remove them before going to sleep and keep them hydrated properly. Be sure to use only the recommended cleaner for cleaning the lenses.
Make sure that your diet includes foods rich in Vitamins A, C and E and in Omega-3 fatty acids because nutrients that help keep your eyes healthy and hydrated are found in abundance in such foods.
Seven to eight hours of sleep every night is very important to re-hydrate eyes. Your eyelids perform the duty of replenishing your eyeballs with the necessary moisture while you are asleep.