Dry eyes are more of a symptom than a medical condition, although lack of tears can be associated with disease processes such as sarcoidosis or blocked tear ducts. A persistence of this problem needs to be seen by a doctor.
Most frequently dry eyes are associated with adverse weather conditions or mild conjunctivitis .
Persisting dryness or dryness without obvious cause needs to be reviewed by a doctor.
Rule out an association of dry eyes with smoking, poor-quality air-conditioning or allergies to airborne or food antigens. If associated, try to change the situations.
Euphrasia as a diluted fluid extract can be used as an eyebath and can be used as a remedy, potency 6, four times a day.
Artificial tears (available from chemists) can be used in the short term.