Airports & Airplanes
Dry air in airports and planes can make your eyes feel dry or irritated. Be sure to pack your go-to dry eye symptom relief.
Bonus: Dehydration can cause dry eye symptoms to worsen, so remember to stay hydrated. If you tend to sleep on flights, wear an eye mask. And the overhead fan? Switch it off so it isn’t blowing in your face.
Indoor Air (Heating & Cooling)
When temps change outside, air inside can make your eyes feel dry. Try running a humidifier and drink more water.
Bonus: If you’re waking up with dry eye symptoms, consider using a nighttime gel. It’s also good to turn your air-conditioner, heater or fan so it is not blowing into your eyes.