Dry Eye Symptoms

While dryness can be a common symptom, some of the other symptoms are not as straightforward. For example, watery eyes (excessive tearing), tired eyes, irritation or increased blinking can also be signs of Dry Eye.

 

 

Dry Eye Symptoms

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Burning or Stinging

A burning or stinging sensation in your eyes

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Blurry Vision

Such as after reading, even for a short time

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Irritation

Feeling like something is in or around your eyes

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Tired Eyes

Your eyes get tired and you may feel like you need to close the eyes

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Scratchiness or Grittiness

You may have the sensation of having something in the eye

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Watery Eyes

Having excess tears in your eyes 

If you think you may have Dry Eye symptoms, talk to your doctor or eye care professional

 

Think you may have symptoms of Dry Eye?

 

Take a Systane® SELFIE to find out in less than 30 seconds.*

If your eyes feel discomfort waiting for the photo you may have symptoms of Dry Eye. 

 

To begin visit systaneselfie.myalcon.com/au on your mobile.
 

 

TAKE A SYSTANE® SELFIE

 

*This selfie is not to be used for diagnostic purposes.

Always consult a doctor/eyecare specialist to determine if you may have Dry Eye.

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All content on this website is for informational purposes only, always talk to your health professional regarding your eye health or medical conditions. 

1. MayoClinic - Dry Eyes. Available at: https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/dry-eyes/symptoms-causes/syc-20371863
2. Better Health Channel - Dry eye. Available at: https://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/health/conditionsandtreatments/dry-eye#symptoms-of-dry-eye