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These simple ideas can help ease bothersome dry eye symptoms.

Diet Tips for Living with Dry Eye - SYSTANE®


Fish has Omega-3 Fatty Acids that Supports Healthy
Tear Production - SYSTANE®

Omega-3 Oils

Try incorporating fish into your diet. Fish is full of eye-protecting Omega-3 fatty acids, which have been shown to support healthy tear production and overall macular health.

Vitamin A Could Help with Dry Eye - SYSTANE®

Vitamin A

Eat foods like acorn squash, sweet potatoes and spinach to get vitamin A, which can help with dry eyes.


Dry Eye Tips and Tricks - SYSTANE®


Pack Dry Eye Relief Products When Traveling -

Airports and 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.

Tips for Dry Eye - SYSTANE®

Heated Indoor Air

When temps drop outside, heated air inside can make your eyes feel dry. Try running a humidifier and drink more water.

Eye Protection Tips for Dry Eye - SYSTANE®


Wear Protective Eyewear Outside - SYSTANE®

Protective Eyewear

Exposure to wind and sun can make tears evaporate faster. When spending time outside, wear protective eyewear like sunglasses and keep dry eye relief on hand.

Give Your Eyes a Rest from Screens - SYSTANE®

Take Breaks

Failing to blink regularly, such as when you’re staring at a screen, can contribute to drying out your eyes. Try looking at something 20 feet away for 20 seconds every 20 minutes.

Keep Dry Eye Relief Products at Work - SYSTANE®

At Work

The work environment isn’t easy on your eyes. Dry air, digital screens and more can be a problem for people with dry eye. Try keeping dry eye symptom relief at your desk.

Exercise Could Contribute to Healthy Eyes -


Go for a nice walk or run. Exercise is good for you in many ways and it could contribute to the health of your eyes too.

Wash Your Hands Before Touching Eyes - SYSTANE®


Whether putting in drops or applying makeup, wash, rinse and dry your hands before touching your eyes.