Solution For Watery Eyes?
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The eye is a very sensitive organ and is easily irritated. A strong wind that hits the eyeballs will dry out the eyes even more. In this condition, the tear glands will respond by producing more tears to re-lubricate the dry eyeball, so you will feel the symptoms of watery eyes. In addition, the air around us is not free from dust and other small particles that have the potential to irritate the eyes. When dust or other small particles stick to the eyeball, the tear glands will also respond by producing more tears to get rid of foreign objects stuck in the eye.
Basically, the watery eyes you feel while cycling are your body's defense response to protect your eyes from irritation. To overcome this, you can try using glasses that are made specifically for cycling, which can protect your eyes from all sides from being exposed to strong winds.
If you feel these symptoms even though you are not cycling, you can consult directly with an ophthalmologist for further tests.
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