Symptoms of Dry Eye Disease may include:
Sensitivity to Light
Contact Lens Discomfort
These dry eye disease symptoms often worsen at the end of the day or after visually focusing for a prolonged period on a nearby task.
Often dry eye symptoms are mistaken for allergies, climatic conditions or just “eyestrain”. While all of these may aggravate Dry Eye Disease, they are not the cause.
Only your doctor can determine if you have Dry Eye Disease. If you are suffering from any of these symptoms, be sure to find an Accredited Dry Eye Center and ask for the TearLab Osmolarity Test to find out if you have Dry Eye Disease.