What is the current recommendation for dry eyes?

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The current recommendation for dry eyes is to use over-the-counter medicated drops to increase moisture on the surface of the eyes. If these products are not sufficient, then stronger eye drops can be prescribed. Increasing omega-3 fatty acids in the diet or through supplements is also recommended.

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