Sometimes having dry eyes is just a product of being ill, having allergies, or being in a dry environment, but sometimes dry eyes are an indicator of a much deeper problem. Here are some of the common reasons for chronic dry eyes and how they can be treated.
Ectropion is an eyelid condition that causes the eyelids to droop or sag at the corners. This can be a problem that one is born with or that develops with age. Entropion is when the eyelid turns upward and therefore is unable to fully close. When the eyelid is not able to close properly, the cornea cannot be moistened the way it should be. Continue Reading