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Why Whenever I Stare At Something My Eyes Get Watery
My eyes get very watery, whenever i yawn. Is that normal and does that happen to everyone or am i the very few? N is it cure able?
Hi, why do my eyes get watery when i'm nervous and get a lot of attention, etc? It looks like im cryin, and its ruining my life. please help
Anxiety, Depression: I understand your nervousness and sadness. It is OK to feel sad when you get attention Respect yourself who you are at this time. Relax by breathing relaxation, Visual Imagery, Music, walking in nature, Yoga, Meditation. Believe in yourself Exercise, walk in nature Feel good about daily achievements See a Therapist for self-acceptance, to resolve conflicts with family and friends, coping skills ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Probably dry eyes: As a reflex, your eyes will water to try and compensate for the dryness. Try artificial tears to help your eyes stay lubricated as a start. See an eye doctor that can recommend more advanced treatment if the artificial tears don't help. They can also make sure its not an eyelid or tear duct problem. Good luck. ...Read more
It may be dry eyes: If this symptom does not occur at any other time, it is likely related to dry eyes or the need for reading glasses. Although itchy eyes are often a sign of allergies, they would occur throughout the day. If you try artificial tears several times per day and still have these symptoms see an eye doctor who will evaluate your vision and overall eye health. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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