If you regularly wake in the morning with red, irritated eyes encrusted by those pesky "sleep boogers," first ask yourself this question: "Was I out partying until 3 a.m. again?" If you don't remember, then perhaps you were. But if the answer is unequivocally "no," then you might be suffering from dry eyes.
Dry eye affects 25 million Americans and becomes increasingly more common as we get older (or "mature," as I like to say). The two most likely culprits behind this phenomenon are your oil glands and tear glands. Dry eye can occur when your oil glands get clogged and inflamed along the edge of the ey...
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