Harvard Health Letter

Soothing dry eyes

Caffeine may help us produce more tears, but doctors don't recommend it as a treatment for dry eye syndrome. Instead, use artificial tears, topical anti-inflammatory treatments, and sometimes procedures to plug tear ducts.

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