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Does your eye flow with water frequently? Find out the best way to stop it

The most common cause of watering eyes among adults and older children is blocked ducts or ducts that are too narrow. Narrowed tear ducts usually become so as a result of swelling, or inflammation. If the tear ducts are narrowed or blocked, the tears will not be able to drain away and will build up in the tear sac.

Tear over-secretion is usually caused by irritation or inflammation of the surface of the eye. This can occur for a number of reasons, including eyelash and eyelid problems or allergies. Oddly, a dry eye problem can sometimes cause watery eyes, because the eye produces excess tears to combat the irritation and dryness.

Using tea bags (Chamomile, peppermint and spearmint) can be an effective home remedy for treating watery eyes. Soak tea bags in warm water for a few minutes, and once it has warmed up, you can place it on your eyes. Make an soothing eye wash solution by mixing 1 teaspoonful of baking soda in a cup of water.

In the less common form of this eye problem, symptoms can include headaches, eye aches or pain, blurred vision, watering eyes, halos around lights, and loss of vision. Treatment of this eye problem in diabetes can include special eye drops, laser procedures, medicine, or surgery.

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