I know alot of doctors will say use warm compresses and melt the oil that is clogging your oil glands. But what if you don't have clog oil glands. Maybe your just not getting enough sebum oil? I truly believe in my case and also for many others this could be the problem. You need water and oil to maintain good eye health. For some you could just have a oil based problem and that's the reason why you can't retain the water in your eyes because lacking the sebum. Now I am wondering if their is any solutions to speeding up the oil glands. I myself can definitely tell I am lacking oil all around my body. So their could be a connection between that in my eyes. I know hormones have a great deal to do with how much sebum you provide for your body.
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Increasing the sebum production in oil glands for dry eyes