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There are two different types of tears: constant lubricating tears and reflex tears. Constant lubricating tears are what bathe and nourishes our eyes on a daily basis and reflex tears are what is produced in response to irritating factors such as smoke, injury, or emotion. Since reflex tears do not have the proper composition as our constant lubricating tears, the flood that usually results washes out all the nutrients, enzymes, proteins that are needed for a healthy eye. If it persists it can further exacerbate CDES. A “watery eye” may be a symptom of CDES.

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