Dry Eyes Affect Reading

Your Health Minute

If you have dry eyes it could affect your ability to read.

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Chronic dry eye occurs when the eye fails to produce enough natural tears to stay properly lubricated.

A new Johns Hopkins study of older adults that dry eye slowed a person’s reading rate by up to 0 percent.

People with the condition also had difficulty reading for longer than 30 minutes.

Categories: Ask The Doctor, Dee Armstrong