WATERY EYES: WHAT YOUR BODY IS TELLING YOU?
Watery eyes can be a symptom of allergies, infections, or dry eyes.
Allergies can cause your eyes to produce more tears than usual.
Infections such as conjunctivitis can cause redness, itching, and excessive tearing.
Dry eyes can cause your eyes to produce more tears in an attempt to lubricate the eyes.
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Blocked tear ducts can also cause watery eyes.
If you experience persistent watery eyes, it's important to see an eye doctor to determine the underlying cause.