This time indicates there is a strong likelihood that you may have dry eyes. Dry eyes can be relieved though appropriate eye care drops and sprays.
You should consult your healthcare professional for diagnosis and to review possible relief options. This test is not used to diagnose.
This time indicates that you may have dry eyes linked to moisture evaporation.
Evaporative dry eye is caused by disruption of the protective lipid (oily) layer of your tear film, which covers the eye, and prevents moisture from evaporating. This is often triggered by modern day life, such as the environment (e.g. air conditioning), allergens (e.g. pollen) and even contact lens wear. Prolonged periods of staring at a computer screen can also cause moisture to evaporate, resulting in dry, sore and irritated eyes.
You should consult your pharmacist for diagnosis and to review possible relief options. This test is not used to diagnose.
Based on this time you may not have dry eyes, particularly if you do not have any other eye symptoms.
If you feel you are suffering from eye discomfort, you can discuss further with your healthcare professional or pharmacist. This test is not used to diagnose.