When outdoor temperatures drop drastically during winter, the air gets colder without much humidity. With the cold winds outdoors, it can dehydrate your eyes and skin, which require ample moisture to stay healthy.
Exposing your eyes to cool, dry air makes them lose their moisture content due to evaporation. This leads to excessive dehydration and eventual eye irritation.
Therefore, when the temperatures start plummeting, you need to take care of your eye health. Here are tips during winter to help you enhance your eye health.