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My name is Stephen and I am a regular cyclist, jogger and fell walker. I have dry eye syndrome from MGD, meaning that my eyes water and get uncomfortable in any wind. It can be very windy here in North Yorkshire!
I needed something fully windproof for cycling
I used to walk and cycle wearing ordinary sunglasses. Then, as my dry eye syndrome worsened, I looked for something fully windproof for cycling and bought some...
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The front of the eye becomes irritated by the buffeting air movement and this causes the tear glands to produce excess tears. In some cases watery eyes are exacerbated by other irritations such as blepharitis or conjunctivitis.