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Why do your eyes water when it is cold and windy?

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It is a common experience for eyes to start watering excessively in cold weather, especially if it is windy.

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, or are caused by blocked tear ducts. If you suffer from watery eyes constantly even indoors, you should refer to your GP for advice.

person suffering from watery eyes

Streaming eyes is a problem frequently experienced throughout the colder months by cyclists, golfers, walkers, and anyone who loves being outdoors all year round.

Wearing 7eye AirShield glasses stops your eyes being buffeted by wind blasts

The problem of eyes watering excessively when they are blasted by the cold wind can normally be resolved by wearing 7eye AirShield glasses or sunglasses.

This unique product has a comfortable, protective eye cup that compresses around your eye sockets, insulating your eyes from irritation by gusts of wind.

7eye AirShield glasses

AirShield eye cup protects eyes from the wind

One of our customers described wearing these glasses as feeling "like a big hug" and went on to say:

"Now I can go outside in the wind and enjoy walking and cycling again without my eyes suffering. Thank you."

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