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Your excess screen time is the culprit for your dry, red, and irritated eyes. This disease is called computer vision syndrome. When we watch the screen continuously our blinking rate reduces and it triggers a vicious cycle. After your screen use, your eyes become dry and tired, you rub your eyes then it becomes red and starts tearing and becomes puffy and then the whole cycle repeats. You need to break this cycle by keeping your mobile screen four to six inches below your eyesight levels. Frequently blinking your eyes so that the ocular surface gets moist. Use the 20-20-20 rule, which states that after every 20 minutes of screen time, take a break of 20 seconds to look at an object 20 feet away. Use copious lubricating eye drops like Sodium hyaluronate for a soothing effect. Thank you.