Where Do Tears Come From?

After crying, a person may have to blow the nose to clear this drainage system of the excess amount of tears. The conjunctiva is a membrane that lines the inside of the eyelids and extends over the front of the white part of the eye. It produces mucus, a clear, slimy fluid that lubricates the eyeball. The conjunctiva also produces some tears, which help keep the eyes clean.

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