Eye is the very important part of human body. Watery eyes (epiphora) tear persistently or excessively. Tears serve several key roles in your body. Our bodies produce tears to keep our eyes lubricated, and help to remove any foreign particles and dust. But when the body produces too many tears, or tear drainage is affected, the result is excessively watery eyes. Excessive tearing can result in watery eyes, however, which is not good. Several causes for watery eyes, including wind, cold, sunshine, allergies, bacterial infection, foreign objects, or your body’s natural response to dry eyes. Watering eyes treatment isn’t always necessary. Treatment depends on how severe the problem is and what’s causing it. If watery eyes persist, make an appointment with an eye specialists (ophthalmologist).