Producing tears is a normal bodily function. Crying is an emotional response to something happy or sad, but sometimes tears are triggered for neither of these reasons. When eyes shed too many tears for seemingly no particular reason, it is usually the result of watery eyes disease. This bothersome condition can not only be embarrassing or annoying, but it can also interact with daily activities, like driving and reading, and in the worst case scenario, will eventually lead to loss of vision.
It is possible to massage those tears away. If the overproduction of tears is caused by narrowing or blockage of the tear ducts, which prevent the tears from draining, a gentle massage will help open them to promote flow. Blockages are believed to be more common in babies because their small tear ducts open slowly. If blockages are not dealt with, they may lead to eye infections. It is a lengthy process, but it is recommended to massage the corners of eyes several times per day.