You can go for punctal plugs.
Welcome to Health care magic.
I am Dr. Dadapeer K an ophthalmologist and I answer health problems related to eye.
It seems from the history that you are having dry eyes
and this is increasing with the use of lubricating eye stops.
Dry eyes are one of the commonest eye problems and first line of treatment is by use of lubricating eye drops called as artificial tears
to keep the eyes moist.
Use of computers is known to increase dryness and it is called as computer vision syndrome
The treatment is by use of artificial tears and avoiding continuous use of computers by taking frequent breaks in between. After working for 1-2 hours you need to take break for about 5 minutes. Along with this use of air conditioners or exposure to wind which make eye dry should be avoided.
If the symptoms are not decreasing you can go for punctal plugs to occlude the lacrimal punctum to prevent drainage
of tears from the eye and keep the eyes moist.
Hence I can advice you to go for punctal plugs if the symptoms are not responding to treatment by use of lubricating eye drops.
Hope I have answered your question and the information is helpful to you.