Yes, there are several things you can do to help improve your chance of successfully treating RCE. Staying hydrated is important to ensuring your corneas stay well lubricated and protected. Alcohol and caffeine (coffee and tea and soda) are diuretics which means that they tend to dehydrate you. If you plan on having one of these beverages, be sure to drink enough water as well. A general rule of thumb is to have 1 glass of water for every glass of alcohol, coffee, tea, or soda.
Avoid sleeping under ceiling fans as that can make your eyes drier when sleeping at night.
Make sure to continue your eye lubricating routine. Omega6/3 supplements, warm compresses, and the muro 128 or other eye ointments at night are very important to make sure that your eyelids and the skin on your cornea stay well lubricated.
In addition, place a lubricating tear in your eye first thing in the morning before opening your eyes fully. Allow the drop to penetrate through your eyelashes and lubricate the surface of the eye before you fully open your eyes.
Following these general suggestions can help improve your chance of success, but if you are still suffering from recurrent corneal erosions, consult a cornea specialist about your options.