This is a common phenomenon. Do not worry, because when our eyes are closed to sleep the eyes will secrete a sticky thing that can make the upper and lower eyelids closed together to prevent our eyeball from hurt when we are sleep.
There is discomfort in the eyes if it secretes too much of the sticky thing pathologically. In this situation, we should pay attention to the eye health, prevent it from infection and be careful not to always rub your eyes by your hand. We must pay attention not to over-use of eyes, stick to have a rest.
It is normal to have sticky stuff on the eyes when you wake up in the morning. Usually the stick stuffs are harmless and it is part of your body's natural defense system. You get dust and dirt and things in your eyes during the day. That sticky stuffs are what your eyes work out in the night. But sometimes it is a sign that some form of bacteria, either from make-up or extra oily skin. In this case, you need to see a doctor.
According to your description, sticky eyes in morning is generally caused by conjunctivitis and also by lit. I suggest that you can buy some eye drops, such as Ofloxacin and Chloramphenicol eye drops. At the same time, there may be appropriate to eat the heat drugs, for example, Sangju. It must be emphasized that if the eye drops do not work, you should go to the hospital. At the same time, pay attention to eye health. Do not watch TV for a long time, etc. Towels must be clean and dry so that your eyes avoid to get infected. If you are still worried about your eyes, you can go to the hospital, experts will give you professional advice.
Yes, every time you get up in the morning and find out that your eyes are filled with some awful stuff which makes your eyes sticky, that feeling is not good. But you can just take it easy, because this is largely resulted from the fact that your eyes are overused the day before and your eyes will automatically produce something. Now you can see that it is your fatigued and dry eyes that cause the sticky stuff.
Sticky eyes sometimes are temporary such as when you wake up in the morning. If it are persistent, the medical attention should be considered. There are many different reasons why your eye produces discharge. Most causes are harmless, but some can be the result of more serious condition. The most common occurrence is waking up with discharge in the corners of your eyes. This discharge is a sign that some form of bacteria, either from make-up or extra oily skin, has tried to make its way into your eye while you were sleeping. A bacterial infection can lead to a more serious condition like blepharitis, which is an inflammation at the base of your eyelashes that produces a thick, yellowish pus filled with bacteria-fighting white blood cells. People who are sick with cold or flu tend to have more eye discharge.