greenYes, this is a normal phenomenon. When you are after crying, the water in eyeball is missing and the cells become dry. So the blood vessels of the blood looks obvious, then you have bloodshot eyes. My experience is that if you cry for a short time, it is good. But, on the contrary, crying for a long time can cause damage. Therefore, you should pay attention to your eyes. Of course mainly you need to eat healthy, including carrots, green pepper, spinach, orange, etc. As long as contains VA and VC, you can try.09/13/2012
b1ttersw33t7Yes, eyes could get bloodshot after you crying, especially for a long time. When you cry, you are emotional or sad. And this will cause your eyeball get bloodshot. Besides, when you cry , your eyes are work in the whole time, and this is a kind of exercise for them. Long time of work for blood circulation of your eyeballs will be increase. But this is not a big problem, they will be OK soon.09/13/2012
MakaylaYes, it's normal to cause bloodshot eyes after you have been crying for a long time. Because Tears can keep your eyes moist, and if you're crying a lot, you're probably draining your tear supplies. In this situation, you should not worry about it too much. You could try to drink more water to keep your whole body hydrated. Then it might help in keeping your eyes hydrated too. Also you can pick up some unmediated eye drops to keep your eyes a bit moister and if necessary some of the medicated drops to reduce the redness.09/14/2012
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