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Cammie


11/21/2012

Can not drinking enough water cause bloodshot eyes?

Is it possible to get bloodshot eyes because of hydropenia? If so. Will the bloodshot eyes be clear if i drink a lot of water right now?
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  • Kimberly

    11/21/2012

    Yes, it is possible for you to get the bloodshot eyes because of hydropenia. There will be the bulbar conjunctiva and sclera organization blood vessels under certain circumstances. It may appear into expansion congestion gore or hemorrhage. It can present red whites due to some organization's blood supply source. The different performance eyes congestion form is different. However, the precondition is the dryness of the eyes which could be caused by the large amount use of eyes in front of computers and other electric products. You should use some eye drops to release the symptom because the bloodshot eyes are always with inflammation. You should drink some water and eat food with vitamin C which can make the eyes be moisture. You should take great care of such symptom. In addition, you should also have a good rest for the eyes.
  • Jackson raphael

    11/21/2012

    Well, yes, hydropenia can lead to bloodshot eyes in some degree. As we know that hydropenia is a deficiency of water in the body. So when you have this problem, it can affect your eyes ad even dry out your eyes which are probably why they are red and bloodshot. So to treat the disease, the best way is to intake enough water and so you should drink more water. But on the other hand, it does not mean as soon you drunk the water, the symptom will disappear. And it should be a long term. And in some cases, the symptom can not disappear after you have drunk water. And you also need eat more fruits like melon.
  • casebell

    11/22/2012

    Nope, it would not cause that. Bloodshot eye or red eye is called subconjuctival hemorrhage, which is a harmless eye condition in generally. It means the blood remain on the white of the eyes, because tiny blood vessels on the surface of the conjunctiva are busted but could not be absorbed quickly. It is caused mainly by trauma or eye injury, or some eye problems, like blepharitis, conjunctivitis. On the other hand, some physical activities can cause it as well, such as sneezing, heavy lifting, vomiting. However, drinking inadequate water would not cause the blood vessels to be broken, but it could cause dry eye instead of.
  • kim alsbrooks

    11/14/2016

    Lemon juice in warm water clears it up pretty quick. I add honey. A glass a day is a good idea if your prone to this condition as I am.
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