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It is usually harmless, but unsightly. A stye in eye is a small bump, appearing on the outside or inside of the eyelid. The longer a stye stay in your eyes, the more likely it is to turn into a chalazion. To prevent infected, you need to avoid making up or wearing contact lenses until the stye completely heals.
Yes, there is the treatment for people with light sensitive. When there is the problems in conjunctivitis, keratitis, corneal foreign body, corneal broken skin, corneal ulcer, iris inflammation and iris ciliary body inflammation, it may causes you to get the sensitive character to lights. You'd better use some eye drops with anti-inflammation firstly which will help you get rid of the invisible bacterium in the eyes. Then you could often use the warm compress to make the eyes feel comfortable. Thus the eyes will not so sensitive to lights and become mild. You should eat more food with vitamin C to moisture the eyes and vitamin A to improve the night vision. In a word, you just protect the eyes carefully which will make your eyes not so sensitive to light.
Yes, a blow to the head can cause dry eye syndrome. When you use hairdryer, it creates hot blowing air and in that case, it may cause dry eyes as well. If you want to avoid dry eye syndrome, I will give you the following suggestions. First use some warm or hot water to clean your eyes with cloth in order to keep your eyes clean. Second, when you use hairdryer or stay in wind or hot air, you can wear wraparound glasses to protect your eyes. Third, avoid places where people smoke. Fourth, you can eat food rich in omega-3 fatty acids such as salmon, trout, tuna, herring, sardines and so on.
Yes, of course it will make your eyes bloodshot. As we know that bloodshot eyes are common and usually occur due to eye irritation. So we can say that there are many reasons which can cause the eyes bloodshot such as the eye irritation, eye energy and lack of sleep. But for your situation, we can say that there is something to do with the high blood pressure which makes your eyes bloodshot. Because when you keep coughing, it will increase the blood pressure, and then it can affect your eyes. I suggest you should go and ask the eye doctor for the details
Maybe you are hyperreactive. Anxiety can make the problem appear worse than it is. I have often fallen into the trap of constantly checking for new symptoms, becoming very neurotic. So just take it easy.
Yes, it is like miracle! I had severe dry eye problem, so severe that it resulted in corneal erosion. And it used to be so bad that when I wake up in the morning, the dry upper lid used to peal off the surface of cornea and result in erosion. And I was using ointment in the eye at night and eye drops (artificial tears) every two hours during day. Despite this, it became so bad, that every morning, I had sharp piercing pain of erosion and blurred vision. Then, I was advised to use Rose water by a friend. I bought Rose water of Divya pharmacy. Before I slept, I put rose water on clean cotton and put it on my eyes. It was cool and soothing. It is like miracle, I never had another erosion and could stop using eye drops within one week. All those redness, inflammation and irritation in the eyes is gone. Only take care that, the cotton you use once, throw it. Each time, use fresh cotton.
The same has happened to me in last summer. I hurt one of my eyes and it really hurt at that moment. After that I had been always wearing a black eye for nearly a month. I hadn't tried anything on it because every time my mum wanted to help my bruise with an egg. It hurt. I couldn't bear that. So I just let it be and forgot about it when I was in school or playing outside.
This is a common problem that a lot of people may have. When you get your glasses in the store, you should ask the staff to set well for you at that time. This kind of problem seems to be quite easy to handle, but it really need professional officers to do it. If you do by yourself, it may well be arduous but fruitless, even that it is likely to ruin the glasses. So I suggest you to bring them to the store and ask the staff to help you adjust them. Generally speaking, it will be free.
A full year is unnecessary,6 months at most. It is better to ask your doctor.
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