Tears flowed from the eyes if you peel onions? Watery eyes can really answer eye dryness and irritation, or possibly an allergic reaction, or may be a result of a blockage in the ducts that drain tears from your eyes inside your nose. Overflowing tears can cause more tearing.
Do not rub your eyes.
Relieve symptoms by pressing the cloth, clean gently with warm and moist eyes closed, two to four times a day for ten minutes.
Carefully follow the instructions for cleaning and storing your lenses.
Replace eye make-up and mascara if other measures that do not produce relief.
This is the term for drooping of the upper eyelid. In young children need immediate attention to prevent the formation of lazy eye. This often occurs in adults and can be very successfully repaired with surgery.
Blood in the Eye
It looks dramatic and medical name – subconjunctival haemorrhage – sounds serious. But the appearance and names likely to cause unnecessary alarm.
Small subconjunctival hemorrhage is bleeding under the surface of the membrane in the white part of the eye. As a result of the explosion of small blood vessels.
Usually there is discomfort and the problem is no more than a temporary cosmetic blemishes
Spontaneous subconjunctival haemorrhage general public and many have one or two over a lifetime.
Blood slowly change color from bright red to dark red and then to yellow before finally disappearing in two to three weeks. One, two, or even three spontaneous subconjunctival hemorrhage should not worry, require treatment, and does not warrant a visit to your doctor.
See your eye doctor if:
Bleeding occurred more than three times.
Bleeding covers an area larger than the iris of the eye.
Bleeding occurs when you are using blood thinners (anti-clotting) medication.
Bleeding occurs after injury to the eye.
It is caused by small muscle spasms of the eyelid and can be very annoying. It is said to be caused by fatigue and exhaustion, but has not been established. It is almost always stops on its own after a few days, but may continue for several weeks.
Rest and stress reduction are worth trying.
Meet your family doctor or ophthalmologist if the twitching lasts for more than a few weeks.