Eye can reveal much about our health,environments and levels of stress.Are they moist,clear and bright?Or tried and rimmed in red?Dust,allergens,and pollutants can irritate and inflame delicate eye tissue.Eye fixed on a computer screen all day or a television screen at night almost guarantee a good case of eyestrain. Bacteria and viruses can cause eye can be easily injured.See your doctor immediately about a serious eye problem or injury.But when eye simply need tender loving care,here are some remedies to try.

An itchy eye is a very common problem. The problem worsens in a high-polluted environment or during allergy season.
As the name suggests, itchy eyes means an unpleasant itchy sensation in and around the eyes. The problem can be recurring for those who frequently touch or rub their eyes.


Whether you live in the city or country,daily life can be downright dirty.Dust,smog,sand,tobacco smoke,vehicle exhaust and pollen-it’s all out there,swirling around.Invariably,some of it ends up in your eyes.Even the smallest particle of dirt or dust can feel like the proverbial mote when it’s trapped beneath an eyelid.Allergens can trigger reaction that leaves eye tearing and inflaming red.Dry air and wind can whisk away moisture,and unfortunately so does ageing.

Life your lids here’s what to do if you get a bit of dirt or sand in your eye.First don’t rub-rubbing might drag whatever’s in your eye across the cornea(the eyeball’s clear covering)and scratch it.Instead,gently grip the lashes on your eyelid and lift it slightly away from on your eyeball.Then look up,down and around.With luck,tears washing across the surface of the eye may flush the particle down and out into the corner of your eye.

Tears alone will sometimes flush out an irritating particle,but if not,use a glass or plastic eye wash cup,available from any drugstore.Fill the cup with lukewarm water or sterile saline solution,hold it firmly enough against the eye socket to create a seal and then open your eye and blink with it,underwater several time.Refill the cup and repeat until the irritation is gone.

Wear swim goggle when you swim in chlorinated pools.
Wear protective goggle when using machinery,mowing the lawn,or using a leaf blower.
Avoid eye drops designed to eliminate redness.They contain chemicals that cause blood vessels to constrict and may sap moisture from your eyes.A better option might be beneficial tears,available at most pharmacies.

Cool the eyes One simple way to sooth irritated eyes is to apply a cool,moist compress. Soak a washcloth in cold water,wring it out,and lay it over closed eyes for at least ten minutes.Repeat as often needed.

Pure rosewater is one of the most effective home remedies for itchy eyes. It is soothing and cooling for the eyes and helps clear them. It can be used in a couple of ways.
Rinse your eyes with rosewater at least twice a day.
You can also use rosewater as eye drops for instant relief. Put three drops of rosewater into the inflamed eye.

Use a tea bag to create a mini-compress.Black,green or herbal tea will work.We two bags in cold water,squeeze out,chill in the refrigerator a few minutes,and then place one over each other eye.

Here’s an old folk remedy for soothing dry or irritated eyes;Slice off a half dozen 1/8 inch-thick slices of chilled cucumber.Place a slice over each closed eye;keep the rest in fridge.As the slices warm up,replace with fresh cool ones.

Aloe Vera has always been known to have healing properties. You can squeeze the aloe Vera juice out of the plant and freeze it for a while. Blend with some cold water. Then, dip a clean piece of cotton into this mixture and apply it to your closed eyelids. This has an extremely relaxing effect on your eyes.

If you are unable to flush a particle out of your eye,or you think there’s a foreign object embedded in the eye’s surface,seek immediate medical care.
See your doctor if there is no improvements in red ,inflamed eye after several days,or they begin to produce matter or pus;you could have an infection.

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