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920032 tn?1550680156 after 3 lots of ointments/drops and a swab taken of my tearducts, i still have sticky eyelashes every morning. worse on the side i sleep on ..my systemis very acidic. could it be down to this.i also have allergies nut never had this before...63yr old female.
Avatar n tn Do you think that would help the redness? I have often wondered if I maybe suffer from sleep apnea but I have heard that it is very expensive to get tested for it. I know it can't just be from my allergies because if I just don't get enough sleep one night my eyes will be completely bloodshot all day the next.
Avatar m tn Hi, So i'm 22 years old now, and ever since I can remember to about 12 or 13 I have always had severe dark circles under my eyes. My skin has always been very white and pale and many portions of my body I can see my veins in my arms, green, blue etc. I have read on a lot of forums that under eye circles can be caused by dehydration, malnutrition, vitamin deficiencies, sleep deprivation, etc.
Avatar f tn For ladies with Allergies what are you taking or doing. Claritin just doesn't seem to be doing the job. I am a stuffy, sneezey mess with watery eyes half the time. And I need to function so Benadryl is not an option unless I am able to sleep all day.
Avatar m tn It could be allergies or, it can possibly be from lack of sleep as well.
Avatar f tn im 21 yrs. old and have had bags under my eyes forever, i don't believe in surgery on my eyes so what else can i do?
Avatar f tn What could this be a sign of? Is it normal for my eyes to get puffy from allergies? Please give me some ideas for narrowing down the cause.
Avatar f tn ve been feeling real tired for a long time now, and have usually been blaming it on my allergies. I have puffy cheeks, dark bags under the eyes, and have been chronically drowsy. This happens all year round and nothing changes. I usually get 8+ hours of sleep every night. Please help when you can.
535822 tn?1443976780 by Longevity Science. It is all natural and helps with dry eyes, allergies and even slows down the development of cataracts. You put two drops per day in each eye. The main ingredient is listed in the inactive ingredients due to the dang FDA ruling, but it works just the same, it is N-acetyl-carnosine. You can get it through Emerson Ecologics, the number is 1-800-654-4432. The cost is 34.95. My naturopath prescribed it for me. Here is the website for it. emersonecologics.com.
774736 tn?1311331385 The past week or so my eyes have gotten really veiny...They also tear up and drain when im sleeping...Just wondering if this could be a problem or just allergies, staring at a computer screen to long, not getting enough sleep etc...
Avatar m tn Yes lack of sleep can make eyes red. Allergies can make eyes red but not pain on awakening. Pink eye is not a disease its an inaccurate description of a eye color. Be sure you look up exposure keratitis and recurrent corneal erosions both more common in dry eyes.
Avatar m tn Are you getting any sleep? (because often times with anxiety sleep is hard to come by) Do you have any allergies? Does your anxiety cause you to get heachaches? This could cause eye irritation. It's not totally impossible for your eyes to be acting this way because of anxiety, but my guess is that it is not a direct result of your anxiety issues. Take Care!
Avatar f tn I have dark circles under my eyes and I seem not to get much sleep. My makeup also doesn't seem to cover it much. What are some good home treatments to lighten them up?
Avatar n tn It could be allergies, although an good eye doctor should be able to diagnose eye allergy symptoms. Did you see an opthamologist or an optometrist? An opthamologist is a medical doctor specializing in the eye. An optometrist only does vision testing for glasses. I find using contact saline solution as an eye wash and an antihistamine eye drop are very helpful. I like Zaditor for my eye drop and use an antique eye wash cup to wash my eyes twice daily. I hope that helps.
Avatar f tn Hi, Dark circles under the eyes are most often caused by allergies, illness, a lack of sleep, or heredity. If your dark circles are caused by heredity, you may find that they are almost impossible to completely eliminate. In the morning, wash your face with cold water to help blood vessels constrict. Then, apply an eye cream that contains Retinol and vitamin K. Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables to prevent the vitamin deficiencies that can affect your skin’s appearance.
Avatar n tn My son, was a just a bear, has allergies, was not getting sleep at night, asthmatic... difficulty paying attention in school, grumpy, periodic naps... then we had his tonsils and adnoids out, OMG what a difference, he was sleeping thru the night so he was better rested, which means his attention is better, and a LOT less moody. I just had a really good experience with it, I almost cried when I saw my son sleeping quietly with his mouth closed for the first time.
Avatar m tn I also have sleep apnea and use a CPAP machine to sleep at night. I need some help with my allergies, I am suffering with nasal drip on and off all day at work and at night at home. The last allergy tests I had they said I was allergic to mold, mildew and dust. When the humidity is high, I suffer the most. HELP!!!
Avatar m tn This is a common problem for people who sleep under fans, sleep with CPAP machines for sleep apnea, have dry eyes, have had eyelid surgery. The treatment is turn off the fan, humidify the bedroom and put a lubricating gel in both eyes at bedtime (e.g. Genteal gel, Refresh Liquigel, Refresh PM) On awakening put in a set of regular eye drops (e.g.
Avatar m tn Hi, Eye bags or puffy eyes can be due to a lot of factors such as allergies, certain medications, heredity or fluid retention from changes in weather or hormone levels. Getting enough sleep at night with your head slightly raised helps prevent fluids from accumulating around your eyes. Dark circles under the eyes may also be caused by prolonged exposure to sunlight, lack of sleep or fatigue, or aging.
Avatar n tn You could have some combination of a few different problems, possibly some degree of dry eyes. or allergies, or atopic conjunctivitis. Might also want to rule out thyroid disease. Lotemax is probably not something you want to be on long term since it is a moderately strong steroid. I suggest looking in to taking a daily multivitamin, adding a good amount of fish oil and flaxseed oil supplent, avoid lots of wind, dust, sunlight,ceiling fans, and dry hot air.
Avatar m tn Hello, Dark circles under the eyes can be caused by many things -but it usually indicates that your body is under stress from something. It can be caused by anemia, loss of sleep, allergies, malabsorption (intestinal problems causing low vitamin and mineral absorption), and liver conditions to name a few. The fact that you have other symptoms with it indicates the need for blood tests that look for signs of infections, intstinal parasites, liver problems, or nutritional deficiencies.
Avatar f tn healthy 15 year old girl with astigmatisam and wears contacts My eyes get really watery all of a sudden during the day and i get that eye booger stuff all the time even when im not asleep, my eyes get really red and irritated and i just don't know what to do. I sleep 8-9 hours at night and do my good excersice. i hate it because when im at school i can't see anything because of my watery eyes. People always ask me if im crying or something. What is wrong with me??
Avatar f tn Does pregnancy have an effect on your vision.. my eyes run lik crazy everyday..
Avatar n tn Then it can be conjunctivitis (bacterial, viral or fungal) It can also be due to Allergies, including seasonal allergies or hay fever or due to Chemical irritants (such as chlorine in a swimming pool or makeup) You should a apply cool compresses to soothe itching, apply warm soaks to soften crusts on the eyelids and lashes, then gently wipe the eyes with a soft gauze pad. Taking antihistamine eye drops and refrigerated artificial tears also help.
Avatar n tn I tryed getting 10 hours a night of sleep etc. Dont know what else to do. I have heard about allergies being a possible cause for it, i do have allergies and always a feeling of dry eyes but dont take anything for it (wouldnt know what to take to help) or also lack of water intake? If someone would give me a hand on what to do at this point. Should i try a certain cream to help deminish it? Take certain vitamins/ allergy meds. Someone please help cause i HATE the way they make me look.