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Can diabetes cause burning eyes?

Is it normal to suffer burning eyes because of diabetes? Or what can causes it?
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  • Heather Kirk


    Well, yes, it is possible to have burning eyes when you suffer diabetes. And according to some researches, there are some common symptoms which can occur, when you have diabetes. For example, eye floaters will be possible for diabetes sufferers. Also, burning eye is another one. By the way, in some cases, itchy eyes can be possible too. For burning eyes, you can just get a soft cloth with cool milk, and then put the cloth under your eyes. In that way, it will be effective. Also, you can have some cold compresses, and put some cool ice or cool cucumbers on your eyes. Of course, eating a diet rich in fresh fruits and vegetables which provide lots of antioxidants, especially vitamins A and C a will do a good job to your symptom. Anyway, just have a try.
  • Brooke peters


    Yes, it is normal to suffer burning eyes because of diabetes because of the side effects from this disease. Diabetic retinopathy is one of the serious complications of diabetes, which may lead to the blindness of the eyes. Diabetes can merge eye renal nerve cardiovascular tissue of chronic progressive lesions in diabetes. It affects the health of eyes. The early bends aqueous humor force increases which can cause eye refractive change, such as near vision far vision loss. It appears early aging with the progress of the course of the disease which can cause cataracts glaucoma iridocyclitis. The most severe and intractable is diabetic retinopathy. The light symptoms may be the burning eyes, dry eyes and so on which you need to pay attention to them and find ways to cure them to avoid the further problems at the eyes. You may use the eyes drops with anti-inflammation to get rid of bacterium and moisture the eyes.

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