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eddy


12/05/2012

can seasonal allergies cause dry eyes?

I often feel dry eyes in recent days. My mother said it may be caused by seasonal allergies. Is that true?
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  • walksonfloors

    12/05/2012

    According to what you said, I can see that maybe you suffer pains from seasonal allergies. So, as a matter of fact, there are indeed some kinds of seasonal allergies that disappear in other seasons. It would appear according to different temperature or humidity or something. Based on this point, what you should do is to make some preparations to deal with seasonal allergies, such as taking in some anti-allergic pills and take more physical exercises. Good luck.
  • eddy

    12/05/2012

    Your dry eyes may be caused by the seasonal allergies. You could go to the hospital to have a check on the eyes. The temperature difference in every climate transformation is happened between the big or warm wet season. Many people often have skin allergy phenomenon due to various environmental factors, the air distribution of bacterial spores and pollen sensitizer which will release a large number of almost all the compound histamine of organizations in the human body. All the above can cause congestion, sneezing, runny nose, throat itching, eyelid phenomenon and so on. Some people may even get the swelling phenomenon in the skin all over the body. The eyes will feel dry which may even become red. You could use the eye drops to release the symptom. In addition, you could eat more vegetables to add the vitamin C to moisture the eyes.
  • Saarah

    12/06/2012

    Yes, it is true. As far as I know, the biggest symptom of dry eyes caused by seasonal allergies is having an eye that feels scratchy or sandy, but it can sometimes lead to more tearing, followed by more dryness. Besides dry eyes, seasonal allergies can be the cause of itchy eyes and eye infection.
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