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Allison leslie


Can allergies cause glassy eyes?

Is it possible to cause glassy eyes because of allergies? Can you tell me how ?
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  • Kimberly


    Yes, it is possible to cause glassy eyes because of allergies. When you have the allergies, you should take care of the protection of the eyes. If you get the glassy eyes, you should use some eye drops to get rid of the bacterium in the eyes. You could also eat more food with vitamin C to moisture the eyes. You could also use the medical care to treat your eyes.
  • Brandon cook


    Ok, I can see that you are suffering from glassy eyes which are quite ugly and impair our looks. So, glassy eyes would be derived from a lot of reasons, both physically and mentally, and allergies could indeed give rise to problems with our eyes. However, allergies would not lead to glassy eyes, it could only lead to watery eyes, red eyes, or photophobia. Maybe you should get your eyes examined in the hospital before taking further measures.
  • Christopher


    Yes, it is possible to get glassy eyes from allergies. Actually allergies, irritation and infections of eyes are on the list of causes to glassy eyes. Dryness of eye can make eyes lifeless, and glassy. Dry eyes are symptoms of eye allergies too. Besides conjunctivitis which is called pink eye too, is a main cause of glassy eyes, and at the same time, allergies can lead to conjunctivitis. If your glassy eyes are caused by allergies, it is not big serious problem for you to worry about. Allergic conjunctivitis could get well soon if you are away from allergen. You even don’t need any other treatment, it can heal up very soon. So does the glassy eyes triggered by allergies. If you still worry about it, or you think it is serious, you can go to doctor for help or try some medication such as topical or systemic antihistemamines which can be immediately effective, if you are quite sure that you have allergies. Hope you can get well soon.