Dry eyes may be the subsequent symptom of pink eyes. Don't worry, you can get fully recover after the dry eyes.
Artificial tears are always needed, and you need to always keep your eyes clean.
Change the towel which you used in the pink eyes period, in case that the pink eyes coming back. Relax more to avoid the tiredness. Massage your eyes with essential oil can help your eyes get refresh. Cucumber slice can also be helpful.
Eye dryness is a very common condition that maybe everyone could experience it sometime or somewhere. It could be some lingering symptom of pink eye or just some syndrome which always bothering you. It is usually related to less tear production or excessive tear evaporation. There are some easy actions you could adopt to reduce the discomforts. First of all, drink enough water. 90% of human body is water. We need to drink 8 cups of water to provide for daily requirement. Without water, people can't survive more than one week. Drinking water is the most convenient but also most direct way to alleviate the dryness. Secondly, use a humidifier to add moist in to the air to reduce tear evaporation. If you need to go out, it is better to wear a pair of eyeglasses to protect your eyes from damages from wind. You can also get some artificial tear drops to lubricate eyes or apply some warm saline water compress on eyes, which is effective too. Take a light diet rich in vitamins, zinc, selenium and omega-3 fatty, which are very good for the health of eyes.
Pink eye can be healed easily, even there is no any treatment option that pink eye can be fine by itself in 4-7 days. Pink eye can cause some eye disorders indeed. Dry eye is one of eye disorders which caused by pink eye. To heal dry eye, you can drink some water and drop some basic eye drops to moist the surface of eyes.
Conjunctivitis is the inflammation of the mucus membrane lining (conjunctiva) of the eye. There can be many causes of conjunctivitis but usually it is a viral or bacterial infection. Because the conjunctiva is very important in the production of the tear film, any injury, even temporary like an infection, can impair the production of tears. Hence conjunctivitis can reduce tear production and cause dry eye. Fortunately this does not usually happen because there are a lot more cells that produce tears than needed so that most patients can have a number of bouts of conjunctivas without a resulting chronic dry eye. Chronic inflammatory diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, Lupus or graft versus host disease cause a chronic, persistent conjunctivitis, which is more likely to cause a chronic dry eye. In that way, you can use some artificial tear to cure it. Hope this helpful.