Dealing with Allergies and Dry Eyes

Allergy symptoms make many many of us miserable, with sneezing and a runny nose to itchy, red, swollen and watery eyes being just a few of the physical issues that will cause us to suffer. In some cases, those eye allergies can play a role in conjunctivitis, or pink eye, and other eye infections, too. No one wants to experience that kind of discomfort! Here at Classic Vision Care, we really do care about your vision and your eyes. Today we would like to share some tips on dealing with allergies, as well as another uncomfortable eye issue – dry eyes.

The most common allergens that can affect your eyes are pollen, mold, dust, and pet dander. It is not uncommon for some people to experience negative reactions to certain cosmetics or eye drops, and these can include artificial tears that are often used to treat dry eyes.

Some ways to get relief from allergic reactions you may be experiencing in your eyes can be:

Here are some suggestions for dealing with dry eyes:

Any time your eyes are affected, we know you are miserable, and here at Classic Vision Care we are always here to help with eye allergies, dry eyes, and any other concerns you may have about your eyesight and eye health.

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