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Itching Eyes Information and Treatment

Itching Eyes is a common symptom in case of persons who are allergic to pollen, dust etc. People who suffer from Hay fever are the most likely candidates.

Generally these two conditions are seasonal. Springis the one season, a person's Hay fever acts up leading to many an uncomfortable day. Eye burning with disharge is a symptom describing burning, itching, or drainage from the eye of any substance other than tears.

Sometimes burning and itching eyes are due to environmental pollutants that might be eliminated by social action. If secondhand cigarette smoke is annoying, say so. If an industrial plant in the area is polluting, contact the EPA for solutions. Again, environmental pollution in urban areas leaves around the year a trail of misery. Other causes of itching eyes are a contaminated contact lens or working long hours at a computer.

Common Causes of Itching Eyes

Allergies, including seasonal allergies or hay fever

Conjunctivitis or pink eye (a viral infection of the eye surface)

Irritants in the air (cigarette smoke or smog)

Chemical irritants

Bacterial infections

Clinical Features of Itching Eyes

1. Constant watering of the eyes.
2. Itching is ever present.
3. Redness of the eyes.
4. Light sensitivity.
5. Non stop sneezing, running nose.
6. Feeling of exhaustion and fatigue.

Prevention Tips for Itching Eyes

1. Anti itch pill. However, one has to be careful about driving after that due to a mild sedative effect of the drug.

2. Wash eyes as frequently as possible.

3. Use of a soft cloth heated with an electric iron and place it over the eyes. This will ease the redness and puffiness of the eyes as also the itching.

4. Use glasses instead of contact lenses.

5. Use nasal filters or a filter mask when exposure to an allergen is likely.

6. Identify the allergen and there after avoid it.

7. During the season of pollens keep windows shut to create a pollen free environment

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