What are Eye Allergies
No one looks forward to allergy season. Dry and itchy eyes can disrupt your work, school, and holiday schedule. Although they affect people differently, eye allergies can be pretty irritating.
What Causes Eye Allergies
Pollen, mold, dust, or pet dander can cause your eyes to become inflamed and itchy. Throw in weather and seasonal factors, and your eyes could be wishing for better days ahead.
What are the symptoms of eye allergies
When your eye area becomes inflamed, it can lead to other symptoms. The key is to remember these should be temporary. Eye swelling, tearing, stinging/burning, redness, and sometimes temporarily blurred vision are the most common symptoms with eye allergies.
Eye Allergy Solutions
The best defense is to try to avoid the allergens that cause your symptoms, but that’s not always possible. If you wear contacts, it may help to remove them and rinse your eyes with artificial tears if you are exposed to allergens. Some over-the-counter or prescription treatments may be an option. Talk to your eye care professional about the best treatment for your allergies.
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1JJV Data on File 2015. In market assessment with 1-DAY ACUVUE MOIST MULTIFOCAL, 5-10 days DW with new and existing soft CL wearers. UK 82 sites and 901 subjects; USA 152 sites and 1,092 subjects.