Watery Eyes: Frequently Asked Questions
This Watery Eyes FAQ is a listing of the most frequently asked questions about Watery Eyes. A great place to start getting answers to all your basic Watery Eyes questions.
Can Watery Eyes Be a Symptom of Dry Eye?
Yes. As odd as it sounds, many Dry Eye sufferers experience ‘wet eyes’ due to the tear glands overproducing watery or reflex tears to compensate for a lack of a balanced tear film. [ ]
How can I heal watery eyes and other eye problems?
Watery eyes is a rare complaint not covered in my Stay Healthy book. It can be caused by an eye infection blocking the tear drainage ducts. Spraying with Colloidal Silver every few hours for two or three days should heal the infection if that is the cause. Another reputed cure is to add Kelp powder to the diet. Kelp is rich in Iodine. I have also found that many of our customers appear to develop eye problems when they decide to stop drinking milk later in life. ...
Could "red and watery eyes" be a symptom of diseases other than those due to allergy?
"Red and watery" eyes particularly with light sensitivity may be due to sarcoidosis, autoimmune disease, or local eye inflammation or tumor.
I have a runny nose, watery eyes, and sneezing, am I allergic to the machine or mask?
If you have these symptoms you usually need more humidity to your nasal passage. A heated humidifier can take care of this problem. If you already have a humidifier you may need to increase the level of humidity on your machine. Check your instruction manual that you received with the equipment. It usually has instructions that will tell you how to change the level of heat. If you are new to CPAP/BIPAP, your body may be getting used to the machine. ...
2: Can Bakson's Aller Aid Plus be taken for symptoms like itchy and watery eyes, runny nose, sneezing & blockage of nose?
Allergy is the cause of all the above symptoms & the root cause of allergy is hereditary. Allergy manifests in various systems of the body such as the skin , respiratory, gastro-intestinal & musculo-skeletal systems.
● Do you suffer from allergies or have watery eyes?
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I am 18 weeks pregnant and have a cold... stuffy nose, sore throat, aches, sneezing, watery eyes. What can I take for the cold and what are some "home remedies" that I can try?
The use of a chest rub like mentholatum or eucalyptus should not pose a problem when used as directed. Email Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Next