BURNING EYES AND HEADACHE TREATMENT?
Burning eyes is a condition in which there is an irritation
in your eyes. You should treat eye problems quickly, so as to keep your vision
healthy throughout the whole life.
possible to treat burning eyes through diagnosis and by taking proper
WHAT ARE THE CAUSES OF BURNING EYES AND HEADACHE?
Let’s look after the causes of burning eyes:
Blepharitis is a common condition in which your
eyelids may appear red, swollen, feel like burning or sore.
It is caused
because bacteria accumulate on your eyelashes and form dandruff-like flakes
leading to the condition of burning eyes.
There might be an allergic reaction with your makeup which
further may result in your eyes burning.
1. You can use a warm compress which helps to loosen the flakes
sticking around your eyelashes.
2. Scrub your eyelids with baby shampoo.
3. You can use antibiotic ointment on your eyes after consulting your doctor.
4. Use steroid eye drops (consulting doctor only).
5. Maintain skin and eyelid hygiene.
Tears are good for our eyes to stay healthy. When
your eyes do not produce enough tears, it is called dry eyes.
The nerve endings
in your corneas are very sensitive, and if they’re irritated, you may
experience a burning sensation.
It is a common condition experienced in women
especially after menopause.
Scratchy or gritty feeling in eyes
Mucus strings around eyes
Burning Eyes Allergies:
Eye allergies occur quite commonly when the eyes react to
something that irritates them. It is also known as allergic conjunctivitis.
can experience significant burning, itching, and even sensitivity to light.
Causes of dry eyes may include pollens, dust, pet dander, mold, smoke, etc.
Red, swollen, itchy eyes
Sensitivity to light
Conjunctivitis (pink eye):
In this, there is swelling or
inflammation of the conjunctiva, the thin, transparent layer of tissue in your
There are different types of conjunctivitis such as allergic
conjunctivitis, infectious conjunctivitis, and chemical conjunctivitis.
Red burning eyelids
Treatment For Allergic conjunctivitis:
1. Remove irritants of the eye as soon as possible.
2. Use a cold compress.
3. Artificial tears could help to moisturize.
4. Use non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications (only when
prescribed by a doctor).
5. Steroid eye drops.
6. For Infectious conjunctivitis:
7. Use antibiotic eye drops or ointments.
8. Cool compresses are useful.
9. Topical steroid drops
10. For Chemical conjunctivitis:
11. Practice good hygiene
12. Wash your eyes frequently.
It is a condition in which your whole face
gets red. It’s cause is not known till now but it may be due to genetics. Ocular Rosacea can affect your cheeks, nose,
chin, forehead, and sometimes eyes also.
Doubt of having something in eyes
Treatments listed below should be taken after consulting the
Steroid eye drops
In this, there is growth in your eye’s conjunctiva
(i.e. the white part of your eye). In simple words, in this, the fleshy tissue
grows large enough to cover part of the cornea.
You can protect your eyes from
dust, UV rays by using sunglasses as well as by wearing goggles.
HOW DIAGNOSIS IS IMPORTANT?
After learning the symptoms and causes of burning eyes, you
should understand the importance of diagnosis of the same.
If the symptoms of it
are mild then you can go ahead by using home remedies such as compresses and
eye drops etc. But if the burning sensation doesn’t stop within a few hours
then you should immediately consult a doctor.
Sometimes the problem with burning eyes gets severe. It may
be because of chemical burn or sunburn to your eyes. You should also consider
other symptoms such as eye floaters, double vision blurry vision, eye
There are different treatments for different causes of
burning eyes. The doctor suggests treatments and medications depending upon the
You should see a doctor if you are experiencing worse
effects of burning eyes.
REMEDIES FOR BURNING EYES
1. You should rinse your eyelids as it helps to remove
allergens and irritants from your eye which further reduces inflammation and
2. Scrub your eyelids with baby shampoo and warm water. It
helps to unclog oil glands and to minimize inflammation.
3. Drink more and more water. It helps to reduce and prevent
burning, stinging, and redness from your eyes.
4. Close your eyes and apply a warm compress on it.
5. Give rest to your eyes. If you are after your laptops and
phones every time, step away from them for few times and give a break.
6. Make use of goggles and sunglasses if you step out of your
7. You should eat omega-3 fatty acids as they are a very good
source to prevent the burning of the eyes. Consult your doctor (for the
supplements) whether it is good for you or not.
8. Put the slices of cucumber on your eyes. It reduces
swelling, puffiness, burning even your dark circles (if you have).
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ):
Q1. How to overcome my eye-burning problems?
Ans: For overcoming your eye-burning problem you should first
understand the cause of it. Moreover, you should stop the excessive use of your
phones and laptops. While using laptops and phones you should not rub your eyes
with your fingers. Wash your eyes
regularly. Always keep your lights on whether it is day or night when you are
busy with your phone.
Q2. Can the burning of tears be temporary?
Ans: Burning of tears always does not mean that you may have several
eye diseases. Sometimes it may be temporary for e.g. when you cut onions your
eyes burn temporarily and gradually stops after it is stopped. So you should
not worry about that.
Q3. What is the solution for watery burning eyes?
Ans: You should get medical attention if your eyes are burning
severely for many hours. If it is mild
then you can spray rose water on your closed eyes to get relief. You should
remember the famous saying “Prevention is always better than Cure“. You should
take care of your eye nicely.
Q4. Why do my eyes burn when I’m tired?
Ans: There are many reasons which can make your eyes burn when
you are tired. Eye fatigue or eye strain is a common and annoying condition.
The symptoms include tired, itching, and burning eyes.
Any activity that requires intense use of the eyes — such
as extended amounts of driving or reading — can cause eye fatigue.
Eye fatigue is rarely a serious condition. Common sense
precautions at home, work, and outdoors may help prevent or reduce eye fatigue.
Q5. What are the itchy eyes home remedy?