The surface of the eyeball is equipped with a huge number of blood vessels. Under the influence of unfavorable factors or in the presence of serious diseases, the vessels dilate, the whites of the eyes turn red. To avoid serious complications, you need to consult an ophthalmologist and get a specialist's recommendation to eliminate redness of the eyes.
- - vasoconstrictor drops;
- - moisturizing drops;
- - antibacterial therapy;
- - multivitamins;
- - balanced diet.
Redness of the eyes can be caused by external factors, internal diseases, allergic reactions. In any case, it is necessary to find out the reason in order to carry out the therapy corresponding to the disease.
Often, redness is caused by excessive fatigue, prolonged work at the computer monitor, watching television while lying down, reading in low light. In this case, the treatment will be aimed at a rational approach to work and rest. The ophthalmologist may prescribe vasoconstrictor or moisturizing drops, which can only be used as directed by a doctor and in strictly recommended doses.
If eye redness is caused by an inflammation of the connective membrane, or conjunctivitis, you will be prescribed anti-inflammatory drops. In some cases, with extensive lesions, antibiotics are prescribed in the form of injections or for oral administration.
Often, redness of the eyes is caused by influenza, acute respiratory infections, ARVI. In this case, it is necessary to conduct therapy for the underlying disease. As you recover, the redness of the eyes will go away on its own, without the use of special drugs.
If your eyes are red due to allergic reactions, you will be referred to an allergist doctor for testing and finding out the cause of the allergy. It is necessary to eliminate the allergen, in addition you will be prescribed drugs that will remove or reduce the manifestations of an allergic reaction.
Dilated blood vessels with diabetes, the initial stage of glaucoma. These are serious diseases that should be treated as directed and under the supervision of a specialist after a thorough medical examination.
As a complementary treatment, take multivitamin complexes, eat rationally, include sour cream, vegetable oil, eggs, cod liver in the diet - these are foods rich in vitamin A, the lack of which negatively affects eye health.