Allergy Eye Relief
Common signs of allergies include: red, swollen, tearing or itchy eyes; runny nose; sneezing; coughing; difficulty breathing; itchy nose, mouth or throat, and headache from sinus congestion.
Many allergens are in the air like pollen, mold, dust and pet dander. These airborne allergens can come in contact with your eyes and nose daily. Adverse reactions to certain cosmetics or drugs such as antibiotic eyedrops also may cause eye allergies.
Avoiding what causes your eye allergy is the most common treatment. Keeping your home free of dust and pet dander along with staying inside during high pollen days are just a few ways to avoid the allergens. Many over the counter eye drops are also available to assist when you can't avoid the allergens or are not sure what is causing your allergies.
For your convenience, Allergy Eye Drops are available in our office.
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