Now That Spring is Here Seasonal Allergies Are Soon to Follow Says

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Spring = Eye Allergy Season

Spring = Eye Allergy Season

People that wear contact lenses, this issue is a little more severe as well as costly

Ever since the new year, has been on a mission to provide valuable information relating to eye care. Earlier this week published a blog post informing its visitors and customers about how spring is here and how this change of season can bring havoc to contact lens wearers. Last week, informed its visitors how the month of April is Women's Eye Health & Safety month to help create more awareness so that all women can at a bare minimum have their eyes checked and if not be more cautious of bad habits they may have developed.

Now that spring time is here, everyone can enjoy the outdoors a little more thanks to more hours of daylight along with warmer temperatures. Whether one finds themselves hiking, gardening or enjoying a nice bike ride, most will be affected by the change of season in an unpleasant way.

The down side to spring time is the rise in seasonal allergies. Seasonal eye allergies are largely due to the release of tree and flower pollen into the atmosphere and can cause a severe impact on everyday functioning for those that experience them. It is these types of allergies that cause the eyes to become red, itchy or watery. article stated, "How can you defend your eyes during pollen season? Well, the immediate answer would be to decrease contact with pollen which means staying indoors, particularly on days with a high pollen count. Keeping windows closed and wearing sunglasses may also help to protect your eyes from irritants in the atmosphere."

Now if someone is to become effected by these allergens, especially for people that do not wear contact lenses, this nuisance can be solved with over-the-counter re-wetting drop; this is sufficient to moisturize and relieve itchy eyes or red eyes and cleanse the eye of irritants. Medicines containing antihistamines, decongestants or mast cell stabilizers can alleviate irritation of the eyes and treat other symptoms such as cold-like symptoms. Eye drops often work better than pills or liquid medications to treat eye problems.

As for people that wear contact lenses, this issue is a little more severe as well as costly. It is believed that contact lens wearers suffer more during eye allergy season due to the fact that irritants are more likely to enter the eye and stick to the exterior of the lens, bringing irritation. This becomes even worse when oral antihistamines are taken which have a drying effect on the eyes. Those who wear contact lenses are advised to ensure their eyes are moist and replace lenses as directed. Many optometrists recommend switching to daily disposable contact lenses, since changing contact lenses daily greatly diminishes the chances of buildup and inflammation.

During the spring time, contact lens wearers also find themselves using more contact lens solution and/or wetting & cleaning drops to help prevent their lenses from becoming damaged.

A key point to remember for anyone is, don't rub your eyes. Doing so can only intensify the irritation. Because often, products that work to alleviate symptoms do require a prescription, if over-the-counter options do not help, recommends seeing an eye doctor.

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