8 thoughts on “ Smoke Burn -- Eyes So Sore ”

  1. Puffy eyelids, Sore or burning eyes, Swelling and Tenderness to touch. WebMD Symptom Checker helps you find the most common medical conditions indicated by the symptoms puffy eyelids, sore or burning eyes, swelling and tenderness to touch including Hay fever, Allergic reaction, and Eye allergies.
  2. So when I woke up with red, sore eyes for a third time in 6 months, I decided it was time to make an appointment with my eye doctor, and she confirmed what I was experiencing was not, in fact, pink eye. She explained that my symptoms pointed to dry eye syndrome, and that the periodic irritation I had been experiencing was likely due to me.
  3. As you know, smoke contains many pollutants that may cause severe irritation to the eyes and cause them to burn. The best way to prevent your eyes from burning is to keep away from your boy friend while he is smoking. If this method is not available, these methods below may help relive your eye burning from smoke.
  4. Seeing an optometrist who can examine your eyes and determine the cause of your burning eyes is the key to receiving an accurate diagnosis and effective treatment. Your optometrist may find that your tear glands are clogged and should be cleaned with Blephex or Lipiflow, in which case you should see a change in your eyes within a few days.
  5. Aug 10,  · As smoke from the California wildfires spreads across the country, people are feeling the effects in their eyes, even those who live miles away from the hotspots. People who already suffer from eye conditions such as dry eye, blepharitis, or allergic conjunctivitis are especially susceptible to the burning and stinging eye pain that smoke can.
  6. It has gotten so bad at times, that my eyes feel like they are "burning" because of smoke sensation. Of course, there is no real smoke present nor anywhere around me, but it truly feels like I'm sitting in a room filled with smoke, enough to think that I will have watery eyes any second.
  7. Mar 23,  · It even starts to burn behind my eyes. It lasts way past the high, so I KNOW this is not normal. Thing is, I have the same feeling , but not as intense. The pressure is there, but not great enough to cause pain. When I get high, it's like I lose control of my eye pressure, and my eyes sink back into my head, causing pain.
  8. Burning eyes can have several possible causes, ranging from the simple to the complex, and the burning sensation can occur with or without other symptoms such as itching, eye pain, watery eyes.

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