avoid Margarine and other hydrogenated fats,Dairy products, especially hard cheeses,Saturated fats,Refined salt, table salt,Chlorinated water,Aspartame, MSG - Mono Sodium Glutamate and other food additives Sugar, cane sugar, corn syrup, chocolate and other foods containing similar concentrated sweeteners,Refined oils,Fried, smoked, grilled foods Soft drinks,Alcoholic drinks. To help cure:Drink plenty of water, steam-distilled if possible Fresh fruits, especially flavonoid-rich berries such as blueberries, blackberries and cherries,Foods rich in vitamins E and C, such as raw fruits and veggies Grains and legumes,Stevia,Essential fatty acids found in fish, nuts, and leafy vegetables,especially kale, spinach and mustard greens,Calcium, magnesium, Vitamin D,Flaxseed oil / Linseed oil,Spirulina algae,Barley grass,Olive oil
Some people believe that by chewing small bits of the allergy-causing plants our bodies get used to them. It is certainly true with sheep and cattle. Try chewing bits of rag weed over a few weeks. Don't ry with poison ivy.
My eyelids started itching and after some weeks became bright red and my eyeballs joined the lids in being very distressing. I couldn't get an eye doctor appointment right away but the triage nurse advised me start using Artificial Tears (not lubricating eye drops) and for the eyelids the hottest compress I could possibly stand. I didn't think much of that idea but I can assure I have found that to be so very comforting I would highly recommend it to anyone for comfort while waiting for a doctor appointment. I heat a wet cloth in the microwave for 20 to 30 seconds and if it is almost too hot to pickup and I find it doesn't take long and my eyes lids will not only tolerate it, they will thank me, and they have improved but I can't wait to see the doctor. In the meantime I'm going to copy VAMPSDESIRE nutritional advise and try to follow it, and also send it to my family and friends.
Find a homeopathic doctor in your area. They use all natural remedies. My family sees one where we're from and and my mother used to have sever allergies to all perfumes. Now she can walk through the fragrance isle in the store, and put it on with no issue. Research it for sure and see if it's something that you would be up for!
I too have allergy eyes at times---I---SMOOCHES grab my small clear spray bottle and some water to it--put the spray bottle with water inside into a freezer for about an hour or hour and 15minutes---once the water is very cold---clean your face---with on hand open the eye wide and spray the cold water in the eyes--wipe the eye and continue again---wipe the eyes again and rest and awit clearance....I hope this helps
It can be caused by rosacea, if you've had that. Try using lid scrubs to remove any dry flakes that accumulate on the eye lids. Prescription steroid drops can help. I've been told to wash eyelids with baby shampoo, but that irritates my eyes
You can be allergic to something in your environment which is then transferred to the mucous membranes of your eyes... especially if you rub or touch them. Keep hands clean and away from eyes. Use saline eye rinse as directed, it helps to clear the offending allergen. It may be such things as a dusty environment, sleeping with an old pillow, pets, old eye makeup or a new one which you are allergic to... start with when you first had this reaction and what you did that day that was different from your normal routine. That may be the cause...anything can be the culprit It takes some work but I hope that you soon find out what it is. Good Luck!!