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Why are my eyes so itchy when I wake up?

The most common cause of morning eye irritation is dry eye. Dry eye is when your eyes either don’t produce enough tears, or your tears evaporate too quickly. In addition to burning, your eyes may be itchy, bloodshot, or swollen.

How do I stop my eyes from itching when I wake up?

These include:

  1. Warm compresses. Applying a warm compress to the eyes can help unclog oil-producing glands.
  2. Washing eyelids.
  3. Using a humidifier.
  4. Drinking water.
  5. The 20-20-20 rule.
  6. Wraparound sunglasses.
  7. Air filter.

What’s best for itchy eyes?

If you are dealing with a mild case of allergy-related itching, a cold cloth or compress over the eyes can help temporarily ease the discomfort. Artificial Tears. Frequent use of chilled over-the-counter, lubricating eye drops can relieve symptoms. Anti-allergy Eyedrops or Oral Medications.

How do you get rid of eye allergies naturally?

  1. RELATED: Allergy Symptoms and Diagnosis.
  2. Wash your face. Washing your face is one of the first things you should do to combat itchy, swollen eyes, says Ogbogu.
  3. Rinse out the eyes.
  4. Apply a cold compress.
  5. Try allergy eye drops.
  6. Take oral medications or get allergy shots.
  7. Stay indoors.
  8. RELATED: 10 Myths About Allergies.

Can Covid damage your eyes?

Perhaps the most devastating vision-related complication of severe COVID-19 infection is acute stroke affecting the parts of the brain that control vision. Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) due to COVID-19 has been reported which can lead to increased intracranial pressure and vision loss.

How do you get rid of itchy eyes naturally?

Cold compress A cold-water compress can relive the itch and have a soothing effect on your eyes. Simply take a clean cloth, soak it in cold water, and apply to closed itchy eyes, repeating as often as needed.

How can I hydrate my eyelids?

Home remedies for dry eyelids

  1. Add moisture to your environment, such as with a humidifier.
  2. Avoid exposure to hot water by taking cooler, shorter showers and baths, and by washing your face only once a day.
  3. Clean your face with soaps and facial cleansers that are fragrance-free and gentle on your skin.