Meanwhile, allergies can also trigger bloodshot eyes which can be one of the symptoms. Vision Express experts say: “Irritants like pollen, dust, perfume, smoke, and mould are usually responsible for aggravating our eyes and causing them to become bloodshot.”
Although irritants may not be a problem, dryness could.
During the winter, eyes can become strained by the cold dry air. The vision health provider says: “When eyes are deprived of natural moisture (both moisture from the air and moisture from the body’s hydration), eyes tend to tear up.
“This is because they are lacking in lubricant that our eyes need to see clearly. Blood vessels and membranes in the eyes can stretch apart, resulting in mild or intense eye pain, redness, corneal ulcers, and in extreme cases, even loss of vision.”
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