Eye Allergy Treatment

Do-It-Yourself for Eye Allergy Relief
Wash your hands and maintain hygiene before and after touching your eyes. 

Whenever you go out, wear protective glasses or big sunglasses (wrap around the eyes) to block pollen and pollution from your eyes. 

Use special pillow covers to avoid exposure to dust mites that keep allergens out. Wash bedding frequently in hot water. If your mattress is very old, consider changing it.

Clean floors with damp mopping. If you have a pet at your home, rugs, and carpets should be cleaned every day if unable to clean than consider changing them, which usually trap and hold allergens, with wood, tile, or other flooring materials that are easier to clean.

Don’t touch and rub your eyes frequently. That’s likely to make symptoms worse. Use cool compression instead (avoid frequently in case of cold, cough, sinusitis and sneezing).

Best to consult with an eye doctor.

Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose (HPMC) or Carboxymethylcellulose (CMC) daily four to six times.
Sodium Cromoglycate 2% three times a day (4 % twice a day) or Olopatadine twice a day.

Keep your eye drops in the refrigerator door and eye drops may bring more relief.

*This is not for medico-legal purpose
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.