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Why Do I Get Sore Achy Eyes The Morning After Drinking
Sorta kinda: In low doses (1 standard drink=6 oz. 10% wine, 1 1/2 oz 40% distilled sprits=12 oz 6% beer) - 2 drinks/day for men, 1 drink/day for women and older men, and no more than 4 drinks on one occasion, alcohol may have a beneficial effect on raising the "good" cholesterol hdl. Red wines, with resveratrol, may have a slight edge, but so does red grape juice. Above that amount, it does more harm than good. ...Read more
Why would you have yellow coloring on the sides of your eyes the morning after drinking a bottle of wine in one night? Liver tests are normal.
May be unrelated: The description of yellow coloring on the sides of the eyes is commonly an entity called a pingueculum which is a raised, yellowish patch often on both eyes. These are often more prevalent with age and sun exposure as well as genetics. In general, don't rub the eyes & try using more artificial tears drops. If any symptoms occur or the shape worsens or changes, then best to see your eye doc. ...Read more
After I drink a bit of bourbon the night before, the next morning my eyes are so sore. Why is that?
Hi I recently had a lot to drink over a 2 day period after a family death on the second night I vomited quite bad, the morning after my eyes where bloodshot puffy and have a slight yellow tinge do you think I have done myself damage.
Condolences on loss: Sorry to hear of your loss & how that led you to being so depressed. My guess is that this is not your first time overindulging in this way. Yellow tinged eyes are usually not good things to see in someone your age who's been drinking. I believe you need to acquire help and a good physical checkup & other sorts of attention. Wanna talk about it? www.healthtap.com/drsaghafi Key Code: PDXFNR ...Read more
Avoid coffee: Obviously you are reacting to something in the coffee. You can change brands and see if that helps. If the symptoms persist, then try tea or some other beveridge. ...Read more
Day after i drink alcohol i wake up with crusty eyes and sore fingers. Could this allergy or intolerance? If so what's in booze to cause this?
Get slight blurry vision in eyes when waking in morning. After few rubs and blinks it becomes normal. Why does this happen?
Dried eye fluid: Could be that you inadvertently sleep with your eyes slightly open, causing fluid to dry. A few rubs and away it goes. I assume no further symptoms throughout the day, such as eye discharge, loss of vision, redness in the eye, etc? If those occur, then see a dr. To be evaluated for conjunctivitis. Sounds like it only occurs in the morning and can go away. ...Read more
Could be many things: There are many things this could be. You should discuss with your primary care physician. It is possible that this is something called periodic limb movement disorder which is a correlate to restless legs syndrome but can occur without RLS which is an irresistible urge to move the legs while awake. However, you might have poor circulation or neuropathy associated with your diabetes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Each morning I wake up and my eyes are swollen.. I've been drinking enough water and sleeping enough. What could be the cause? Please I'm so worried
Drinking on pill: It can, but in most cases, not likely. ...Read more
Cool soaks: Dark circles occur when the blood vessels beneath the skin show through in those that have thinner skin in this area. Allergies can make this worse. Use allergy meds as needed and try cool soaks to the area. You can probably make it better, but not get rid of these entirely. ...Read more
Interesting question: with tons of possible answers. If somethings affecting your wrist and u drink it could be a fluid issue from swelling or other foods it could be that when you drink pay less attention and aggravate it it hurts more the next day Who could be muscular and electrolyte based. The main issue is wrist pain and it sounds like that should be evaluated. Drinking alcohol may just highlight something. ...Read more
No it does not: It does not.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes: there should be no interaction or problem. ...Read more
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