How come I wake up with red watery eyes that burned?

Red eyes . There can be many reasons for red eyes. Among them are dryness, allergy, inflammation or infection. Try using over the counter lubricating drops first. If there is no improvement, see an eye doctor to have your eyes checked out.

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What are some at home remedies for burning and watery eyes?

Lid scrubs ; tears. For "simple" blepharitis ; or dry eye you can start with a dilute solution of baby shampoo ; wet wash cloth. With eyes closed, gently wipe eyelash line ; lid horizontally 5-6 times on both sides then rinse with warm water. J;j "no more tears" brand works great. Also, otc high quality tears like optive refresh ; systane ultra 3-4x/day also helpful. Read more...

I have had an allergic reaction. My symptoms are burning watery eyes and my vision was foggy, it was airborne. How serious is this? Concerns?

Allergy eye symptoms. Typically affect only the surfaces of your eyes and can be well controlled with eye drops. Unfortunately, as long as you are exposed to the allergen, you are going to continue having symptoms. Read more...

What can be done about burning, watery eyes and blurry/foggy vision?

See your doctor. Problems like these can only be correctly handled by your doctor in person. He/she needs to listen to you, perform an examination and possibly run labs or other tests. That's the only way he/she can find out what's going on and what to do about it. Read more...

My eyes may be dry. I spend a lot of time on the computer, and when I go outside, my eyes get sensitive. Heavy eyelids, watery eyes, redness. Help!

See an Eye MD. In your age group dry eyes are less common than blepharitis, a condition were the oil producing glands become inspissated their orifice closes possibly related to stress. Then the extra oil cause heavy eyelids, watery eyes and redness. Another possible reason can be uncorrected significant astigmatism. Please see an ophthalmologist for correct diagnosis first. Read more...
Yes. You describe classic symptoms of dry eyes. However, you need to determine if you have a quantity problem (not making enough tears) or a quality problem (making tears that are not stable and readily evaporate off the eye) or both. Your eye md can help make the correct diagnosis and offer the appropriate treatment. Read more...
Try artificial tears. This is a very common problem with heavy computer use. Artificial tears over the counter are very helpful. Stay away from generics and brands like visine and clear-eyes. Systane, refresh, genteal, theratears, and blink are all good brands. They are safely used 3 - 4 times per day. If your symptoms persist, see an ophthalmologist. Read more...

My eye's inner corner (lower part) started aching a lot, I have no sign of watery eyes or redness. Could this be a stye that is growing?

Not sure. Usually with the stye you have some swelling. You did not discuss your age and certain problems especially when we get older like increase I pressure or glaucoma can occur. Since you see nothing your next move would be to see an ophthalmologist to clarify the cause of the pain. Read more...

I have recently had twitching in my left eyelid and rubing my eyes with watery eyes redness too I also have twitching in my mouth cheek on the right?

Muscle spasms. Twitching or muscle spasms can be spontaneous or possibly related to fatigue or stress. Watery eyes and redness could be caused by allergy or irritation. Eyes and eyelids are sensitive and can react to chemicals/products on your hair, face, hands. Read more...

I have itchy and watery eyes plus running nose wt occassional redness of the eye and ithyness at d back of the throat. Cause and medication pls.

Allergies. Sounds like you are allergic to something in your environment. This time of year pollen allergies are very common. Avoiding exposure is ideal, but often impractical. Try daily use of otc antihistamines like claritin, zyrtec, Allegra (available generically) and use salt water (saline) nasal spray to clear the passages. If no better, ask your doctor. Good luck! Read more...