MoonDragon's Health & Wellness
MUCUS IN THE EYES
Eye Disorders & Problems
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about options that may be available for your specific situation.
EYE MUCUS DESCRIPTION
Eye mucus is your body's own mechanism for protecting the eye from damage caused by infections and irritants.
EYE MUCUS FREQUENT SIGNS & SYMPTOMS
Mucus may be clear, white or yellow. May appear stringy or goopy. Dry mucus accumulating around eyelashes and edges of eyelids. Eyelids may stick together during sleep. Itchy eyes. Redness. Allergic reactions, such as sneezing. Puffy eyes. Swelling of tissues around the eye. Watery or tearing eyes.
EYE MUCUS CAUSES
A number of different conditions can cause mucus to accumulate in the eyes, such as:
Allergies. Head colds. Infections (conjunctivitis) caused by a variety of bacterial and viral micro-organisms. Dry eye, blepharitis, & contact lenses can contribute to mucus forming in the eyes. Eye injuries. Eye irritants such as fumes, smoke, wind, and dry air. Contact lens solution (especially those that contain preservatives). Chlorine from swimming pools and other chemicals. Air pollution. Cosmetics and make-up. Countless other foreign substances can also contribute to eye irritation and the formation of eye mucus.
EYE MUCUS DIAGNOSIS
Obtaining an accurate diagnosis will help with treatment options. You should contact your health care provider or eye specialist to have your inflammation evaluated. Some conditions are often under-diagnosed or misdiagnosed.
Note the color of the mucus. Is it clear, white, or yellow, frequency of occurrence, other symptoms that may accompany the mucus (itchy eyes, redness, sneezing). This will help in evaluating your cause.
EYE MUCUS TREATMENT
Be aware of your hygiene. Do not rub your eyes with dirty hands or tissues. You may introduce infectious or irritating substances into your eyes. Always wash your hands carefully before touching your eyes and use clean tissues, gauze or cotton balls to apply washes or to remove mucus. Do not go probing into your eyes with your fingers or Q-tips as this can cause damage to the eyes and may make matters worse.
You may be given medication, such as an antibiotic or antihistamine to treat your condition, depending on the cause.
Eye washes, eye drops and ointments and eyelid scrubs are often used as a treatment.
- Pink eye associated with hay fever can be treated with drops containing steroids, which must be obtained from your health care provider, and used under his or her supervision.
- A bacterial infection is typically treated with antibiotics if the eye does not heal within 4 days of home supplemental use.
Gently and carefully wash each eye with diluted alcohol-free Goldenseal extract or cool tea. Caution: Do not use goldenseal during pregnancy, and use it with caution if you are allergic to ragweed.
Eyebright is an attractive weed that grows in fields and meadow areas of most temperate climate regions of the world. Eyebright is a parasitic plant that must attach its roots to the roots of other plants in order to survive. Nearly all of the eyebright sold on the market is produced in Europe. Eyebright produces violet-like, white, light red, or purple flowers, often with purple lines or yellow dots on them. High demand and harvesting of this herb has made eyebright an endangered species in some regions of the world. Eyebright has been used to treat respiratory conditions including bronchitis, allergies, colds, and sinusitis. Eyebright contains astringent compounds known as tannins that may help to tighten the top layers of mucous membranes, thereby reducing mucus secretion, which in turn relieves irritation and improves tissue firmness. In its oral form eyebright has been used to treat respiratory conditions including bronchitis, allergies, colds, and sinusitis. Eyebright contains astringent compounds known as tannins that may help to tighten the top layers of mucous membranes reducing mucus secretion, which in turn relieves irritation and improves tissue firmness. Consequently, many believe that eyebright can help relieve the numerous symptoms associated with allergies. Eyebright also contains many chemicals, including caffeic acid, which may have antibacterial effects. Eyebright has also been used as an eye wash for treating a number of different eye conditions. The chemical substance, tannins, that is produced by eyebright has been used to reduce eye inflammation as well as to create a protective covering over the surface of the eye. For use orally, eyebright is commonly prepared as a tea. Usually, 2,000 mg to 4,000 mg of dried eyebright herb is added to about 5 ounces of boiling water and allowed to soak for approximately 10 minutes. The solid particles remaining are then strained out of the tea in preparation for drinking. Eyebright is also available as capsules and extracts that come in different strengths based on the desired effect. Always make sure to follow the instructions on the package you purchase.
MOONDRAGON'S EYEWASH RECIPE
A MoonDragon recipe for an eye wash (which has been used as a newborn eye treatment in place of dangerous drugs, such as silver nitrate). It consists of a strong tea made from Echinacea, Goldenseal and Eyebright. The herbs can be chopped fine or ground prior to use using a hand held coffee grinder.
2 tablespoons Echinacea Root, ground or finely chopped
2 tablespoons Goldenseal Root, ground or finely chopped
2 tablespoons Eyebright Herb, finely chopped
2 cups boiling water (enough to fill a pint sized jar)
Add ingredients to the jar and pour the hot water over the herbs. Cover jar with a lid to seal the opening. Allow to steep for at least 30 to 45 minutes until the water turns a nice rich color. Shake periodically to mix solution and herbs. Strain out the herbs, pressing the fluid from them. You can use a coffee filter to remove herbal particles. Use only the clear tea-colored solution for the wash.
It can be made and put into the refrigerator for storage in a closed jar (I use a pint sized canning jar for the solution. It can be kept for several days if refrigerated.
Using a sterile gauze pad or cotton ball, dip the gauze in the solution and gently wash the eyes from the inside corner (by the nose) to the outside of the eye in one swipe. Discard the gauze and use a fresh one to repeat the procedure. Do not reuse the same gauze or cotton ball to do a second swipe. If there is infection present, reusing the gauze can reintroduce the infectious material into eyes. Use solution 3 or more times daily as an eye wash.
OTHER HELPFUL TREATMENTS
If the eyelids are swollen, try a peeled and grated fresh Potato, wrap it with gauze, and place it over the eyes. It acts as an astringent and has a healing effect.
To make a good all-purpose eye wash, dissolve 1/2 teaspoons Aloe Powder and 1 teaspoon Boric Acid in 1 cup of water.
HERBAL BORIC ACID EYEWASH RECIPE
Another eye wash you can use is made by steeping:
1 teaspoon Goldenseal
1/2 teaspoon Myrrh
2 heaping teaspoons of Boric Acid
Combine ingredients in 1 pint boiling water. Steep. Add 1 teaspoon of the infusion to 1/2 cup water and use. Using a sterile gauze pad or cotton ball, dip the gauze in the solution and gently wash the eyes from the inside corner (by the nose) to the outside of the eye in one swipe. Discard the gauze and use a fresh one to repeat the procedure. Do not reuse the same gauze or cotton ball to do a second swipe. If there is infection present, reusing the gauze can reintroduce the infectious material into eyes. Use solution 3 or more times daily as an eye wash.
Use warm wet compresses before you go to sleep and when you wake up or anytime your eyes are feeling irritated.
If you have eye mucus related to allergies, the mucus production is a good thing it traps the allergen and it reduces the irritation. Is your body's defense. It is annoying but, keep your eyes clean and makes sure the tissue you use is clean every time. Good hand washing before and after will help reduce the amount of bacteria you introduce to your eyes every time you clean them.
Try using a humidifier to help reduce dry eyes and mucus production.
You can try using eyelid scrubs to keep the area clean.
Use warm saline (salt water) to wash your eyes.
MoonDragon's Health & Wellness Therapy: Making Saline Solution For Various Applications
If you wear contact lenses, you need to be careful about medications you use in your eyes. Not all eye drops are meant to be used while wearing contacts. If your eyes are irritated, you may need to remove your lenses for treatment and eye irritation relief. Be sure you clean your lenses well, disinfecting them before putting them back into your eyes or purchase new ones. Do not put the lenses into your mouth and use your saliva as a wetting solution before putting them into your eyes. Use only a saline solution specifically made for contact lenses to wash and care for your lenses. if you are sensitive to chemicals, get one that is made for sensitive eyes without the preservatives. Protein buildup on contacts can produce eye irritation. Contacts can also cause dry eye symptoms as well.
If you experience eye exposure to chemicals, blood, or other infectious substance or you experience irritation by getting something in your eye (like dust), do not rub your eyes as this may result in damage to the eye. Instead, try flushing the eyes using running water over your eyes to remove it. This can be done in a shower, an eye wash station at work, or You can stick your face right under a running faucet of water and let the water run over your eyes as a wash for at least 15 minutes. Open your eyes and let the water wash over the eye, pulling the eye lid up and away from the eyeball as the water flows over it. If this does not wash it away, cover both eyes with clean gauze pads, bandage and have someone take you to see your eye specialist or emergency room right away. Foreign objects (such as splinters and fragments of wood, glass or metal) need to be removed professionally to prevent further damage to the eye and surrounding tissues.
If you experience eye irritation, take out your contacts and wash your eyes with baby shampoo and water using a soft clean wash cloth. Rinse well until the mucus and irritant is completely gone. Do not wear your contacts and continue treatment until your eyes heal. If after a few days of baby shampoo eye washes you see no improvement, as far as drainage goes, then go see your health care provider. Usually this cleaning and thoroughly cleaning the contacts combined with good handwashing techniques, may relieve your condition.
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Homeopathic Remedies For Eye Herbs That Reduce Eye Discomforts
Unless otherwise specified, the following recommended doses are for adults over the age of 18. For children between the ages of 12 and 17, reduce the dose to 3/4 the recommended amount. For children between the ages of 6 and 12 years old, reduce the dose to 1/2 the recommended amount. For children under 6 years old, use 1/4 the recommended amount.
NUTRIENTS Supplement Suggested Dosage Comments Essential Vitamin A 25,000 IU daily. If you are pregnant, do not exceed 10,000 IU daily. Promotes healthy skin and hair. Plus
& Carotene Complex
As directed on label. Needed for all eye disorders. Plus
As directed on label. Lutein is an antioxidant that can help protect the retina from harmful ultraviolet (UV) light and free radical damage. Needed for all eye disorders. And
As directed on label. Antioxidant needed for all eye disorders. Vitamin B-Complex 50 to 100 mg daily. The B-Vitamins help prevent loss of eyelashes, offers nerve support, and stress management. B-vitamins work best when taken together. Plus
50 mg daily. Important for intracellular eye metabolism. Plus Extra
50 mg daily. Deficiency has been linked to cataracts. Plus Extra
As directed on label. Important for eye health. Niacin improves circulation by relaxing arteries and veins, increasing blood flow. Caution: Do not take niacin if you have a liver disorder, gout, or high blood pressure. Plus
2 tablespoons daily. An excellent source of protein and a good source of B-Vitamins.
NOTIFY YOUR HEALTH CARE PROVIDER
If you or a family member (such as a child) is having problems distinguishing colors or find colors confusing. This member may need to be tested for color blindness.
If you or a family member are having problems with vision and/or you suspect an infection. Call your health care provider immediately if you experience severe eye pain or a sudden change in your vision, such as loss of vision or double vision.
If you have any increase of symptoms. You may need frequent changes in your eyeglass prescription. If you have blurred or double vision that develops slowly; are having a problem seeing because of daytime glare or have difficulty driving at night because of glare from headlights, you need to see your health care provider.
If you have any unexpected or unusual symptoms. There may be underlying health issues that need to be addressed.
If you are having vision problems that are affecting your ability to perform daily activities.
Call your child's health care provider if your baby does not look directly at or respond readily to faces or large, colorful objects by age 2 to 3 months or if your child scowls, squints, or shields his or her eyes more than expected when in sunlight, or light seems to hurt your child's eyes.
You and your family members should have your eyesight checked regularly by your health care provider to rule out any problems and to receive a prescription for contacts or eyeglasses, if they are needed. Preserve you vision. It is very important.
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