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What are red eyes?
The area around your iris and pupil is also known as the whites of your eyes. When you suffer from red eyes, the whites of your eyes have a red color. In this case, both one eye and both eyes can be red. In addition to the red color, red eyes can also cause other complaints.
How do I recognize red eyes?
Red eyes are often accompanied by the following complaints:
The whites of the eyes are red
The eye itches, burns or tears
Mucus or pus formation
Sticky eyelids with scabs
What Causes Red Eyes?
Red eyes can have many different causes:
A speck in the eye
Inflammation of eyelid margins ( Blepharitis )
A bruise in the eye
Increased eye pressure ( Glaucoma )
Damage to the cornea
Wearing the wrong contact lenses
Smoking or being in a room with smoke
The use of alcohol or drugs
Looking at a screen for a long time
What can I do about red eyes?
Often red eyes are easy to prevent:
Rest your eyes regularly. Because we demand a lot from our eyes, it is important to use the 20-20-2 rule. This means that after 20 minutes of looking up close (for example on a screen), you have to look into the distance for 20 seconds. It is also important to spend 2 hours a day outside! This way your eyes can relax after a day full of screen stimuli.
Try not to rub your eyes too much, as this can cause additional irritation.
Get advice about the use of new contact lenses.
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