If, like many people, you suffer from an eye allergy (allergic conjunctivitis) you will know that it can be a frustrating and unpleasant experience.
As a direct result of your allergy, your eyes are probably feeling irritated. They may sting, you may experience excessive tearing, redness and swelling and you probably suffer from photophobia (light sensitivity).
Some allergens are seasonal, such as pollen and mould spores, but indoor allergens such as dust mites and pet dander can cause eye allergies year-round. They can be difficult to eradicate and are often aggravated...
Autumn brings a lot of clearing up jobs in the garden, from trimming shrubs to sweeping up leaves. The trouble is that your enjoyment of being out in the garden can be affected significantly if the weather is cold and windy.
While you can cover up with windproof clothing, your eyes often remain unprotected.
When they are constantly being battered by strong and gusty winds, your eyes can either feel dry and sore, or can water profusely.
Frequently in gusty weather, you can find that dust is blown about and it is easy to get a piece of grit in the eyes, which can cause...