How To Get Rid Of Pink Eyes
Best Natural Home Remedies And Conjunctivitis Treatment Easy Relief Step
Step 1: Using apple cider vinegar
Add 1 spoonful of fresh, unfiltered apple cider vinegar to 1 cup of warm water.
Wipe away your eyes 3 times a day with this mixture.
Step 2: Using a poultice of herbal tea
Place a black / green / chamomile tea bag in 1 cup of hot water.
After letting it steep for around 3 min, remove the tea bag.
Let the tea bag cool down a little. Position it 15 min, 3-4 times a day over the affected eye
Step 3: Using sea salt
Put 1 spoonful of sea salt.
Pour 1 cup of tea, freshly boiled.
Mix until the salt dissolves.
Wipe the eyes 2-3 times a day with the saline solution.
Here are a couple more treatments for getting rid of pink eyes. To help you deal with pink eye signs and symptoms before it goes away, try:
- Add a compress to your eyes – soak a clean, lint-free cloth in water and wring it out before applying it gently to your closed eyelid. A cold water compress would usually feel the most relaxing, but if that feels better to you, you can also use a warm compress. If pink eye just affects one eye, with the same fabric, do not contact both eyes. Which reduces the risk of pink eye spreading from one eye to the other.
- Try eyedrops – eye drops or artificial tears over-the-counter will alleviate symptoms. Many eye drops contain antihistamines or other medications that may be of help to people with allergic conjunctivitis.
- Stop wearing contact lenses – You will need to avoid wearing contact lenses before your eyes feel better. How long you will need to go without contact lenses depends on how your conjunctivitis is doing. Ask your doctor if your disposable lenses, as well as your cleaning solution and lens case should be thrown away. If your lenses are not removable, thoroughly clean them before reuse.
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