Why do the eyes rot after the bath: causes and treatment
Let's see why the eyes fester after the bath. First of all, we note that the allocation of the eyeball is a natural process that helps the eye to get rid of the dust, dirt, harmful microorganisms that get into it, etc. Bath procedures activate all natural processes in the human body, including secretions from the eyes. Periodically, they can appear and particles of pus. If they occur in small numbers, then you should not worry - this is a normal reaction. However, people quite often face the fact that after visiting the steam room, the eyes fester. Than to treat?
First let's find out what the cause of this phenomenon may be.
Causes of eyes fainting after bath
I must say that for the bulk of people visiting the bath and hot steam room - the phenomenon is not so usual. In fact, for the body this is a stress factor, as a result of which it enhances metabolic processes, immune system reactions, etc. The body after these procedures intensively gets rid of toxins, toxins, excess fluid. Skin and m
But at times at purulent discharges in this case there are also more serious reasons. For example, it can be an inflammatory disease of the eye - keratitis, conjunctivitis or blepharitis. In the same way, the allergy can affect, for example, on evaporation from essential oils or brooms. Do not recommend long bath procedures and a strong effect of heat and for those who recently suffered a thermal burn of the cornea - this, too, can result in abundant purulent discharge.
In addition, suppuration of the eyes can provoke and low humidity in the bath room( dry bath).
What should I do if the eyes fester after the bath?
Why the eyes are festering after the bath is now clear. But what to do?
If the amount of pus is insignificant and does not bring uncomfortable sensations, then no special help is required, this condition will be resolved in one or two days. But sometimes purulent discharge is abundant and causes great discomfort. In this case, it is better to immediately consult an ophthalmologist. It is he who must diagnose this pathology and prescribe the appropriate treatment.
However, quite often people do not have the opportunity to immediately get an appointment with a given doctor, so it is important to know what primary care can be provided on their own. Especially if the worsening of the situation progresses, because this can lead to a different severity of the disease, up to blindness.
How effective is "Furacilin" for eyewash?
So, the following procedures will help you get rid of pus in the eyes or reduce its amount until you get a doctor:
- Wash your eyes with warm boiled( not raw) water.
- For each eye it is necessary to use a separate cotton swab.
- To properly wash the eye, the movement of the wetted tampon should be directed from the outer corner of the eye to the inner corner( near the bridge of the nose).
- It is appropriate to use for washing "Furacilin", as well as decoctions of medicinal herbs such as chamomile, calendula, or strong black tea.
How much does "Furacilin" cost? Its price is small, so anyone can buy it. In tablets - from 40-80 rubles., The solution costs about 110 rubles.
If the discharge of pus from the eyes after visiting the bath is accompanied by such unpleasant symptoms as itching, rubbing, pain, redness, then the ophthalmologist should be treated urgently. He finds out the cause of this pathology and prescribes medications depending on the situation.
For example, if after a bath eyes are ache and suppurate and a bacterial infection is found, then the main treatment will be antibiotics such as "Albucid", "Floscal" or "Levomycetin".If the infection is viral, then no special therapy is prescribed, and it will be necessary to fight with unpleasant symptoms accompanying it. For this, the patient will have to take such steroid drugs as "Ophthalmoferon" or "Aktipol".
In case of an allergic cause of ocular hypertension, the patient should first of all be rid of contact with the allergen. Sometimes he is assigned "artificial tear", cold compresses, and with prolonged reaction and antihistamines such as "Allergodil", "Opatolol".
How much is "Furacilin", we indicated above.
Prevention of eye decay after bath
Avoiding serious purulent discharge in the eyes after visiting the sauna will help to observe the following simple recommendations:
- it is necessary to keep the bathroom clean, do not pick up dust during cleaning or get rid of it, because the dust that settles on the stones, will rise in the air during the soaring process;
- carefully and carefully select essential oils or other cosmetics for the bath, especially if there is a predisposition to allergic reactions;
- instill in the eyeballs antihistamine drops in front of the bath;
- use only personal hygiene products during the bath procedure;
- periodically use "Furacilin" to wash the eyes.
Folk recipes for getting rid of pus in the eyes after visiting the sauna
To ease your condition before you can get to the ophthalmologist, you can apply and folk recipes - infusions of chamomile, calendula, aloe juice or honey diluted in water.
Chamomile infusion is prepared as follows: three tablespoons of the ground plant should be filled with a glass of boiling water, and then insist at least an hour. After doing the lotions for ten to fifteen minutes.
When preparing calendula infusions, you need to take three tablespoons of the crushed plant, which must be filled with boiling water and infused for an hour. Then this liquid must be diluted with boiled water in a ratio of 1:10.Gadgets are done in the same way as in the case of chamomile infusion.
Before applying the lotions on eyes, they must be washed as described earlier in the article.
We examined why the eyes fester after the bath and how to treat it.