My eyes/tear ducts sting?

Whenever my eyes get teary from being tired or crying or anything, my eyes start to sting a LOT. My eyes do not sting and then grasp watery. They get watery and later sting. Also, whenever I get the slightest amount of water (with no soap) in them when I'm taking a shower or something, they sting like peas in a pod way. I don't wear makeup and my eyes are not inflamed. They do get slightly red, and lately I have realize that my vision has not been as correct as before; it is slightly blurry, but not blurry enough to affect my life drastically. Does anyone know what this is? I have been going on for a few months now. (I never have have allergies to anything that I know of)
Answers:
Water and crying can diminish your tear film causing your eyes to sting. Try not to use eye drops for this problem, the gluey drops can cause further harm.

Try using a product called Natures Tears EyeMist. It's an adjectives natural mist for dry, irritated eyes that is so fine it will actually engage into the tear film and replenish lost moisture. It is very unproblematic, refreshing, and convenient, and you can use it as often as you would like.

Good luck!

If you are interested in the EyeMist, I know you can find it at CVS pharmacies, but I return with it off of Amazon. Source(s): www.naturestears.com
this might be eye allergies and you can get prescription drops fro them like elestat, thats what they give me you should get it checked, hope i helped! Source(s): happened to me


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