Having a strange object, such as an eyelash or a grain of sand, which has shifted in your eye or under your eyes can be one of the most annoying feelings of all ages. Below we look at different methods that a person can safely use to remove irritating debris, as well as to show what's not needed during the process.
1) Rinse with water
Use this method to clean water, such as mineral water or mineral water. If you do not have bottles or bottled water, you can also use tap water (as long as your tap water is well treated and filtered). The best method is to copy your hand and dive the water into the irritated eye. Usually this method works well and corrects the debris perfectly. If this method does not work, use a smoother method by filling a bowl of water and immersing the eye. The inevitable immersion of the eye under water will likely help to release the waste.
If the above procedure does not provide results, you can use saline as a possible solution. In contrast to the above method, the saline provides a little more pressure during the rinse operation, so that the foreign object can be removed and removed.
It is never required to keep an eye on strange bodies, especially to expel another body. However, if you cannot flush the waste, you can use this more aggressive approach. Once you've found the debris, use a Q-tip, cotton-woven wet with bottled water or filtered water, then try wiping debris. It is important to emphasize that the key to success here is a firm hand and extreme caution when applying pressure in the eye with the Q-Tip. If you are in doubt about the use of stable hands, as well as the ability to apply measured pressure in the eye, this method may not be a suitable option for you.
3) Use your finger
This method is probably the most popular for unwanted eye disorders. Place a finger on the affected eye-catcher and the location of the object is the first step. Then you can maneuver the debris to the corner of the eye. The last thing you want to do brings extra rubble or irritants into your eyes.
Easy to sleep can be the answer. Your eyes are naturally designed to release strange objects. It is possible that your eye will naturally remove irritation during sleep.
4) Consult a doctor
If none of the above solutions do not work or if your eye is incredibly irritating, the safest and safest option is to see an ophthalmologist.
If you have debris in your eyes like an eye, it's important not to do the following:
-) DO NOT use tweezers
Tweezers are sharp pointed objects that can actually cause more damage to your eye. You should not use sharp, sharp or sharp objects in your eyes.
-) Do not rub their eyes excessively
Although it rubs a reflex around your eyes, it can cause additional irritation as the pressure on the debris in the eyes. The rubble can scratch the eye when it is moved through the rubber, which may damage the eye tissue.
Safe disposal of waste from the eye is an important action. This can help prevent further damage and reduce eye irritation.