Pink Eye Gone In Two Days
You know when your eye feels like it has a grain of sand in it & when you rub it, it is all over.
Generally when this happens I would make sure I had washed my hands as not to introduce more dirt and hope that it cools down. That is how most people deal with this. Not anymore.
Now I take a cotton ball and pour Precious Waters directly onto the cotton ball (not to much)
Then I roll my head back and squeeze a few drops of natures antibiotic Precious Water and try not to rub it anymore, My symptoms cease and in a few days my eye is clean and doesn’t itch. It really works great. Here is the “text-book” definition of Pink Eye.
“Pink eye” — It’s a term that may sound scary, but this common eye problem typically is easily treated and, with a few simple precautions, can often be avoided.
Anyone can get pink eye, but preschoolers, schoolchildren, college students, teachers and daycare workers are particularly at risk for the contagious types of pink eye due to their close proximity with others in the classroom.
Here are the essentials about pink eye (conjunctivitis) that you should know:
What Is Pink Eye?
Pink eye — also called conjunctivitis — is inflammation of the thin, clear covering of the white of the eye and the inside of the eyelids (conjunctiva).
Although the conjunctiva is transparent, it contains blood vessels that overlay the sclera of the eye.
Anything that triggers inflammation will cause these conjunctival blood vessels to dilate. This is what causes red, bloodshot eyes.
Conjunctivitis can have several causes (see below), but many eye doctors use the term “pink eye” to refer only to viral conjunctivitis, a highly contagious infection caused by a variety of viruses.