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Haze Affects Our Eyes Too

Haze Affects Our Eyes Too

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When haze season arrives, our first concern is usually its effects on our respiratory system. However, haze can also affect eye health.

Negative impacts of haze on eye health:

  • Makes eyes more susceptible to infections
  • May cause eye irritation
  • May cause dry eyes
  • May trigger allergies
  • May cause contact lens wearers discomfort (itchiness, redness, dryness)


What you can do to protect your eyes from the haze:

  • If your eyes feel irritated, do not rub your eyes vigorously or excessively
  • Do not use tap water to rinse your eyes. Although clean enough to drink, tap water still contains microorganisms that can cause eye infections.
  • Apply lubricating eye drops (may be purchased from most pharmacies or eye clinics). These eye drops help to alleviate symptoms and act as a protective barrier (similar to a mask)..
  • If lubricating eye drops do not work, and you are experiencing persistent and worsening symptoms, consult an eye specialist.

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