Dr Lee appeared on TV on MediaCorp Channel 5 on 1st August 2017. He spoke about various symptoms of dry eyes, such as itch, redness, poking sensation in the eye and tension at the back…
Dr Jovina See shares tips on how to protect your child’s eyes from the haze.
Here’s an excerpt from the article:
The haze doesn’t just affect your lungs and nose, either. Dr Jovina See, clinical director at Shinagawa Eye Centre, explains that as airborne particles come in contact with the eyes, children may experience eye irritation in the form of grittiness (a sandy sensation), dryness, redness, itchiness or watery eyes. They may experience more mucous discharge, and intermittent blurring of vision as well, especially if they already have rhinitis, sinus problems or a history of conjunctivitis. Some kids may even get swollen eyelids.
If any of these symptoms happen, keep them indoors and use an air purifier. Lubricant eye drops may help but if the symptoms persist, see an ophthalmologist (eye doctor).