Multi-use eye drops are harmful and prone to dry eye and hormonal glaucoma

Multi-use eye drops are harmful and prone to dry eye and hormonal glaucoma

One harm: susceptibility to dry eye.

Most of the eye drops contain preservatives, causing damage to the conjunctival diaphragm cells in the eye.

If the conjunctival phospholipid cells are damaged, people will suffer from dry eye, redness, dryness or pain in the eyes. The more eye drops the more dry and painful the eyes.

  Second Harm: Susceptibility to hormonal glaucoma.

There are many types of eye drops, such as antibiotics, antivirals, hormones, etc. Improper use will cause damage to people.

For example, if the hormone eye drops are used too much, people will unknowingly suffer from hormonal glaucoma, which will cause people’s eyesight to be reduced, and their vision and visual field will be damaged, and irreversible.

  Three harms: susceptible to allergies, bronchial discomfort, arrhythmia and other diseases.

Some eye drops, which contain β-receptor blockers, are a kind of medicine for curing diseases. If used by allergic people, they can cause bronchospasm and arrhythmia.