Dry eye syndrome is very often the cause of the redness in your eye. However, redness of eye can also be caused by lack of sleep. In such a situation the only way to get rid of it is to catch up with your sleep. Spring is one season when most of the redness of the eye occurs. With spring allergy round the corner, you are at a loss trying to find words that best describe the red, watery eyes in the most attractive way.
So long, we have been trying to get rid of it and avoid it by remaining indoors most of the time, wearing goggles whenever we go out, and many other precautions. And despite following these precautions the irritation still persists as it is not possible to completely get rid as most of them are air borne allergens. Some even seek medical treatments to get rid of it but that are also of little help.
To a large extent the interior decoration of your home triggers allergy which leads to red eyes, congestion and anxiety. Members of American Society of Interior Designers have listed some precautionary measures to alleviate airborne allergens within your household.
Replace the drapes and curtains with window blinds, shades or shutters, as they are easier to clean. Drapes and curtains attract a lot of dust and are difficult to clean it. Opt for ceramic tile, hard wood or stone floors instead of carpeting the floor. Or you can also opt for area rugs that are easier to wash or dry cleaned because carpets are an expert in harboring irritants and is difficult to wash.
The interior of your household must be eco-friendly. As Sopata points out that with the improvement in technology the paints that cover the wall has also improved. Installation of proper sized exhaust fans and vacuum cleaning your entire household weekly are essential. Avoid using stuffy upholstery for your furniture. Use cushions with covers that are washable. Wherever possible use allergen proof covers and bed linens.