There are some eye problems that are usually harmless and get cured without much effort but when they seem to hurt and don’t seem to go away even after weeks, then there can be various problems that might be causing it. Eye stye can be an eye problem which becomes a trouble for you if you do not control it in time. A style is usually an oil gland which is infected with bacteria and fills up with pus and caused generally by staphylococcus bacteria.
If you have been facing problems with eye stye, then you should definitely check out these home remedies that can help you feel better.
Tip 1: Warm Cloth Compress
If your eye stye is not leaving or its returning over and over we suggest you try this tried and tested home remedy which uses simple technique to soothe your eyes. One of the best thing that happens when you use the warm compress technique is that the inflammation slowly starts to reduce, the circulation speeds up and rupture is believed to occur faster. The best technique to achieve this is to take a bowl of hot water and a clean hand towel or clean washcloth. Now, dip the towel or washcloth in hot water and wring out the excess. Now place the washcloth or towel over the infected eye. And repeat when the towel becomes cold again. You can continue this until the stye ruptures and pus starts coming out. Keep applying the compress to help all the pus to come out .
Tip 2: Use Coriander Seed Water
Coriander Seed water is one of the most common and age old technique to rescue and eliminate bacteria that cause eye styes. The trick is to make sure that you take a spoon of the coriander leaves and add it to boiling water. Once boiled for 5-10 minutes, drain the seeds and use the water to clean and wash the eyes every day three times until you see an improvement in the eye stye. In cases where there are two stye in eyes, use separate washcloth.
These tips along with proper eye care and proper hygiene ensure that eyes are not subjected to infections and styles in the future. If you continue getting stye over time, you must find out it you have blepharitis where your eyelids are inflamed and there are inflammation of the follicles in the eyelash.