//My Eyes are Burning— Rag Weed is Blooming!

My Eyes are Burning— Rag Weed is Blooming!

Seasonal allergies can make eyes irritated. Pollen gets trapped in eyelashes then you rub your eyes rubbing in the pollen making it worse. Your eyes itch

Seasonal allergies can make eyes irritated. Pollen gets trapped in eyelashes then you rub your eyes rubbing in the pollen making it worse. Your eyes itch and burn even more. Managing seasonal allergies is a two-prong approach. First, removing the irritant – pollen typically from eyelashes and secondly soothing the eye itself. EyeDocStore.com products are designed to provide you with non-prescription steps and actions you can take to cleanse eyelashes and soothe eyes making your eyes more comfortable. 

Here are some facts about Ragweed: 

Causes stuffy or runny nose, sneezing and itchy eyes 

People are reacting to its pollen 

Ragweed is worse on cooler nights and warmer days and dry. 

You can’t escape Ragweed, even in Arizona! It grows everywhere. Usually starts growing early August to mid October.

By | 2018-05-22T17:09:36-07:00 September 9th, 2015|Blog|Comments Off on My Eyes are Burning— Rag Weed is Blooming!

About the Author:

Dr. Bonnin grew up in Appleton, WI and attended University of Wisconsin before heading off to Texas for his Optometry degree. Dr. Bonnin received his Optometry degree in 1974 from the University of Houston College of Optometry. He returned to Wisconsin to build his private practice in Manitowoc. In 1984 he moved to Arizona and continued to expand his practice where he kept busy with three offices. Dr. Bonnin has spent the last ten years with Costco at Spectrum Mall and in September of 2009 moved to open with the new Costco optometry office at Paradise Valley Mall. Dr. Bonnin has extensive experience in adult and pediatric eye care. He fits specialty glasses and contacts on a daily basis. Dr. Bonnin can provide the best care using the most state-of-the art technology available in vision health care. His experience with bi-focals, mono-vision (one contact lens), astigmatism and contacts after refractive surgery offers his patients the optimum in vision solutions. Dr. Bonnin diagnoses and treats eye infections and other eye irritants such as allergies, styes, pink eye, dry eyes, corneal abrasions, and minor foreign body removal. He will prescribe medication for infections and allergies as well.