In the following video, the man named Wayne Goss is re-living his struggle with eye infections. He battled with his chalazion cysts under his upper eyelids for 2 years before he found cure.
For those who do not know, chalazion cyst represents bump in the eyelid due to inflamed gland. It may cause pressure on the eye, redness and irritation.
This kind of cyst can be removed by a procedure in which the eyelid is turned inside out and the surgeon makes a small incision in the eyelid. From the incision later, the chalazion is pulled out. Pressure must be used on the cut for stop the bleeding.
Goss, which was suffering from this condition decided to try one natural remedy. He boiled water, added enough salt and healed his eye without burning sensation. First, he left the water to cool, and later filled an eye cup with the water.
He held the water on his eye for just one minute and did the procedure for few more times daily. Within 24 hours, the results came, he was not having irritation or chalazion anymore. While he was explaining why this remedy works in the video he also recommended proper eyelid hygiene.
More natural solutions for eye infections
Of course that chalazion cysts are not the only ones which can harm your vision. There are many other types of eye infections and among them are styes and pink eye which, also can be manifested with irritation and pain.
Professional help is really the best solution in cases like this but, also the home remedies can help you and even completely destroy the infection. Natural and always available these ingredients can be much of a help.
You must remember that you need to remove all excess dirt and bacteria that is accumulating from your eye before you start treating the eye infection. Clean it by using a cotton swab which you previously dipped into warm water.
If you want to remove a stye, best home solution for it is the use of hot compress. Take a cloth, soak it into warm water and wrung out, apply it to your eye for at least 3 to 4 times daily. Also by this you will increase the circulation and you will drain out the stye.
How to use it:
- Use clean towel or swab, dip it into warm water and wring it out to remove the excess water.
- Close your eyes and apply it for 5 minutes. Repeat this for a couple of times.
- Do it 3 to 4 times daily.
The salt water is proven to be effective and due to it was mentioned above. If you want to do this remedy, boil a pot of water with salt and dip cotton swab into it.
How to use it:
- Put into a pot of water one teaspoon of salt.
- Stir the solution until it dissolves.
- Leave it to boil and later leave it to cool.
- Rinse your infected eye with it.
- Do this 3 to 4 times daily.
Antibacterial properties are present into raw honey and due to them it is perfect natural remedy for infections of the eye.
How to use it:
- Mix together equal amounts of honey and distilled water.
- Apply the mixture directly into the eye by using cotton ball.
- Do this 2-3 times daily.