Allergies are simply caused be an overactive immune system once triggered by an 'allergen.' Allergies can, of course, be seasonal or perennial. Once exposed to an allergen, whether it is pollen or wheat, your body begins to produce histamine. Once this chemical is released, individuals often experience a number of signs and symptoms. If you experience the following signs, it's recommended that you get tested immediately. This will help you better understand the severity, as well as the cause.
10.Watery, Sensitive Eyes
When exposed to a certain allergen, it's possible that it will cause your eyes to become irritated and itchy. Although allergens such as mold, dust, pollen, and pet dander are common causes, while food allergies and even bee stings can affect your eyes. An eye allergen is also known as allergic conjunctivitis and contributes to the discomfort you experience. Once histamine is released, this is what influences issues with your eyes. You may experience puffy eyes, swollen eyelids, tearing, itching, redness, and burning.