Ok, so right as I got up to go to bed, I turned the lights off in my living room to go to my bedroom. It was completely dark in the house then, as I was walking toward my bedroom to go to sleep. As ...
about three of my teeth are loose and i dunno what to do about it,should i go to the doctors(i dont really wanna cause i JUST DONT!!! )or give me some tips AGGGGGGGHHHHHHH I NEED HELP!!!!! THE MOST ...
the white stuff is probably salt. if you spend all day playing basketball or something and you dont drink a lot of water, you'll notice the same white stuff on your lips - just salt from the sweat
the tears are what coats the eyes.. crying a lot will give you a headache, but shouldn't hurt your eyes.
Yes it happened to me. it almost feels like you went swimming and opened your eyes under water.
Yea sometimes but it will go away.
So, now all you wanna do is sleep so your eyes can rest maybe?
Goddess Of Sleep
no. it might be an allergic reaction or something else you were exposed to through the course of yesterday and last night. try taking some visine or eyedrops. wash the white stuff out thoroughly, and watch for it to come back. if it does come back, you may have a problem. wash your hands before your rub your eye's, EVERYTIME you touch anything. pay attention to anything you expose yourself to that has a strong odor, or makes your eyes sting.
its possible for your eyes to dry out from crying too much, but not what your describing.
if it gets worse, think about going to see a doctor. an eye doctor would be ideal.
Your tears are a natural lubrication for your eyes. Unless there was a chemical in your eyes that caused the white stuff I'm not sure. But normally when a person cries, extra blood is rushed to the face causing puffiness. When the puffiness starts to subside there might be a slight burning sensation from all of the blood rushing back. Best way to take care of the burning sensation is to put a cold cloth over your eyes. It will help with the burning and take away the puffiness.