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Gladys Irene

by faina marco (2021-02-19)

Your eyes can naturally accumulate some dust, debris and dead cells when you sleep during the night, that will result in sticky or dry secretions at the corner of your eyes when you wake up and this is usually called as eye gunk. It is obvious for anyone to have eye gunk produced, but If you wear contact lens that is not really tidy, the dirt present in the contact lens can reach your eyes and you could be invading some bacteria and viruses into your eyes through these contact lens. You eye gunk gets secreted in rather huge amounts and this discharge could typically contain bacteria and viruses and this could be your reason for what causes red eyes!

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