How can someone possibly work with a sty on? I seriously don’t know before so basically, just in case, I’m going to share a bit of my experience based on what my grandmother taught me on how to cure it.
There are things you need to know about an eye sty.
In the Philippines, it is referred to as “buwingit” or “bujinggit.” A hearsay tells that it’s the result for voyeurism, which is actually terrifying for kids.
The first sign for possible sty is you’ll feel like there’s a single strand of hair on your eye and this urge to scratch it. Don’t scratch it. I’ll tell you, it’ll make everything worst. Styes typically don’t cause you any blindness. That’s ridiculously not true. The best thing to do is to consult an eye doctor. It is mainly a cause of staphlococcal bacteria which is present in our noses. So, you probably picked your nose and then rubbed it in your eyes (this is gross, it looks like I’m admitting a crime).
Don’t you fret, there’s a simple remedy that you can do to minimize the pain and get that sty out of your eye.
- Leave the stye alone. Don’t rub it, don’t prick it, don’t do anything with it. Just leave the stye alone.
- Clean your eyelid. That’s the best thing to do.
- Put a clean warm cloth in the affected area.
- Keep your hands clean.
- Don’t use eye clearing solvents or ointments not unless with doctor’s prescription.
If you follow these cool simple steps, then you’ll never go out with stye again.