A burning sensation in the eyes may result from exposure to substances such as smoke, pollen, smog, dry air and dust, according to Healthgrades. Eye contact with chemicals such as soap, shampoo, chlorine, moisturizers an... More »

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The sinuses experience a burning sensation when the nasal passages sinuses are inflamed and swollen. According to the Mayo Clinic, this condition is usually caused by the common cold, but it can also be the result of bac... More »

A burning sensation in the fingertips, also known as paresthesias, can be caused by localized injury to the hand, nerve damage, inflammation, infection, diabetes, spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis or vitamin B12 d... More »

A blister or bubble that forms on the white of the eye signifies allergic conjunctivitis, a condition in which the eyes react to irritants such as pollen, dust and dander, according to the American Association for Pediat... More »

Treatment for burning eyes can range from removing oneself from the source of irritation to medicated eye drops to immediate emergency treatment, depending on the cause of the burning eyes, as Healthgrades explains. Burn... More »

Eye discharge, tears, particles in the eye, cataracts and corneal damage are common causes of foggy vision, which affects one or both eyes and involves hazy or unclear eyesight, according to Healthgrades. Less common cau... More »

Common causes of vision loss, which may occur in one or both eyes, include age-related macular degeneration, diabetes-related retinal damage, glaucoma, cataract and eye trauma, according to Healthgrades. Stroke, optic ne... More »

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