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Clogged sinuses, watery eyes and a runny nose generally indicate allergies, and antihistamines and home remedies can treat them. There is no cure for allergies, as of 2015, but a number of medications treat the symptoms and bring relief to many people, WebMD claims.


Watery eyes are typically caused by an excess of tear production or more commonly the result of a blocked tear duct. Depending on the particular cause, an appropriate form of treatment can serve as an effective remedy.


Treatment options for watery eyes include lubricating eye drops, moist compresses, antibiotics and antihistamines. The prescribed treatment depends on the severity of the condition and the cause, explains NHS Choices. A physician performs an eye exam to determine the underlying cause of the watery e


The common causes of watery eyes are over-production of tears and blocked tear ducts. Watery eyes is a condition that leads to an overflow of tears on the face and is more prevalent in children under 1 year and adults over 60.


In babies, persistent watery eyes are usually caused by blocked tear ducts, explains Mayo Clinic. Tear ducts carry away tears, and tears usually drain through puncta. Puncta are small openings in the inner portion of the eyelids, close to the nose. An infant's tear duct may not be fully open and fun


Itching eyes rarely occur with colds, but do accompany allergies, explains WebMD. Allergies are often mistaken for colds because both conditions cause symptoms such as runny nose, scratchy throat and stuffiness. However, allergies do not cause symptoms such as fever or body aches that are known to a


A number of conditions from allergies and dry eye syndrome to conjunctivitis and contact dermatoblepharitis can cause itchy eyes or ocular pruritis, explains the American Academy of Ophthalmology. To successfully treat itchy eyes, a person needs to have the underlying problem treated, not just the s


The eyes close just before a sneeze due to a reflex action as the eyes and the nose are connected by cranial nerves. The sneeze sends a stimulation that travels to a nerve in the brain and a nerve in the eyelids triggering the eyes to close.


Itchy eyes are commonly caused by an exposure to allergens that releases histamines and causes red, watery and itchy eyes, according to Eye Health Web. Dry eye syndrome and eye disorders such as blepharitis can cause the eyes and eyelids to become itchy, dry and scaly.


Watery eyes are a normal symptom of both sinus headaches and migraine headaches, notes WebMD. When people have such headaches, the pain response by the body triggers a reflex that produces watery eyes, itchiness of the eyes, and a stuffy or runny nose.