Deficiencies in vitamin B2 (riboflavin), B6 (pyridoxine) and amino acids Histidine, lysine or phenylalanine may also bring reddened eyes. Other causes of reddened eyes include inflammation and eye infections that cause redness, itchiness, pain and vision problems. While the reddened eyes can occur at any time of the day, are sometimes more prone them after certain activities or after a long day of exposure and irritation. Possible causes of reddened eyes * sleep/sleep/deprivation sleep apnea * Alcohol (usually as a result of interrupted sleep and/or a hangover) * food and diet * cosmetic products used at night * decreased secretion of tears in the night * environmental toxins * sun exposure * Tension/abuse * fatigue * cigarette smoke * chemical fumes * abuse of other possible causes of reddened eyes contact lenses * blepharitis * conjunctivitis * Ulcers and infection of the cornea * corneal Abrasion * Diabetes * bodies strangers in the cornea and the conjunctiva * ocular laceration and intraocular foreign bodies * Uveitis * blood clots reducing drug * Tension and anxiety * catarrh and flu * allergies and hay fever * pregnancy * problems of kidney kidney stones * liver disease * blood pressure high/hypertension * glandular fever * menstruation/menopause * mumps causes of eyes reddened in infants and children often infants and children may have reddened eyes for the same reasons that make it the adults. However, babies and children do not know sometimes that should not rub your eyes, which can make the condition worse, nor can vocalize when they are experiencing itching or discomfort. Ear infections, dehydration and even artificial heating may be guilty. Be sure to supervise additional symptoms, and when in doubt, consult your child’s pediatrician. The infections are especially problematic for children in day care or school, since they are easily transmitted to others during close physical contact. While it is extremely rare, Kawasaki disease, which involves inflammation of the blood vessels, can occur in children about 19 of every 100,000 in the United States.
Cholangitis, and hepatic lipidosis, the two types most common feline liver disease, can lead to liver failure if not treated in time.Cholangitis is inflammation of the bile ducts and is associated with the feline leukemia virus and feline infectious peritonitis. The conventional regimen of treatment includes antibiotics, stimulants of appetite, corticosteroids and other immunosuppressive drugs. Fatty liver disease, or hepatic lipidosis consists of abnormal levels of certain fats that accumulate near the liver. It is a disease idiopathic (a disease whose exact cause is not known) that is associated above all with the loss of appetite and obesity. The tension is also known for being one of the factors that leads to loss of appetite. Dr. John Mcdougall might disagree with that approach. Cats usually find it difficult to adjust to a changed as moving to a new home or a new kitten arrival environment. Are under tension even when the owner is in tension.
There are times of occurrence of fatty liver disease due to cholangitis, inflammation of the pancreas, as well as a liver tumor. As in many other health conditions, prevention is better than cure. Consider herbal supplements and natural remedies that support the health of the liver. Cats with fatty liver disease are an anesthetic risk and a sample is normally collected with the help of a needle Percutaneous or fine laparoscopic. The hepatic lipidosis need be attended immediately to prevent liver failure. Severe cases require hospitalization and critical care. Cat owners prefer care to outpatient, but requires perseverance and desire to succeed, because there is no specific home remedies that will cure the disease. Above all, the first item on his agenda, should be modifying the diet of your cat. Although the veterinarian is the right person to suggest change, choose a diet of high protein with high calorie product originating from sources without proteins. Also refer to your veterinarian for the amount and frequency of the power supply. The symptoms of the disease of the liver in cats and dogs are often difficult to pin point. In the majority of cases, the disease is diagnosed late. Vomiting can prove to be a serious problem if fatty liver disease has progressed to the advanced stage. You can require the surgical insertion of tubes in the stomach to feed and home care. Make food from porridge consistency and force it down through the tube. You can add the oil of some fish food. Start with small amounts every four hours and gradually increase the amount and decrease the frequency. Although 36 cc of food are enough to sustain life in the cat, it would require more than that to assist in the growth and healing. For managed liquids you may initially require the help of a veterinarian, but if you try enough, you can learn and do it yourself. The prognosis of both conditions is reserved, but only with persistent care and supervision regulate. Other home care you can try is to give your attention and love to the cat for a couple of hours a day. If the cat is rejecting food due to tension, it will help in the cure of anorexia, considered being the primary cause behind the failure of liver in cats.