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Eye specialist will be available for free consultation and treatment on Holi, Dr. Dinesh Mishra said – protect eyes from dry colors and gulal.

Raipur. Senior eye and contact lens specialist Dr. Dinesh Mishra has advised to play with colors on Holi by protecting the eyes and other sensitive organs. He said that one must play Holi but special care should be taken to ensure that dry color and gulal does not enter the eyes.

Dr. Dinesh Mishra told that earlier Holi was played with colors prepared from natural things like various flowers, leaves, roots and seeds, which were not harmful for the body. Even though these colors took more time to prepare and were prepared in small quantities, they were suitable for the physical environment. Nowadays, the colors and gulal available in the market are made from artificial and chemical substances, which are made in large quantities in a short time. Artificial colors are certainly cheap, but they can harm the body.

Eye specialist will be available for free consultation and treatment on Holi, Dr. Dinesh Mishra said - protect eyes from dry colors and gulal. 3

He said, the chemical substances from which artificial colors are made are acidic-alkaline according to their chemical properties. These chemicals have adverse effects on the skin, eyelids and eyes of the body, causing reactions like burning sensation, itching, swelling, rash, allergy etc. in the eyes and face. This effect may vary from person to person. To add shine to color and gulal, mica is ground and mixed, which causes harm to the skin and eyes. At the same time, mixing soil and finely ground sand in gulal causes scratches on the delicate parts of the face and eyes.

Dr. Dinesh Mishra said that dry color and gulal should be avoided in the eyes. If the color goes inside the eyes, do not rub the eyes, but try to remove it gently from the eyes. Dry color and gulal creates wounds when rubbed on the skin, cheeks, eyelids and eye pupils. Conjunctivitis and rubbing of the eye due to chemical substances can also cause corneal ulcers. Clean the color slowly with a dry cloth or handkerchief and wash it thoroughly with water. Sharp jets of paint, water and balloons thrown forcefully on the face can cause eye injuries.

Dr. Mishra said, in case of severe pain, tears, redness or blurriness in the eyes, do not rub them but after washing the eyes, consult the nearest eye specialist. Keep in mind that using cow dung, coal, ash, paint, grease, asphalt, kwach etc. can be harmful for the body, rather their allergies and injuries can discolor the rainbow colors of Holi. Dr. Dinesh Mishra will be available at his hospital at Phool Chowk on March 25 from 12 am to 2 pm for free consultation and treatment of problems caused by playing with colors in Holi.

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