Getting anything in your eye that isn't supposed to be there can be painful and annoying, but toxic substances are downright dangerous. Whether it's something as common as a household cleaning solution or something more unusual, it's important to know in advance how to care for your eyes if something dangerous gets in them. Prepare yourself by reading this simple guide.
Read the Directions
The very first thing you should do in these instances is to read any directions the product has on it.
People who suffer from migraines are already familiar with the optical signal of seeing "halos." These orb-like spots that either stand still and vibrate or dart about in your field of vision signal an oncoming migraine. Even if you cannot feel a migraine yet, you know it is coming. However, when you see halos and do not experience a migraine following it, and you also experience tunnel vision, you should know that these two vision experiences together are not signs of your imminent death.