What Causes Crusty Eyes?

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In this video, we’re going to talk about crusty eyes. What’s behind crusty eyes, and how can you improve your eye health?

People have different terms for crusty eyes such as:
• Sleep dust
• Eye sand
• Eye gunk
• Sleep sand
• Eye shnooters
• Eye goop
• Eye boogers

What causes crusty eyes?

It’s a vitamin A deficiency. This deficiency will cause you to have dry eyes. But, at the same time, you get a thickened mucus around the eyes which can cause you to have itchy eyes.

However, if you feel like you have sand or crust in your eyes, but there isn’t actually anything there, that is something different. That could be because of a vitamin B2 deficiency or a low blood sugar situation.

Vitamin A — is a fat-soluble vitamin. The active form comes from animal products. Pre-vitamin A comes from plants.

Get vitamin A from plants and:

• Egg yolks
• Beef liver
• Cod liver oil

What causes a vitamin A deficiency?

• Low iron
• Lack of essential pancreatic enzymes
• A missing gallbladder or a gallbladder problem
• Alcohol
• IBS
• Not consuming enough vitamin A (especially the active form)

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