Avoid the regular use of get-the-red-out drops. These drops are short-acting blood-vessel constrictors, and their use beyond a few days may actually cause your eyes to appear more bloodshot than they would otherwise. Upon discontinuing their use, it may take several weeks for the tone of the muscles in the blood vessels to return to normal. You may wish to increase your eye's lubrication with artificial-tear supplements. If you are unable to make your eyes comfortable with four drops per day, you should consider making an appointment with your eye doctor. There are other treatments that only your eye doctor can prescribe.