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Puffy Eyes - Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Puffy eyes are a condition is begin swelling due to different factors. Puffy eyes can be caused by many factors most is fluid retention, stress, allergies, hormone changes, and other factors as well. This is due to the fact that are body reacts to emotions and causes more blood to flow through the eyes which leads to swelling. Skin around the eyes is very thin and is full of blood vessels which make it very sensitive. Usually puffy eyes will go away after a little bit of time or some treatments done at home. Production of too many emotional tears can strain the eyes. Puffy eyes are a condition where the eyes begin swelling due to different factors. The skin around the eyes is very thin and is full of blood vessels which make it very sensitive.

Also, we get puffy eyes after sleeping. This can be caused by different factors such as too much sodium in a diet causing water retention, tossing and turning and not getting enough sleep, excessive drinking of alcohol, and others as well. However, puffy eyes are also symptoms of other eye conditions that may require examination by an eye care professional. In cases where puffy eyes are severe and persistent or are accompanied by pain, discomfort, blurry vision, or other conditions, an optometrist should be contacted about the problem.

Causes of Puffy Eyes

Common causes of Puffy Eyes

  • Retention.
  • Stress.
  • Hangovers
  • Allergies.
  • Dermatitis.
  • Hormone changes.

Symptoms of Puffy Eyes

Common Symptoms of Puffy Eyes

  • Swelling.
  • Swollen.
  • Itching eyes.
  • Eye redness.
  • Inability.

Treatment of Puffy Eyes

Common Treatment of Puffy Eyes

  • Take a metal spoon and run it under cold water.
  • Avoid salty foods, which cause the under eye area (and the rest of your body) to hold fluid.
  • Drink plenty of water to clean out your system
  • Try a soothing eye cream with aloe and Vitamin E, which can be applied to the eyes
  • Place two slices of cool cucumber on the eyes for several minutes
  • Moisten two tea bags in cold water, chill them in the refrigerator and place them over closed eyelids for several minutes
  • For allergies and puffy eyes, find out the item causing the allergic reaction and minimize its use; doctors may also provide medication in the form of shots or prescription drugs
  • Apply hemorrhoid cream (look for brands that contain ingredients of yeast and shark's liver oil) to the puffy area. Insiders have known for years that in just the way it gets the swelling out of that other area, it works the same way for the face.

 

 

 

 

 

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