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Puffy Eyes


Puffy eyes are a condition where the eyes start swelling because of different factors. Lack of sleep is unaptly a significant factor for puffy eyes. Drinking lots of water, limiting alcohol and salt consumption and protecting your skin from the severe sun will help reduce this difficulty. Puffy eyes can also be a symptoms of sinus and allergy problems.

Under-eye puffiness is frequently only a temporary cosmetic concern and rarely a sign of a sedate underlying medical condition. It can be caused by various factors such as too much sodium in a diet causing water retention, tossing and turning and not getting sufficient sleep, excessive drinking of alcohol, and others as well. Puffy eyes can be a real complication. They are usually worse in the morning and can be aggravated by sinus/allergy trouble.

Causes of Puffy eyes

The common causes and risk factor's of Puffy eyes include the following:

  • Variations in body fluid balance such as because of some whether conditions.
  • Hormone changes.
  • High salt intake or general stress can cause the unsightly phenomenon of puffy eyes.
  • Hangovers can also produce puffy eyes.
  • Allergies or dermatitis, especially if puffiness is accompanied by redness and itching.
  • Puffy eyes can also be a heredity problem.

Symptoms of Puffy eyes

Some sign and symptoms related to Puffy eyes are as follows:

  • Swelling around the eyes.
  • Itchy, red or irritated eyes.
  • Swollen, puffy eyelids.
  • Dark circles accompanied by sagging skin under the eyes.
  • Eye redness.

Treatment of Puffy eyes

Here is list of the methods for treating Puffy eyes:

  • Wash face with ice cold water.
  • Use an aloe-based eye-soothing gel or cream.
  • Drink plenty of water. Puffy eyes often betoken water retention, which you can alleviate by drinking plenty of liquids; this flushes excess salt from your system.
  • Antihistimines might help but they can cause more eye complications as they may dry the eye.
  • Try an ordinary ice pack. The cold temperature may help reduce swelling.
  • Avoid overly windy conditions. Wear glasses or goggles to help protect your eyes and act as a buffer against intense environmental conditions.