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billieprox asked:

07 Oct 2010

puffy eyes!

whenever i wake up in the night my eyes are so swollen/puffy that sometimes it hurts to open them!

is this normal? the puffiness goes down, it doesn't stay all day or anything but i'm just wondering if maybe it's allergies? anybody have any idea? yes, i know this isn't a hair question, i hit the wrong category :o



jod_mets says:

Posted on 08 Oct 2010

It could be allergies but most likely they're very dry. Go to your drug store and get some artificial tears.


fathima says:

Posted on 08 Oct 2010

Very likely to be, Fluid retention, hormonal variations with menstruation can lead to the retention of fluid, particularly in the subcutaneous tissues. These conditions can cause swelling around the eyes to be more prominent.

Oversleeping/sleep deprivation - Interrupted sleep cycles are common causes of eye puffiness.

Eye puffiness may also be caused by:

Diet - Excess salt encourages fluid retention and may lead to puffy eyes.

Alcohol and tobacco use - Alcohol and tobacco contain toxins that may lead to stress, fatigue, and hormonal changes; all of which may lead to fluid retention and swelling around the eyes.

Allergies - Allergic reactions can lead to leaks in the subcutaneous capillary beds which can cause swelling in the face, including around the eyes.

Skin disorders - Eye puffiness can be a side effect of certain skin disorders, such as dermatitis, if the affected area becomes very sensitive, leading to swelling.

Crying - The salt in tears may cause fluid retention in the eye area.

Hypothyroidism - Facial puffiness and periorbital swelling occur due to inflitration with the mucopolysaccharides hyaluronic acid and chondroitin sulfate, pulling fluid into the interstitial space by osmosis.

Periorbital cellulitis - An inflammation and infection of the eyelid and portions of skin around the eye.

Chagas disease - Also known as American trypanosomiasis. Young patients, often in an acute phase of the disease, manifest Romañia's sign: unilateral, painless, periorbital edema.


mistress1209 says:

Posted on 07 Oct 2010

yeah it could be allergies, but normally they come with some itch and redness. my guess would be that this is being caused water retention due to excessive sodium intake. some individuals tend to absorb more sodium into their system hence, resulting in puffiness and even bloated extremities. This especially shows when you have just gotten up from sleep, when there isn't much body movement for hours. So easy on the chips, girl.. ;)


sena95 says:

Posted on 08 Oct 2010

I sometimes feel the same thingg! i cant open my eyes , i swear to god , i try but they keep closing ! anw it is becuz you are very tired and when you wake up , you wake up but your brain needs more rest , so if you can go back to bed when you feel that way then do it,and it is so normal , dont worry about it :) You just need more sleep .


barbipixi says:

Posted on 08 Oct 2010

they could just be a lil dry

you may want to put in regular moisturizing eyedrops at night before bed and keep them by your bed in the morning. that's what i do

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