How to Reduce Swollen Eyelids: Step by Step Guide

How to Reduce Swollen Eyelids: Step by Step Guide

Swollen eyelids are happened due to building up of fluids in the tissues surrounding the eyes. It may also cause to because of some allergy because allergy can also cause the swelling of the eyes with red, itchy and watery eyes. It is most common problems from which we suffer most of the times in our life. There are many reasons like the cyst, pink eye, bug bite, allergies etc which can cause the swelling of the eyes. There are some diseases which have symptoms of swelling of eyelids and the diseases like gaves’ diseases as well as eye cancer etc.

How to Reduce Swollen Eyelid

How to Reduce Swollen Eyelid

Puffy, as well as swollen eyelids, cause many problems like discomfort, embarrassment, impaired vision as well as you can also find difficulty in cleaning your eyed and doing makeup around the eyes.  So, today’s we are going to share you some tips through which you can reduce the swelling of eyes.

  1. Wash your face: the swelling can be caused by the allergies so, wash your face five to six times in a day so that the allergens can be removed from the skin as well as from eyelashes.
  2. 2.  Apply a cold compress: if you have swelled with itching then you can apply a cold compress by soaking your towel in the cold water and apply it on eyes, coolness which you will give to your eyes will really helpful in swollen eyelids.
  3. Stay indoors: weather and pollution can also be caused effects on the swollen eyelids as it can increase it so, try to stay inside the house and be away from outdoor activities especially just after the rain because after raining many of the allergens fill the air.

Swollen Eyelid Treatment Fast

Swollen Eyelid Treatment Fast

As we have told you earlier that there are many causes of swelling of eyelids so, depending upon the cause you can get the treatment of eyelids. To get the relief you can apply some eye drops which is prescribed from ophthalmologists and also you can wash your eyes, can give the cold compress, or you can also rinse your eyes to get the relief from pain as well as swelling of eyelids. In most of the cases eyelids is not a big problems i.e it is harmless but if it remains after 24 to 36 hours then you need to go to a doctor, you can also go to the doctors if you find the symptoms that we have described just below.

* Eye pain

* blurred vision or distorted vision.

* Vision that is really worse and you will discomfort in seeing any of the things which are in your around.

* You are feeling that there is something which has been stuck in your eyes.

* You find difficulties in moving of eye muscles.

So, if you find the above symptoms then you really need to go to the doctor because eyelids can also be swollen in the diseases like eye cancer. So, only the doctor can diagnose the cause of swelling and painful eyelids.

One Swollen Eyelids

One Swollen Eyelids

Many times we have got swelling in only one eye, one eyelid swollen can cause problems like “style and chalazion” which you can treat by warm compress or by eating antibiotics. The stye and chalazion cause redness, as well as swelling in one eyelid, eyelid pain, and you, will also feel that there is something in your eyes. The one eyelid swelling can also be caused by the periorbital cellulitis which is one of the infections of the eyelids and it affects those children who are under the 18 months old, you can find the symptoms like pain in eyes, redness in eyes, swelling of eyes in periorbital cellulitis.

Swollen Eyelids Pictures

We have also shared with you the pictures of the swollen eyelids which is caused by different reasons.

 Swollen Eyelids Pictures

Swollen Upper Eyelids

Swollen Upper Eyelids

Sometimes you can find that only the upper eyelids get swollen but swollen may be under eyes or you can find swollen lower eyelids because of allergies and bug bite and many other reasons. If there is swelling on the upper eyelids only then it may be reduced by proper treatment like by taking eyedrops or oral pill and you can also try some self-treatment like the washing of eyes and be keeping cool or warm compress which will really helpful in reducing pain and swelling of the upper eyelids.

How to Make Swollen Eyelids Go Down

How to Make Swollen Eyelids Go Down

As swelling of eyes can be caused by chalazion, allergies, stye, exhaustion, crying, cosmetics,  or by the blocking of tear duct etc. First off you need to get away from the makeup as well as the cream that you use around the eyes this can increase your problems so, avoid these things. Now, you can give rest to your eyes, you can also wash your eyes many times in a day,  drink more and more water if you have swollen due to your emotional stress or you can say that swollen is caused due to crying, you can apply some eye drop, or you can take some antibiotics to get rid of your swollen eyes.

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