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evry morning when i wake up i have swelling around the eyes puffy eye. what is this?

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Dr. Darab Hormozi
37 years experience Plastic Surgery
Water retention: Most commun cause of puffy eyelids in the morning that subsides throughout the day is water retention and sleeping facedown. By raising your head with pillows and watching your salt intake the night before, you can reduce this swelling in the morning. If you take these precautions and it persist, consult your internist for cause of water retention.
Answered on Aug 2, 2015
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