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Do cucumbers help eye puffiness?

Do cucumbers help eye puffiness?

Cold helps: Anything cold, including chilled cucumbers, can help reduce eye puffiness. There is nothing in the cucumbers that is actually affecting the eyes other than temperature. ...Read more

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I have eye puffiness in the outer corner of my eyes. What could this be.

I have eye puffiness in the outer corner of my eyes.  What could this be.

Puffy Eyes: Puffiness around the eyes may result from any of the following: seasonal allergies, reaction to substances applied on the skin and hair or on the eye (including contact lenses), lack of adequate sleep and fatigue, excessive salt ingestion followed by laying down, low blood count from anemia, kidney or heart failure, etc. Follow up with a doctor for further evaluation. ...Read more

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Does sinusitis cause eye puffiness?

Does sinusitis cause eye puffiness?

It can: But eye puffiness can also be a result of allergies, other infections, normal aging or hereditary conditions. If puffiness is severe, associated with pain or vision loss go to your doctor or er asap. ...Read more

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Im having eye puffiness how to treat it the natural way?Thank u

Cool compresses.: Cool compresses may help, but you may need an exam to figure out why they are puffy. ...Read more

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I woke up this morning with my eye puffy/swollen and a bit painful to touch.

I woke up this morning with my eye puffy/swollen and a bit painful to touch.

Allergies : Allergies cause swollen eyelids. Cold compress can relieve the swelling. Over-the-counter allergy medicine, such as loratidine (claritin) & eyedrops help relieve it. Zaditor (ketotifen) is a good eye drop for itching. If it persists or gets worse go to your doctor. It could also be other problems: infection of the eyelid from blocked sweat ducts on the eyelid margin or if there was injury, an infected lid. ...Read more

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How to get rid of under eye puffiness?

Depends: This can result from several causes. Angioedema can be hereditary and this has to b e addressed. It is common in middle to older age to have edema of the lower lids from fluid accumulation while recumbent. This will lessen as you get up and walk around each day. Some is due to weakening of the barriers between the orbital fat and the lids with age. See your ophthalmologist to sort out. ...Read more

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