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I Keep Getting A Clear Sleep Out Of My Eye
Sleepy Eyes: The "clear sleep" is probably mucus, which is released by the conjunctival goblet cells while you sleep. It tends to be crusty when you wake up. Just splash some warm water on your face when you wake up and wipe gently with a clean cloth. A few drops of artificial tears, such as systane, will help your eyes feel refreshed at this point. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Probably dry eyes: Generally this is worse in the morning immediately after you wake up. Includes red eyes and foggy vision early on that clears up. If this is the case, try some artificial tears during the day (3-4 times/day) and a ophthalmic lubricating ointment at bedtime. It might take about a week or so to notice a difference. Otherwise, get an eye exam for an evaluation. Good luck. ...Read more
Dry Eyes: Dry eyes, caused by inadequate tear production, has many potential causes, including the ageing process, side effects of certain drugs such a antihistamines, certain diseases that affect tear production, and structural abnormalities of the eyelids. If your eyes only dry out when sleeping, you may have a condition whereby your lids do not stay closed while asleep. ...Read more
Sleep mask: NoGet a more detailed answer ›
No: Sleep is a beautifully orchestrated, highly conserved, complex body function with several brain systems working in concert. It is a vital restorative process that among other things helps with memory consolidation, metabolic function, immune competence, and growth. Quiet rest does not achieve the same brain state as sleep. Sleep is just as important as diet and leading a non-sedentary lifestyle. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it normal to have a slight pain around eyes kind of like a headache everytime I don't get a good night's sleep.
Sometimes at night as I am falling to sleep, i get a really fast spinning sensation. I cannot open my eyes to stop it and i feel paralysed ?
Sometimes when we getup in the morning we feel difficult to get up/insufficient of sleep or unable to open eye even though we sleep 8 hrs.why?
Fatigue: It is normal to feel slightly fatigued after a full nights rest for about for roughly 30 minutes. Generally 7-9 hours is an adequate amount of sleep. If you are feeling fatigued all through the day it is possible you are having nocturnal arousals or awakenings. Alternatively, there are forms of sleep paralysis that occur when awakening which can cause the above symptoms. ...Read more
Sometimes when trying to sleep I get disoriented, room spins slightly when OPENING my eyes, takes seconds to go away, repeats. Same in any position?
How do I get rid of bags under my eyes&why do I have them?The bags are always there, don't depend on amount of or position of sleep. They are alarming
Undereye bags: Large expressive eyes like Susan Sarandon? Some of it is genetics. Rubbing your eyes can make the venous discoloration more prominent and increase melanin production. if your sleep is adequate, try cool compresses like wet teabags cooled in the freezer for a few minutes to decrease swelling in the area. The skin is thin and any excess fluid looks puffy. Decrease your salt. Treat allergies. ...Read more
They only look it: What we see as tired eyes are often "puffy" eyelids that have dark circles under them. This can be the way your eyelids naturally look, or they could slowly take on this appearance over time. Excess eyelid skin, especially on the upper eyelids, can make the eyes appear more closed. There may be treatment options for this, so if it bothers you, consider meeting with an eye doctor to discuss it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Leaky blood vessels: The dark, heavy look to eyelids, especially lower eyelids, is often caused by collections of blood vessels. These vessels can be a little "leaky", causing fluid to collect under the skin, which in turn gives the dark circle appearance. After years, some individuals also develop increased pigmentation, which enhances the appearance. If this is a new appearance, see an eye doctor for an evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Sleep disturbance can cause a decrease in tear production and dry eyes. Also, decrease in sleep can lead to just tired eyes without decrease in tear production. See an eye doctor to determine if you have an underlying eye condition such as dry eye syndrome, allergic conjunctivitis, meibobian gland disease, thyroid disease, to name a few. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Fluid or fat!: If the "bags" are present every day (not allergies) and go away after several hours, this is fluid, and eyelid surgery can improve, but not eliminate this tendency. Sleep slightly elevated to decrease this. If fat and loose skin, expert plastic surgery can reposition, remove, and tighten this up beautifully. See an abps-certified plastic surgeon for consultation and advice! ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Bags: Eyes can get bags due to a number of reasons including allergies, crying, salty food, sleeping on the belly, and lack of sleep. The skin under the eyes is some of the thinnest in the entire body. It is very susceptible to fluid shifts. Thus, rubbing the eyes, heavy eye makeup and drinking alcohol can also make them worse. More rarely, it could be thyroid or kidney problems. ...Read more
I have terrible bags under my eyes i get enough sleep and i get white guewey stuff how to make it better?
Allergy? Infection?: Sometimes, dark circles under the eyes, in the lower lids, are due to allergies or due to infection in the sinuses or conjunctiva (causing sinusitis or conjunctivitis). A primary care doctor can look to see what the problem might be, and may consider allergy medications (oral, nasal spray, eye drops, etc.) and/or antibiotics (oral, eye drops, etc.), depending on the actual diagnosis. ...Read more
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