Why do my eyelids hurt lack of sleep?

Sleep deprivation. This can occur due to sleep deprivation.Just got done seeing another patient with this.

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Under eye wrinkles, eyelid puffyness from lack of sleep. What do I do?

Depends. May be due to fluid retention, aging/relaxation, loss of sleep may contribute but not usually cause. Loss elasticity allows morning swelling as fluids move from your lower arms/legs where accumulates during walking, daytime. Recommend try to watch salt intake, use cold packs when you wake, and sleep with head elevated 30 degrees. Laxity of skin with aging is common cause of the wrinkles. Read more...
Lower lids. There are several options to treat these issues ranging from neurotoxins and fillers to surgery. Your best bet would be to have your eyes evaluated by a board certified facial plastic surgeon. Read more...
Get sleep. Interestingly sleep can actually make lower eyelid swelling worse because fluid accumulates in the head and neck region when the head is down at night. Sleeping with the head of thereby slightly elevated (without kinking or tucking your neck) may help. Manual lymphatic drainage may also help. Lower eyelid peels may help. Retinoids may help. Lasers may help. Eventual surgery may be the best option. Read more...
Sleep. Surgeon. Sleep is essential for health. If the eyelid problem persists after adequate sleep and nutrition, see a facial plastic surgeon for ideas. Read more...

My eyelids seem to droop (their proper eyelid fold goes away)as the day passes by. I would, however, often lack of sleep. Would proper sleep fix this?

No you need check up. I do not think it is related to lack of sleep.You need to see your doctor or a neurologist to find the cause of your dropping eye lids (ptosis).It may be caused by muscle disease, nerve problem, local condition of the lids like infection or tumor of the eyelid. Read more...

I'd think that my eyelids were too low, but it may be my eyelid crease that isn't big enough. Could lack of sleep be the cause or.? What should I do?

See physician. Unless you feel your not getting enough sleep it sounds like you may need some plastic surgery on your eyelids or you may have a problem with the nerve that holds your eyelid open. I would see an eye physician for an evaluation. Read more...

Can droopy eyelid (s) caused by lack of sleep be treated by getting proper sleep? I'm only 20 years old.

Yes. If your eyelids droop (ptosis), and this is a recent occurrence, please see your doctor if they don't return to normal after a night's sleep. If they've always been this way, then that may be your pattern of inheritance. Either way, see an ophthalmologist for a proper eye examination. Read more...

My lower eyelids seem low. I want to raise them. I can see a bit of the white of my eye. Could be because of previous lack of sleep. Can sleep fix it?

Probably not. You may be fine and this may just be a normal variant. However, you will need to see an ophthalmologist to determine if there are any problems. For example, the lower eyelid could be pulled down by scarring or trauma, and a thyroid condition can cause the eyelids appear lower. Read more...

I woke up with double eye lids on my left eyes several times in this 2wk. Last month, my left eyes twitching several times due to lack of sleep.

Your solution: sleep more. And sleep better. As in sleep in a restful way, without alcohol or sedatives on board and with a healthy relaxed body in a comfortable manner. For a young person, sleep hygiene may be a foreign concept but you will need to learn it to protect your body from premature wear and tear when you age. Thanks for trusting in HealthTap. Read more...