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What's the best way to get rid of puffy eyes?
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Dr. GUHA KRISHNASWAMY
General Practice
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In brief: Puffy eyes
Puffy eyes are not always the result of allergic reactions thyroid disease, certain forms of muscle disease, chronic obstructive lung disease, wearing CPAP mask for sleep apnea and occasionally some forms of dermatitis can result in puffy eyes this needs to be checked to differentiate a benign cause from a more serious one.

In brief: Puffy eyes
Puffy eyes are not always the result of allergic reactions thyroid disease, certain forms of muscle disease, chronic obstructive lung disease, wearing CPAP mask for sleep apnea and occasionally some forms of dermatitis can result in puffy eyes this needs to be checked to differentiate a benign cause from a more serious one.
Dr. GUHA KRISHNASWAMY
Dr. GUHA KRISHNASWAMY
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Dr. Stephen Pool
Emergency Medicine
In brief: Puffy Eyes
Puffy or swollen eyes can be caused by fluid retention, stress, allergies, hormone changes, and other factors.
Other times we get puffy eyes after sleeping. This can be caused by too much sodium in the diet, which causes water retention. Puffy eyes can also be caused by lack of sleep or excessive alcohol intake. http://www.eyehealthweb.com/puffy-eyes/

In brief: Puffy Eyes
Puffy or swollen eyes can be caused by fluid retention, stress, allergies, hormone changes, and other factors.
Other times we get puffy eyes after sleeping. This can be caused by too much sodium in the diet, which causes water retention. Puffy eyes can also be caused by lack of sleep or excessive alcohol intake. http://www.eyehealthweb.com/puffy-eyes/
Dr. Stephen Pool
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Dr. Gary Steven
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
In brief: See an allergist
Puffy eyes can result from nasal congestion, and from allergic reactions as well.
Allergies to dust mites or pets in the home can cause reactions during the night that can lead to puffy eyes; skin testing is the best way to figure out what is going on. Once allergy is ruled out, some people might need to take a mild water pill.

In brief: See an allergist
Puffy eyes can result from nasal congestion, and from allergic reactions as well.
Allergies to dust mites or pets in the home can cause reactions during the night that can lead to puffy eyes; skin testing is the best way to figure out what is going on. Once allergy is ruled out, some people might need to take a mild water pill.
Dr. Gary Steven
Dr. Gary Steven
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