People who get eye allergies could also suffer from itchy eyes, burning eyes and watery eyes, and even that cause eyelids become swollen. And eye allergies can be caused by various allergen, especially in spring, for some people allergic to pollen can easily get eye allergies. Avoid contact ingthe allergen that you are allergic to protect your safety.
Well, yes, allergy to eyes can just cause swelling eyes too. So it can be very annoying and dangerous to have allergic eyes. Generally speaking, there are many people who have got allergy to eyes. And when allergy to eyes occurs, it will just lead to some other symptoms. For example, the most common one is red eyes, and itchy eyes. And of course, swelling eyes can be possible too. And when swelling eyes occur, you should take some measures to treat it. For example, you can just have some ice with cold compresses. Also, some cool teabags can be effective too. Anyway, just have a try.
I am sorry to hear that, and i am willing to helping you get out of this dilemma. First, it's quite normal to get swelling eyelids because of allergy as well as the decreasing immune system. There are some measures to help you get rid of this problem. You can use some warm compress or tea bags to make your eyes feel comfortable. In addition, you could also use some oil essentials to massage around the swelling eyelids, which can effectively relieve the symptom. Nevertheless, If it affect the retina and become worse, it is recommended that you should go to see a professional oculist eye doctor to check the detailed situation for the sake of your eyes.
Yes, this is normal.
The immune system of your body sometimes is hyper sensitive to some normally harmless substance, resulting in allergy. In other words, your white cells wrongly recognize allergen as harmful substance and defend you by reactions like redness, eczema, runny nose, asthma and so on. You are not supposed to get all these symptoms at the same time, but you must experience some of them.
Swollen eyelids are the symptom of eczema resulting from overreaction of your skin white cells.