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Jon


10/10/2012

How to treat eye swelling due to sun exposure?

I got a swelling eyes because i exposure in sun too much. Is there anyway i can recover my eyes? What should i do to reduce the swelling eyes?
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  • Steve

    10/10/2012

    The best way to prevent puffy swollen eyes after sun exposure is to avoid exposure again. To keep a wonderful condition of your eyes is very important for your health. I heard that, the strongly rays will stimulate your visual system till its disorders. Anyway, to solve your problem now is use a towel which soaked full of cool water then apply it to your eyes, doing massage around your eye socket and your temple as well as your eyebrow. If possible, you can wear sunglasses and avoid sunlight damage, the blemish balm cream adopt around your eyes will be helpful in a short time.
  • elbcoastboy

    10/11/2012

    Swelling are often aroused by busted tiny vessels which could result from bruise, unknown foreign object in eyes or too much sun exposure. There are several tip to remove the swelling. The most universal method is to compress your eyes with ice cube at the first or first two days. Then compress your eyes warm towel in the next few days. The swelling will gone in at most one weak. The method is convenient and safe. Other way is to higher you pillow when you sleep. It will also help as it will promote metabolism.
  • James taylor

    05/18/2015

    Your eye area is even more susceptible to the negative impact of unprotected sun exposure. He resulting sun damage causes the skin around your eyes to lose its elasticity, which in turn allows more fluid to accumulate in the area. In addition, sagging skin just tends to look puffier. In that way, you can apply wet washcloths with ice water on your swelling eyes, then you will soon feel better. Moreover, you can try placing cool, wet tea bags on top of it. Moreover, topical and oral OTC medications containing both painkillers and anti-inflammatory agents can help with very painful sunburn swelling. Products containing aspirin, ibuprofen, and acetaminophen are popular choices, as many people find that these products provide faster relief for swelling and pain than alternative treatments.
  • Makayla

    05/18/2015

    Hi, the condition suggests angioedema which is due to hypersensitivity reaction.Drugs like amoxicillin, ACE inhibitors, stress, excitement, cold exposure, prolonged sitting or standing, and ingestion of certain foods can cause such reaction. This can also be seen with sun exposure in some individuals. She needs to avoid triggering factors. Photosensitivity can be decreased by avoiding direct sunlight or wearing protective clothing with sunscreen (SPF more than 15).
  • walker03andrea

    10/10/2012

    Swollen eyelid can occur if a person goes out in the sun without any protection and receives sunburns. Because of the skin on the eyelid is very sensitive. The best treatment for sunburn is preventing. You can put on sunscreen before going out into the sun, especially for lighter colored individuals are best. The higher the sun protection factor like SPE, the more protection it would provide. Or you can wear protective clothing and accessories, for example, wearing light colored clothing can help reflect the sunlight, or wearing sun hats and sunglasses to aid in preventing too much sun exposure.
  • Logan hall

    10/11/2012

    If you get exposure too much under the strong sunlight, you will easily get swelling eyes. However, you may need one week to let the eyes get recovery. During this time, you'd better not be in the strong light and not eat spicy food that stimulate the allergic symptom. You can also adopt the warm cloth on the eyes to release the swelling eyes.
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