Often, waking up from sleep, some girls pay attention to the fact that the upper eyelids are slightly swollen. This, of course, radically changes the image. There may be several reasons for the occurrence of this ailment.
Swelling of the eyelids can be a sign of conjunctivitis, a runny nose, or another common cold. It is worth noting that many pregnant women also suffer from this problem.
One of the common causes of swollen eyelids (both lower and upper) is excess fluid in the body. This often occurs as a result of a violation of water-electrolyte metabolism.
Long-term work at the computer, and even in insufficient lighting, can cause such a syndrome as oxygen starvation. Lack of oxygen in the human body, in turn, will provoke insomnia. The result is morning fatigue and swollen eyelids.
It is noteworthy that the use of cosmetics can also cause eyelid puffiness. This is especially true for sensitive skin types.
In an absolutely healthy girl, swelling of the upper eyelids can be caused by: improper (uncomfortable) position of the head during sleep, addiction to salty foods, alcohol abuse, smoking, chronic lack of sleep, overeating at night.
If you only have swelling of your upper eyelid, this may be a sign of a medical condition such as blepharitis. The cause of this ailment may be: impaired work of the glands located in the upper eyelids; allergic reaction; bacterial infection.
Edema, which occurs systematically and irregularly as a result of various abuses or sleep disturbances, can be removed with a variety of nutritious masks, massage.
Please note: the most preferable in this case are cosmetics based on extracts of cucumber and caffeine.
If the swelling of the upper eyelids is caused by a cold or an inflammatory process, then as a rule, instillation with special eye drops is suitable as a treatment. They include a vasoconstrictor substance. It can be antibacterial or antimicrobial. In any case, the treatment should be prescribed by the attending physician.
To avoid swelling of the eyelids, try not to consume excess fluid at night. It will also be advisable to use any diuretics: teas, decoctions, tinctures.
To treat the disease and relieve symptoms, you need to consult a qualified specialist. The attending physician, having studied the condition of your body, will prescribe a specific course, consisting of taking targeted drugs.