Large Eyelids Next Door But Not Painful?
Hello, this is the upper eyelid, why isn’t it loosening up even though I’m still young but it doesn’t hurt. Actually it doesn’t interfere with vision but it can just be embarrassing.
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The cause of the one-sided large eye is the deformity and structure of the mta lid which causes the size of the two eyes to appear asymmetrical. The one-sided large eye can afflict anyone and is relatively easy to cure if it does not occur due to an attack of certain diseases.
There are a number of possible causes of your outburst.
eye nerve disorders: Eye nerve disorders are often the cause of one-sided eyes, because when one nerve from both eyes suffers damage that is usually caused by chronic stroke or Horner's syndrome, the oxygen-containing blood supply cannot spread evenly and weaken blood vessels. As a result, the size of one eye becomes larger than the other eye. ptosis: a medical term that means a fall in the upper eyelid that occurs in only one eye. This condition arises due to the natural process of aging where the skin tissue begins to lose its flexibility and strength or it could be due to congenital birth defects Proptosis: prominent eye disease that is mostly caused by genetic factors that are claimed by the world's medical team as harmless eye cases. But it is different if the proptosis caused by an increase in glaucoma, hyperthyroidism or leukemia, the bulging eye disease can spread to a serious disease and must be treated intensively. wrong sleeping position: If you sleep too long and only in one position then the pressure that occurs in the eye will be severe, this condition is the cause of the one-sided eye due to obstruction of blood flow, pinching of nerves in the eye area and weakening the muscles around the eyes. this can cause fluid to concentrate on the eye tissue that was under pressure earlier, so that when awakened from sleep the eyes will swell, redness and look bigger than the eye next door. in fact if this is not related to a particular disease and does not occur when congenital it is likely that it will heal by itself. but if it has been several days or even weeks this does not improve you can see a doctor for an eye doctor to ascertain the cause of the complaint you are experiencing. so the doctor can examine immediately and provide treatment.
There are a few tips you can do:
you can compress with cold water in the eye area you can use glasses when going out of the house avoid holding the problematic part of the eye rest enough to avoid stress so the info I can give