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Simple Remedies To Get Rid Of Saggy Eyelids

  1. Using the Best Eye creams for lifting Eyelids

Dermatologists have noted that the best eye creams for eyelids are effective only when the cream is applied all around the eye. Patients tend to apply the best eyelid lifting cream only around the lashline. Since the layer of skin around the eyes is the thinnest of all parts, it is also more prone to aging due to loss of collagen and elastin. Therefore, for eyelid lifting creams to be fully effective, patients must apply the cream in full moon circles all around the eye. They are advised not to stray too close to the lashes to prevent the cream from entering into the eye.

Although each product varies in its composition, the best eye creams must contain the following active components:

  1. Vitamin A, C, and E to provide antioxidant protection
  2. Hyaluronic acid to reduce fine lines caused by dehydration.
  3. Caffeine-rich compounds to de-puff the eyes that got swollen due to a long night's sleep.
  1. Acupuncture.

If the sagging of eyelids is caused by certain neuromuscular conditions like Bell’s palsy or as a result of a stroke, acupuncture along with using best eye creams for sagging eyelids may help. An acupuncturist who has experience in neuromuscular conditions will place needles in certain areas of facial and scalp muscles to help re-innervate muscles in the face and thus, to stimulate atrophied muscles.

  1. Vitamin B12.

This essential nutrient is essential for neuromuscular function and correcting sagging eyelids. If you are a vegetarian or a vegan, you are more likely to be deficient in vitamin B12. Increasing vitamin B12 in your diet is very easy. Consuming more wild caught, cold-water fish like salmon, and mackerel, and grass-fed beef and free-range chicken gives you enough B12.

  1. Netrapana Therapy.

Ayurvedic Medicine is thousands of years old and is based on a balanced diet, lifestyle, and herbal remedies to treat a wide range of health conditions. The standard treatment for sagging eyelids is a combination of warmed ghee, salt, and essential oils poured over the eyes carefully by an Ayurvedic medicine professional. Not only is this practice soothing, but it can strengthen the nerves and muscles of the eyes and reduce the sagging.

  1. Eyelid Strengthening Exercises.

When ptosis or sagging of eyelids is caused by aging or reduced muscular strength, exercising the eyelids may help to improve the appearance of eyes and lessen the droopiness. The first exercise involves shutting both your eyes and placing a finger at the base of the eyelid and trying to open your eyes, by raising your eyebrows as high as possible. Repeat this exercise 10-15 times.

To do the second exercise, you need to stand in front of a mirror. Place your index fingers below your eyebrows and then raise them against the brow bone, and close your eyes. Blink 5-7 times and squeeze your eyes tightly together for five seconds. Repeat the exercise 10 times a day.

  1. Eat Eye-friendly Foods.

Beta carotene and other carotenoids are associated with good eye health. In addition to using eye creams for lifting sagging eyelids, those with ptosis should intake foods rich in beta carotene. Beta-carotene-rich foods are easily identified as they are brightly colored, and taste good. Look out for fruits and vegetables with bright yellow, orange or red flesh, like red peppers, papaya, sweet potatoes, squash, and tomatoes. Foods like carrot apple salad are wholesome and can complement any number of main dishes.

  1. Lutein.

Just in taking six milligrams of lutein each day, along with a healthy lifestyle and maintaining a diet that contains food rich in antioxidants and fatty acids have been proven to lower the risk of age-related macular degeneration such as sagging of eyelids by an average of 43 percent. Lutein is a powerful carotenoid, and the best source of lutein known is kale. Other leafy green vegetables also contain lutein. But by measuring cup for cup, it is found that kale contains more than twice the amount of lutein found in other green vegetables like turnip greens, collard greens or spinach. You can make a healthy and snack laden with nutrients with baked kale chips and some hummus.

  1. Avoid Eyestrain.

Eyestrain is a real big problem in today’s world. We spend so much time looking at computer and phone screens, focusing on one distance that emits abnormal blue light, that we strain our eyes. Simply using the upper eyelid firming cream will not work if you cannot reduce the strain on your eyes. When you are looking at an electrical device, it is important to look away from the screen, blink and refocus on something else 10 feet away, every 10 minutes for 30 seconds.

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