Let food be your medicine! In India, food has been used to cure minor ailments for years. Learn how you can cure aches and pains, lifestyle conditions, minor skin and hair problems and common ailments at home!
Find Home Remedy
Tired eyes is one of the problems frequently occurring in the present-day world. In this condition, along with puffiness around the eyes, a person also suffers from heaviness in the head. Lack of sleep is one of the primary causes of tired eyes. Other causes include allergy, eyestrain, fatigue, conjunctivitis, excessive crying, inadequate supply of oxygen to the cornea and pollution. Its symptoms are heaviness in eyes, burning sensation, irritation and redness of the eyes.
Tired eyes Grate a potato with its peel and apply on your closed eyelids for about 20 minutes and relax completely. You may even take a nap. You will wake up feeling extremely fresh.
Eyes can become puffy if your body isn't properly hydrated. If the body is in lacking water content, it holds onto any water it receives, thus causing water retention and swelling. Be sure to drink at least eight glasses of water a day, and if you don't particularly like plain water, consider drinking one of the many varieties of flavored water. Keeping the body hydrated will help the eyes appear bright and awake, and also help reduce under eye puffiness.
Take 2 used teabags, refrigerate them for some time and place on your tired eyes for 20 minutes. Or boil some tea in a little water and let it cool. Dip 2 cotton pads in it and place the pads on each eye for 15 minutes. This is an effective treatment for tired eyes.
Place cucumber slices on your eyes for half an hour. And then wash your eyes with cold water.
If you have tired eyes, wash them with cold water several times a day. This treatment reduces inflammation, relaxes the eyes & provides relief from eyestrain & fatigue.
Dip two cotton pads in rose water and place them on your eyes for at least 20 minutes.
Lavender oil is also known to offer relief for tired and strained eyes. Add a drop of lavender oil to 500 ml of water and shake the solution well. Dip two cotton pads in it, squeeze out the excess water and place one pad on each eye.
All advice is intended to be for informational purposes only, and not a substitute for professional or medical advice and/or diagnosis/treatment. DesiDieter does not provide medical advice and is not a substitute for professional medical advice from a qualified healthcare provider.