- Sinus Infection: Eye puffiness can result from clogged or infected sinuses. Taking anti-mucus medication or draining your sinuses with a neti-pot can help solve this problem.
- Hay Fever: During allergy season, pollen and other allergens can cause eyes to feel itchy and puffy. Taking allergy medication can reduce this discomfort.
- Gravity: Unfortunately this universal force is not always our friend. Sleeping on your stomach or side can cause fluid to collect under your eyes. Changing your sleep position can help reverse these effects.
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