Swelling of the baby
Between the eyeball and the eye socket there isa layer of adipose tissue needed to perform the function of the shock absorber. In medicine, this layer is called periorbital fiber. From the skin of the eyelid it is separated by a so-called ophthalmic septum, which is peculiar to preserve it inside the orbit. A few years ago, scientists were of the opinion that swelling and bags under the eyes are formed as a result of stretching or sagging of the connective tissue membrane or due to the loss of its former elasticity. However, already in two thousand and eighth year the scientists managed to establish that bags under the eyes can appear for two reasons, namely because of the growth or edema of adipose tissue. If the appearance of bags under the eyes is caused by swelling, then in most cases they are especially strong after sleeping. Already towards evening they become almost invisible.
Causes contributing to the development of edema in children
We note immediately that there are plenty of such reasons. One of them is considered to be genetics. If this condition is passed to the child genetically, then it must necessarily be observed at least one close relative. To cause edematous periorbital fiber can also lack sleep, so that children need to be given as much sleep as they want. Salt is another common cause that contributes to the development of puffiness in children. It is very important that parents prepare not too salty food for their loved ones. Salt in the diet of the child should be little, since it is peculiar to detain water in the body. To cause puffiness of the eyelids can also very diverse pathologies. It can be like heart disease. and the ailments of the urinary tract, kidneys. liver. respiratory infections. allergic diseases, inflammation of the sinuses of the nose. The swelling of the eyelids can be observed in vegetative-vascular dystonia. low hemoglobin. increased intracranial pressure, metabolic disorders.
Quite often the eyelids swell and when excessivefatigue of the child, especially if he kept his eyes tight for a long time, sitting at a computer or in front of a television set or reading a book. Surprisingly, eyes can become swollen, even if the child has just a fair skin or has some peculiarities of the structure of the eyes. In such cases, through the skin of the eyelids, the capillary network appears, which causes the development of dark circles and swelling. In hot weather, the eyelids also swell quite often.
To rid the child of this pathologicalstate, one should pay special attention to his way of life. First of all, it is necessary to provide him an eight-hour sleep, as well as daily walks in the fresh air. The child must necessarily engage in some kind of sport, which can distract him from studying, and also strengthen the defenses of his body. If you have a computer at home, try to limit the child's stay after him. In the event that your child has any chronic pathology, it should be cured, and as soon as possible. From time to time, it is necessary to conduct courses of therapy and some herbal preparations that are endowed with a calming effect. Only by following all these rules, you will be able to save your child from bags, as well as swelling under the eyes.
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Oksana January 27, 2011 11:26
There was a certain period of time when ymy child is constantly swelling eyelids. This fact was associated with excessive fatigue. The fact is that in the third grade we transferred him to another school, the program in which was significantly different from the previous one. The child had a fairly long period of time to conduct lessons, which, of course, could not but affect his overall health. And he slept much less then. Well, nothing, we coped with this.
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