If your crush is nearby and you want to look more alluring, you may sport what’s referred to as the bedroom eyes. It is characterized by having half-closed or heavy-lidded eyes.  However, it’s a completely different story if you can’t help but be spotted with those bedroom eyes as your upper eyelids feel heavy.

This article will discuss some of the most common reasons for experiencing heaviness of your eyes. Feel free to repost this afterwards so that your family members and friends may also get to know these reasons.

Lack of Sleep

One of the most common culprits behind that heaviness of your peepers is failure to get a good night’s sleep. Basically, it’s your body telling you that you should spend 7 to 9 hours in dreamland. Needless to say, the quickest way to resolve heaviness of your eyes is by taking much-required sleep.

Stress

We all know that stress can leave the various muscles of the body feel fatigued, and that include your levator muscles — muscles that keep your upper eyelids open as necessary. Most especially if your day is a very hectic or toxic one, it’s very much likely for those levator muscles of yours to run out of energy to hold your upper eyelids open, thus causing them to appear droopy.

Dry Eyes

For various reasons, your eyes may not be able to get all the lubrication they need as a result of a decrease in the production of tears. This can cause your eyes to become half-closed in order to keep your peepers from ending up dryer. Having dry eyes can also cause discomfort, and it’s something that can cause you to squint.

Allergies

Do you have an allergy? Each time you are exposed to substances or agents that you are allergic to, it’s not unlikely for your eyelids to become swollen, causing your eyes to look like they could use a lot of restorative sleep. Having allergies can also leave your eyes itchy, water and bloodshot.

Eye Fatigue

Those bedroom eyes are definitely sexy, but not when your eyes are all red and watery. If your eyes feel heavy as well as burning or itching, then they must be fatigued. One of the most common causes of eye fatigue is failure to give your peepers plenty of rest. You can suffer from eye fatigue if you stare at an object for a really long time, such as a computer screen, television set , smartphone or book.

Aging

It’s no secret that the process of aging can cause skin to sag, thanks to collagen destruction. That is why your eyes may look half-closed more and more as the years pass by. Many beauty-conscious women cannot take such change to their eyes that’s brought about by aging, and that’s why they seek the help of cosmetic surgeons.

Blepharitis

Put simply, blepharitis is the inflammation of the eyelids. It can affect any one at any age, and it can be due to a skin condition or bacterial infection. No matter the cause, blepharitis can leave your eyelids swollen, reddish and itchy. You may also notice the formation of dandruff-like flakes on your eyelashes. There are home remedies available for dealing with blepharitis, although at times a doctor may recommend the use anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial drops.

Ptosis

There is a condition in which the upper eyelids droop, and it’s referred to by eye doctors as ptosis. It can be due to a number of things, and they are a localized eye problem, neurological issue or muscle disease. In cases wherein ptosis is affecting a person’s appearance or vision significantly, corrective surgery may be done.

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