8 Best Sty cures
8 Best Sty cures
What is Styrofoam?
Styrofoam is a red bump, like a fall, that forms on the outer edge of the eyelid. There are many small oil glands in your eyelids, especially around the eyelashes. Dead skin, dirt, or oil buildup can block or block these small holes. When the glands are blocked, bacteria can grow from the inside and form stains.
Symptoms of harassment include:
Pain and swelling
Increased tear production
A layer formed around the eyelid
Itching and itching
If your style is not painful, it may be chelation. The treatment for chalazion and styles is the same, but the treatment for chalazion may take longer.
Here are eight ways to speed up the healing process.
Use a hot compress
The most effective way to treat fever is a hot compress. Warming helps to level the pus and dissolve the pus and oil so that the stylus drains naturally.
Wet a clean cloth with warm water. Make sure the water is not too hot. Sleeve the cloth so that it is moist but not dripping. Then gently place it over your eyes for about 5 to 10 minutes. Do not try to squeeze or puncture.
You can do this 3 to 4 times a day.
Clean your eyelids with mild soap and water
Choose a tear-free baby shampoo and mix it with a little warm water. Gently wipe your eyelids using a cotton swab or clean wash cloth. You can do this every day until the styling is over. Cleaning your eyelids also helps prevent future eye contact.
Another option is to use a saline solution. It can help promote drainage and break down bacterial membranes.
Use a hot tea bag
Instead of using a warm cloth press, you can use a hot tea tag. Black tea works best because it helps reduce inflammation and has some antibacterial properties.
Boil water and drop the tag bag into its cup as if you were making tea to drink. Let the tea stand for about a minute. Wait until the tea bag is cool enough to hold over your eye, then hold it over your eye for about 5 to 10 minutes. Use a separate tea bag for each eye.
Take over-the-counter painkillers
Take ibuprofen or acetaminophen (Tylenol) to reduce pain. Follow the instructions on the package to make sure you’re getting the right dose. See your doctor if you are experiencing severe discomfort or interference with your daily activities.
Avoid using make-up and contact lenses
Avoid using makeup if you have the style. Makeup can irritate the eyes even more and delay the healing process. You can also transmit the bacteria to your makeup and tools and spread the infection to your other eye.
Wash your reusable brushes regularly. Throw out any eye product that is more than three months old.
If you wear contact lenses, stick to the glasses until your stitches are healed. Styrofoam can cause bacteria to come into contact and spread the infection.
Use antibiotic ointment
You can buy over-the-counter ointment at your pharmacy. To use these ointments, pull the lid off the affected eye and apply the ointment about a quarter of an inch inside the eyelid.
Avoid using steroids for your condition. They can cause side effects. Make sure that whatever product you use is used in the eye or in the eye. Also, there is little evidence that antibiotic eye drops work for the external eye.
Massage the area to improve drainage
You can massage the area with a lid wipe to promote drainage. Massage this area with clean hands. Once the style is out, keep the area clean and avoid touching your eyes. If it hurts to massage, stop.
Get medical treatment from your doctor
Your doctor may also prescribe an antibiotic cream for the infection. For inflammation, your doctor may give you a steroid shot to reduce the swelling. Sometimes styles need to be extracted professionally, especially if they are internal or affect your vision.
Can you pop the stylus?
Don’t pop, squeeze or touch any style. This may sound attractive, but squeezing will clear the pus and spread the infection. See a doctor if you have styling inside your eyelids. Your doctor can style their office.