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Sunken eyes, tired look. Help

hai i am 27 years old eyes are gone inside due to continuously use of Computer because of my office works due to this .i sleep 6 to 7 hours a day. its gives me very weird look its seems that i am very much weight/height is 55kg/163cm. plz anyone can help me related to my problem. just advice me any medicine. i don t like Veg/fish and meals..thanks.
Asked On : Sun, 7 Oct 2012
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Ophthalmologist 's  Response
Hi, First of all you must increase your appetite and take lot of protein food and plenty of water.Do a routine blood examination to rule out anemia or any disease. Use some lubricating drops while working on computers and take breaks in between your work. Maintain a healthy diet.Do some exercise as you are doing sedentary work. This may help you to release tension and increase your appetite.Sleep at least 6-8 hrs a day but it should be sound sleep.Avoid using too much gadgets and give rest to your eyes as much as possible... TC
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Orthopaedic Surgeon, Joint Replacement Dr. Saurabh Gupta's  Response
Feb 2014
Sunken eyes can be a symptom of severe dehydration. This is because when a person suffers from dehydration, her skin loses its elasticity and it becomes dry too. The skin under the eyes is very thin and it becomes very transparent when a person is dehydrated.
Vitamin C plays an essential role in the formation of collagen, an important protein that contributes to the appearance and overall health of your skin.
In order not to worsen sunken eyelids and dark eye circles, it is crucial to increase iron in your diet. This can be sourced out from many foods.
Vit.K deficiency cannot only impair the formation of blood clots but also makes you more at risk to bruising once there is breakage of the capillaries. The blood that the broken capillaries will release is no longer oxygenated and this can lead in the formation of discoloration under the eyes.
You can actually solve these causes by looking into your nutritional daily requirements.
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