Cried for an hour and a half, how does the eye detumescence? Can I have a cold compress.
Well, if you just finished crying, of course, you can apply a local cold compress to your eyes. If you feel uncomfortable on the second day, you can consider hot compress. The purpose of cold compress is to avoid swelling. The purpose of hot compress is to promote detumescence, but it is recommended to do it after 24 hours.
In order to promote recovery, first of all, don't continue to cry and prevent serious eyelid swelling. In addition, pay attention to rest, eat light food, don't eat spicy and irritating food, and use dexamethasone tobramycin eye drops under the guidance of doctors to promote the recovery and absorption of eyelid swelling.
If your eyes are crying and swollen, you can use cold compress. The crying swelling of eyes is mainly due to the excessive secretion of tears by lacrimal glands, resulting in the accumulation of tears on the eyelids. After the eyes are crying and swollen, the most direct and effective way is to use cold compress, but avoid frostbite caused by supercooled objects contacting the skin.