In addition to shielding your eyes from dryness, foreign objects, and strain, the two layers of the thinnest skin on your body—the eyelids—also help your eyes rejuvenate. At the same time, you sleep by distributing tears evenly around them, keeping dust and debris out, and hydrating them.
On the other hand, drooping eyelids are not uncommon. Vision issues, aesthetic worries, and other health difficulties can result in severe instances.
To Correct drooping eyelids (แก้ ปัญหา หนัง ตา ตก, which is the term in Thai), you can raise and lower your upper eyelid using a muscle that is attached to it. To aid in this procedure, a more minor supporting power is used.
On top of that, your eyelids are raised from above by a muscle located just beneath your eyebrow. A drooping eyelid could result from injury or weakness to any of these three muscles or the tendons that attach them.
A drooping body part is called a ptosis, which means “falling” in Greek. The Greek word for “eyelid” (blepharoptosis) describes this condition in the eyelid.
Research shows that increasing circulation and nerve responses can be achieved simply by cleansing, warming, and delicately massaging the eyes. It also makes muscles softer and more flexible, preparing the eyelids for an intentional workout.
Basic Muscle Stimulation
Reducing ptosis may be as simple as using a stimulating instrument like an electric toothbrush or making focused eye movements.
The eyelid’s tiny muscles react to the brush’s mechanical pressure. Even if you try multiple methods simultaneously, set out a few minutes daily to stimulate your eyelids.
The National Stroke Association reports that if you drop your eyelids, you may find relief by making them exercise every hour. Raising your eyebrows, inserting a finger under them, and holding them up for a few seconds while attempting to draw them closed is a great way to strengthen your eyelid muscles. You can think of it as creating resistance when you lift weights. Eyelid muscles can also be worked by quick, forceful blinks or eye rolls.
Trataka Yogic Eye Exercise
The yogic eye exercise known as Trataka is well-known in the Ayurveda world for its benefits to the eyes and vision. This practice may be helpful since eyelid movement is associated with eye movement.
If you want to try this technique, close your eyes and stare at anything specific for as long as you can as your lids droop. Your eye muscles will be actively engaged when you do this.
Eyelid drooping is quite prevalent. They might get more robust with activity, and they’re usually just a result of becoming older. Incorrect Botox injections, injuries, or diseases could cause the hang if it’s more severe or develops rapidly. A variety of medicinal interventions have shown promise.