HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES FOR BLACK EYE

Red, blue or purple marks called bruises on the skin around  the eye by a fall or blow are called black eyes. Older people develops this condition very easily because the skin capillaries becomes  more fragile with age

Causes- Bruises occur when any impact damages tiny blood vessels , capillaries around the skin , causing them to leak blood in to the surrounding tissues. At first they look red purple , but as the body reabsorbs the blood pigments , bruises change colour to green, yellow, and brown before disappearing completely .
Symptoms- Pain and swelling
To take care of a black eye:
Apply a cold compress soon after the injury. Using gentle pressure, place a cold pack or a cloth filled with ice to the area around your eye. Take care not to press on the eye itself. Apply cold as soon as possible after the injury to reduce swelling. Repeat several times a day for a day or two.
Look for blood. If you see it in the white or colored parts of the eye, seek urgent care by an eye specialist (ophthalmologist).
Seek medical care immediately if you have vision problems (double vision, blurring), severe pain, bruising around both eyes, or bleeding in an eye or from the nose.
Apply warm-hot compresses. This may be helpful after a few days when the swelling has stabilized. Repeat several times a day for a day or two

HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES
ARNICA MONTANA 30-This medicine should be given immediately after injury
LEDUM PAL 30-Black eye from blow or contusion . Injury to the  nerves
SYMPHYTUM 30-Injuries to the eyes from blunt instruments , blows, knock. Pain in the eyeball

If the skin unbroken Arnica 1x , ten drops to one ounce of water , to be applied as lotion. If the skin is broken , a lotion of Hamamelis Q five drops to the ounce of water to be applied instead Arnica lotion 

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