Eyebags or periorbital puffiness is a condition in which the tissues around our eyes are swollen. The swelling that develops under the eyes is what we call an eye bag because of its bag-like shape.
Eyebags generally develop as we age. Although it does not cause pain, the eye bag can interfere with your appearance as it makes the face look tired and older. Eyebags occur due to fluid accumulation resulting in weakening of the tissues around the eye, including the eyelid-support muscles.
One of the most common causes of eye bags is lack of sleep. This is because a lack of sleep tends to cause blood vessels under the skin to thin out and create a darker color. These enlarged blood vessels can cause fluid accumulation around the eyes, thus forming an eye bag.
In allergic rhinitis, inflammation occurs in the nose due to allergic reactions. Symptoms include sneezing and watery eyes, which can be accompanied by eye drops and dark circles below the eyes.