How should I sleep to reduce eye bags? Sleep on your back
To prevent gravity from taking over, sleep face-up to avoid fluid build-up. Consider supporting your head with an extra pillow as well—so long as it doesn’t prevent you from getting a good night’s sleep. Lack of sleep can also worsen under-eye bags.
Do eye bags from lack of sleep go away? While it’s not always possible to eliminate under-eye bags, the Mayo Clinic1 and WebMD2 have some suggestions: Sleep well—Get the proper amount of sleep for your age. Your entire body may feel better as a result. Adding an extra pillow may help fluid drain away from your eyes.
Why do I get eye bags when I don’t sleep? When you don’t get enough restorative sleep at night, your blood vessels dilate. This causes an increase in blood flow, and since the skin under your eyes is thinner, the dark tint caused by the increased volume of blood is more noticeable here. In other words, sleep deprivation causes dark circles.
Does Eyebags go away? In most cases, a lower eyelid lift gets rid of under-eye bags for life — it’s rare for people to need future touch-ups. However, says Desai, sometimes patients require multiple therapies to treat under-eye bags, such as combining laser resurfacing with filler or an eyelid lift.