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A lack of essential fatty acids in your diet may result in flaky skin, which may also block your oil glands. Essential fatty acids are not produced by your body and must be consumed in your diet.

Essential fatty acids help the formation of healthy cell membranes, thyroid and adrenal activity, and support healthy skin and hair and hormone production. A lack of these fatty acids increases the risk of your skin becoming flaky, and thus increases the risk dead skin may plug your Meibomian glands and develop into a stye. You might be at higher risk of developing a stye if you suffer from blepharitis, or inflammation of the eyelids when the oil glands are blocked.

This may occur more frequently when you suffer from environmental allergies, such as allergies to pollen. In many cases, a regular cleaning routine to your eyelashes will help control the condition.

A stye is very similar to a chalazion. In the case of a stye, the inflammation and swelling is the result of a bacterial infection. A chalazion is triggered from some of the same risk factors discussed above, but the swelling does not include a bacterial infection.

A stye often resolves within a week with simple home treatments, while a chalazion will present with swelling and redness but not discomfort or pain. A chalazion is often larger than a stye and will be located under the upper lid and not along the eyelid.

The formation of a chalazion occurs when your oil glands are blocked and the oil forms a swelling. The lump is painless, often on the upper lid, and less frequently on the lower lid. You may experience tearing, mild irritation and blurred vision if the lump is large enough to press against the eyeball. A chalazion is more common in adults than children, while styes are more commonly found in children. These triggers are the same as those for styes and also include acne rosacea, seborrhea, viral infections and tuberculosis.

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Symptoms typically worsen over time as scarring in the lungs occurs. In acute silicosis, you may experience fever and sharp chest pain along with breathing difficulty. These symptoms can come on suddenly.

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