Why do you get swollen when you get a sunburn?



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    Swelling is your body’s reaction to the cell damage caused by sunburns. The affected area fills up with fluid to reduce the irritation caused to the cells. This is caused the inflammatory process, and it does help the body’s healing, although it can be annoying or painful.

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