Light is what drives life. It's hard to imagine our world and life without it.
Usually, high pressure inside your eye causes this damage. Primary open-angle glaucoma (tunnel-like field of vision), and angle-closure glaucoma (eye pain, redness, nausea and vomiting, sudden loss of vision, blurred vision) have different symptoms. Favor: Healthy eating, green leafy vegetables, kale, spinach, broccoli, egg yolks, exercise regularly, drink plenty of water, wear sunglasses. Reduce:: Processed foods, baked goods, margarine, fried foods, cookies, pastries, crackers, caffeine.
Cataract – Ayurvedic Treatment
Opacification of the lens or its capsule sufficient to interfere with the vision of the eye is called a cataract. In Ayurveda, this disease is called Timira or Linga Nasha. Aggravated Vata is considered to be responsible for the manifestation of this disease. When the unctuousness and softness of the lens and its capsule are lost, it becomes opaque, and the rays of light coming from the object are unable to pass through this. Thereby, the perception of vision is impaired.
Inflammation involving the sclera. It is severe ocular inflammation, often with ocular complications, which nearly always requires systemic treatment, occurring more frequently in women . Purification of the body by followed by oral medicines for a minimum of 6 months to a maximum of 1 year is required for the cure depending upon
Most common refractive error of the eye. Myopia occurs when the eyeball is too long, relative to the focusing power of the cornea and lens of the eye. This causes light rays to focus at a point in front of the retina, rather than directly on its surface.
Dry Eye Syndrome
Usually, affect both eyes. A stinging, burning or scratchy sensation in your eyes in or around. Sensitivity to light with Eye redness and a sensation of having something inside eye.
Dr. Jasna's Ayurveda Therapies
Some of the Therapies are :
1. Nasya - Nasal drops – panchakarma procedure
2. Virechanam – Purgation therapy – a panchakarma procedure
3. Shirodhara – Drizzling of medicated oil on your forehead
4. Thalam - Application of medicated paste on the crown
5. Tarpanam – Retention of medicated ghee in the eyes
6. Putapakam – Retention of herbal juice in the eyes
7. Aschyothana – Eye cleansing with medicated water
8. Anjana – Application of collirium in the eyes
9. Karnapooranam - Eardrops