Our approach to ayurvedic eye treatments

There are some ophthalmic diseases, which lead to blindness. But if treated in time, with the skill of experience, the sight can be protected; at least, minimize the deterioration. The right treatment helps preserve your existing eyesight and then make your visual organ healthy. This approach helps to protect and improve your vision. At Matha ayurvedic eye hospital, all treatments are customized for each patient by the treating doctor. The clinical-stage of disease, other systemic complaints, dietary regime, and habitual factors are considered before deciding on a care plan.

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The target disease areas selected by Matha ayurvedic eye hospital

From our experience, ayurvedic eye treatment can help in the following conditions:

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Ayurvedic eye treatments at Matha

The first super specialty referal treatment centre in ayurveda for eye treatment. From past experience, the following conditions have been selected as major target disease areas

Diabetic Retinopathy

Ayurvedic treatment for diabetic retinopathy

ayurvedic treatment for diabetic retinopathyEye treatments at Matha have methods to preserve existing eyesight for diabetic retinopathy conditions. DR is caused due to prolonged high blood glucose levels. In diabetic eye disease, abnormal blood vessels develop that can break, bleed, and leak fluid. Sometimes tiny bulges called microaneurysms may protrude from the vessel walls. This leads to leakage or oozing of fluid and blood into retina. This fluid causes edema in the central part of macula leading to diabetic macular edema. Regaining the lost ability to see depends on the clinical stage when a patient starts treatment. It is always important for a patient to start treatment as early as possible. It is also very important to maintain blood glucose, blood pressure and blood cholestrol levels. ayurveda treatment for diabetic retinopathy takes around 14 to 16 days. The clinical-stage when medications are started is a very crucial factor. know more about ayurveda treatments for diabetic retinopathy.

Systematic ayurvedic cure for diabetic retinopathy has three benefits:

  • It prevents the onset
  • It preserves the existing vision
  • It regains lost vision.

The stage when a patient starts treatment is very crucial. The outcome of treatment depends on it. This condition develops in anyone who has type 1 or type 2 diabetes. Type 1, is also known as insulin dependent diabetes. It is characterized by beta-cell destruction. It leads to absolute insulin deficiency. On the other hand, Type 2 is characterized by insulin resistance. This may be due to an insulin secretory defect that may lead to relative insulin deficiency. The longer a person has diabetes and the less controlled his blood sugar is, more likely are his chances to develop this eye complication. Diabetes mellitus destructs tissue surrounding the retina, including optic nerves. Retinopathy impairs optic nerves by damaging its conduction as well as integrity.Earlier the treatment, better the results. Matha had identified Diabetic Retinopathy as a core focus area right from its inception. Matha is the first ayurvedic treatment centre to introduce a protocol for the specialized screening, prevention, and treatment program for diabetic retinopathy.

I am Diabetic. Will this lead to Diabetic Retinopathy?

The first question most diabetic patients have is - will I get retinopathy? The answer to this question is not simple. It will vary from person to person. According to Ayurveda, factors contributing to the development of diabetic retinopathy are:

  • Chronicity of diabetes
  • Severity of diabetes
  • Hereditary factors
  • Body constitution – Dosha Prakriti
  • Environmental and occupational factors
  • Stress and strain
  • Poor control of blood sugar levels
  • high blood pressure
  • Dietary and other habitual factors.

Three stages in ayurveda treatment of diabetic retinopathy

Matha was the first ayurvedic hospital to chart out a new direction in ayurvedic treatment of diabetic retinopathy, which is now widely accepted and followed by all the ayurvedic physicians treating diabetic retinopathy.

The first stage of diabetic retinopathy starts as a complication of diabetes mellitus. It has no warning signs before onset. Proactive diabetic patients undergo regular eye checkups. Even if they have no sight problems. This helps to identify symptoms even before the start of loss of visual perception. We have identified the initial symptoms of retinopathy from past treatment experiences. Mild headache and eye strain while reading is main among them. Strain while working on the computer and watching T.V come next. Fullness is a warning sign. So is the heaviness of head and eye, particularly in the early morning. Hypersensitivity to bright light and watering of the eyes are also typical symptoms. Getting the opportunity to start treatment at this early stage is valuable. It helps prevent the disease altogether. Matha follows proven ayurvedic treatments for diabetic retinopathy in this stage. According to ayurvedic science, this is the initial stage of Kapha predominance. It is also known as Nethrabhyshyandha. The line of treatment is sira-sodhanam. Treatments like Nasyam, Gandoosham, kablam, etc. are more preferable than ophthalmic applications.

The second stage of diabetic retinopathy happens if it is not controlled during the first stage. Extend of this progress depends on the various contributing factors, described earlier. From our experience, there are typical symptoms at this stage also. They are blurring of eyesight and metamorphopsia. Burning sensation in the eye and photophobia are also seen. The primary pathological change seen in this stage is the dilation of vessels. Retinal vessels become congested. Blockages happen in the microvascular system of the retina. Retinal edema, hemorrhages, exudates, and neovascular changes are also common. Treatments starting in the third stage concentrate on two distinct aspects. A primary aim is to preserve and protect the existing ability to see. The second aim is to regain lost vision. According to Ayurveda, pitta is the predominant dosha in this stage. Pittasamana must be the line of treatment. The treatments done are Sirodhara, netrasekam, vitalakam aschotanam, and thalam. Strict dietary restrictions are also needed. Medication and diet control are not enough at this stage. Other precautions and care are also needed. For e.g., habitual factors like head bath, sleep, journey and abhyanga oil application. Only an experienced ayurvedic ophthalmologist can do it. Systematic treatment at this stage avoids further vision loss and complications. Matha has successful treatments to protect the eyesight of affected patients.

Ayurveda treatment for diabetic retinopathy is a very wise mix of preventive and curative measures. during the first and second stages.

In the third stage, patients experience severe problems. Macular hole, retinal detachment, and other degenerative changes are main among them. The disease has now turned to a complication. This happens when retinopathy is not treated in the second stage. Continuation of etiological factors is another reason for proceeding to the third stage. Now, a strict line of treatment is not possible. Ayurveda treatment for diabetic retinopathy varies according to complications. For e.g., Retinal detachment can happen when abnormal blood vessels associated with diabetic retinopathy stimulate the growth of scar tissue, which pull the retina away from back of eye. For complications of detachment, treatment is on a Vata predominant approach. Pitta is an important treatment consideration for neo-vascularisation. For fluid accumulation, Kapha is the primary treatment factor. Systematic and high-level ayurvedic treatments are to be tailor-made for each specific complication. Confirmation of expected results happens only after a detailed assessment of the patient.

The Preventive approach towards diabetic retinopathy

A preventive approach is the best ayurveda treatment for diabetic retinopathy. With each passing stage, the hurdles in treatment keep on increasing. For e.g., there are many advanced stages of diabetic retinopathy. Proliferative retinopathy is one among them. Here, circulation problems deprive the retina of oxygen. As a result, new, fragile blood vessels can begin to grow in the retina and into the vitreous gel that fills back of the eye.

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FAQ on ayurvedic treatment for diabetic retinopathy

I am a diabetic patient. Four months back, there was a sudden loss of sight in one eye. Immediately went to an eye specialist. He told me that this is a vitreous hemorrhage. As per the doctor's advice, I underwent laser treatment. There was a relief. After two months, the same repeated. This time, the doctor told a simple laser will not work out. Surgery is necessary. Why is it so? Can I avoid surgery by ayurvedic methods?

According to the Ayurvedic approach, this is a Pitta predominant pathological condition. This condition is that of the eye. By appropriate treatment procedures, you can we can protect eyes from further deterioration.

I am a diabetic for the last 5 years and it is under control. I used to go for eye checkups. To date, my eyes are perfect. But I have heard of ophthalmic complications of diabetes. Are there any preventive measures so that I can keep my eyes intact?

You are thinking in the right way. Of course, there are methods to protect your vision.

I am a diabetic patient. There is a little blurring while looking at objects. Is it a serious problem?

At present, it is not a serious problem. But it may lead to a serious condition if left untreated. There are ayurvedic treatments for diabetic retinopathy and to control this condition.

I am a diabetic patient. I am also suffering from diabetic nephropathy. There was a sudden blurring when looking at people. When I went for a checkup, the doctor told that there is bleeding in the retina. They suggested laser treatment. I am afraid of the laser. Is it dangerous? Is there any alternative in Ayurveda?

I am not a person to comment on Laser treatment. But in my practical experience, I can say that it is not dangerous. In Ayurveda, there are treatments to prevent retinal hemorrhage. Laser treatment seals the point of bleeding. But Ayurvedic treatments maintain the blood circulation through the vessels. So, there is a minimal tendency for bleeding.

I am diabetic for the last 20 years, and suffering from diabetic neuropathy also. 2 years back, there was blurring in one eye which increased over time. Twice, I underwent laser treatment. 5 months back, surgery was also done, but, even after all these, that eye is blind. Recently, when I went for a check-up, the doctor told me that the other eye also is also affected. I was very much afraid. Is there any treatment in Ayurveda for protecting my other eye?

Systematic Ayurveda treatment procedures can protect your better eye. Such treatments can also save the existing eyesight.

I am a diabetic patient having diabetic retinopathy (DR). I underwent Laser treatment four times. Even after that, eyesight is decreasing. Is there any treatment in Ayurveda?

Yes, there is treatment in Ayurveda. But a systematic approach is necessary. It includes restrictions in dietary and other habitual factors. You must undergo systematic treatment procedures such as Shirodhara, Netra tharpanam, etc. Pittasamana and chakshushya drugs are the medicine of choice for your condition.

I am diabetic for the last 25 years and under insulin therapy. I am having complications of diabetic neuropathy along with that of diabetic retinopathy for the last 8 years. I had hemorrhages several times in my eyes. I underwent Laser treatment 5 times in each eye. The last laser completed 3 months back. But this time, even after laser, the vision has not at all improved. Now the doctor is suggesting surgery. From his description, I understood that it is risky and there is no guarantee for the result. So I don’t like to undergo the surgery. I wish to have an ayurveda treatment.

I don’t think that surgery can save your sight. There is no guarantee of a complete cure in Ayurveda also. But, ayurvedic methods will not have any adverse effects. Instead, you can expect betterment only. Anyways, I hope you can live with medicine with eye sight under the guidance of Ayurveda.

I am a diabetic retinopathy patient. My visual acuity in the right eye is 6/60 in the right eye and 6/36 in the left eye. I underwent Laser treatment 3 times in the right eye and 2 times in the left eye. Is laser having any side effects? I am not interested in repeating the same treatment since my ability to see is not getting improved. Is there any alternative in Ayurveda?

Laser is a very advanced technology and so you need not be afraid of it. But, it is not the last word in your case. There are possibilities in Ayurveda. Systematic and scientific ayurvedic procedures can protect your eyes from deteriorating.

Macular Degeneration

Ayurvedic treatment for macular degeneration

macular degeneration ayurvedic treatmentMacular degeneration is now one of the major causes of blindness. It is now in the first place among the causes of blindness in the working group of the population. It is a degenerative eye disease where patients easily miss the early stage. This is because there is no serious visual problem in this very early stage. Hence it is important to see your eye doctor regularly to find early warning signs. As the condition progresses, patients experience wavy and blurred vision. The next stage is loss of central vision. Patients with advanced macular degeneration are considered legally blind. This is because even if rest of rest of retina is still working, and peripheral vision is maintained, it is not as clear as the central part. Victims become aware of this condition only when their visual perception starts getting affected. Our aim is to help in controlling distorted vision, blurring, and dark areas in the visual field for macular degeneration. Ayurveda treatment for macular degeneration last approximately 15 to 18 days for the management of this condition.

Symptoms of Macular Degeneration

  • Blurring and decrease in eyesight, especially distant vision.
  • Unable to look at a bright light, especially sunlight.
  • Certain areas in the visual field may be missing.
  • Patient sees a straight line as curved or zig-zagged.
  • The shape of the object may seem changed. i.e., sometimes objects are seen as large or small in size.
  • Darkness in the center of the visual field, so the patient would be unable to see the focusing object. The central darkness may increase in size and lead to total blackout.

The different visual problems cause confusion among patients. They have a lot of doubts.

Types of Macular Degeneration

Clinically, macular degeneration is described mainly under two heads:

  1. Dry ARMD (atrophic type)
  2. Wet ARMD (Haemorrhagic type)

Dry ARMD is usually gradual in onset leading to blindness. When examined, hard exudates seen on the retina. In the case of wet ARMD, the onset will be sudden and there will be haemorrhage in the retina. Choroidal neovascularization is a primary reason for neovascular age-related macular degeneration (or wet ARMD) and is responsible for majority of cases of AMD sight loss. There is another kind of macular dystrophy affecting children and young adults called juvenile macular degeneration. Juvenile macular dystrophy differs from age-related macular degeneration (AMD). AMD is seen as part of natural aging process whereas juvenile macular dystrophy is an inherited condition. The different forms of juvenile macular dystrophy are stargardt disease, best's disease and juvenile retinoschisis. Another type is myopic macular degeneration, that occurs in people with severe myopia. fluorescein angiography and optical coherence tomography (OCT) reports are relied for evaluating the type and presence of macular degeneration. intra ocular pressure is also monitored to determine the status of eye health.

Ayurvedic theory in the treatment of Macular Degeneration

Identification of the dosha predominance is a vital factor in ayurvedic eye treatment. According to ayurvedic theories, macular degeneration is a Vata-pitta predominant. In the case of dry type, the vitiation of Vata is more. So, Vata-Samana chikitsa concentrating on the head and eye is necessary to manage the case. For this, Brimhana nasyam, Siro vasthi, Siro Dhara, Nethra tharpanam, etc. are beneficial.

There is a very careful selection method for medicines used in treatments. The medicine varies according to the body constitution of the patient. Age, mental status, habitual factors, etc also play a vital role in medicine selection.

Other systemic diseases get considered while selecting medicines. In the case of the wet type, pitta is more predominant. So, this factor is also considered before selecting the medicines.

Pittasamana, chakshushya and Rasayana drugs are suitable for this. The treatment procedures should be mainly ksheeradhara, netrasekam, vitalakom, etc.

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FAQ on ayurvedic treatment for macular degeneration

I am a 58 aged old man. I am using reading glasses for the last 15 years. Two year back, I felt some changes in my ability to see. My eyelids, and other structures seem normal. When I focus on an object, it seems to blurred and straight lines curved. When I look at people, the face is not clear. When I went for a checkup, the doctor told that there is some problem with my retina, especially macula. According to his advice, I am using vitamin tablets and de-oxidants. But no considerable result till now. Can Ayurveda help me?

Yes. Ayurveda can do something. But it does not mean that we can cure the disease completely. As you know, it is a degenerative disease. With ayurvedic remedies for macular degeneration, we can arrest or delay the degeneration. So, we can control the deterioration of vision. Anyways, Ayurveda can save you from being blind.

I am 68 now. About 9 year back, I was seeing small dots and thread-like things moving in front of my eyes. The doctor told it is not a serious thing and to leave it off. But my complaints keep on increasing. Now, the doctor told me that an injection inside the eye may sometimes work out. That was also done. But no improvement. Is there any alternative in Ayurveda?

There is a degeneration of macula (the most sensitive part of the retina) of your eye. There are procedures in Ayurveda to strengthen the nerves. This increases the functional capacity of the eye. This helps you to experience better eyesight. So you can have a trial in Ayurveda.

I was quite asymptomatic until 2 months back. Then, there was a sudden dimness in my ability to see in the left eye. I thought it was a problem with my reading glasses. So I went to the optical shop, but no glass was suitable to improve my eyesigh. why is it so? Is there any serious problem?

Glasses are not a solution to all eye problems. There may be something wrong with your retina of the lens. Differential diagnosis is necessary to start treatment. So, after a detailed checkup. Have a diagnosis if there is cataract or any other retinal degenerative conditions.

I am aged 62 now and had a cataract in both eyes. 6 months back, I underwent cataract surgery in my right eye, but after the surgery, my eyesight became worse. Why is it so? The doctor says that my retina is weak. Now, I want to save my left eye. What should be done?

There are treatment procedures in Ayurveda to strengthen the retina. The treatment for retina and cataract is different. So you better undergo ayurveda treatment for your retina problem. Only after that, think of treatment for cataract.

My age is 50. I am a old lady using reading glasses for the last 5 years. I have no hypertension, diabetes or any other systemic diseases. Since one month back, I experience dimness in visual perception. Sometimes, the straight lines seem curved, especially the horizontal lines. Sometimes, I miss the steps while climbing the staircase. Is it a serious problem? I prefer ayurveda treatment.

It is the starting of a serious problem. It is the initial symptoms of macular degeneration. Since you are in the initial stage, the Chances of a positive result for the treatment are more. Immediate ayurveda treatment can save your eyes.

I am 48 year old businessman doing extensive travel. Nowadays, I find it difficult to face bright light and feel more sensitive to the light. In the bright light, I see small spots like or thread-like objects in front of the eyes. I consulted an ophthalmologist. He told that there is a possibility of macular degeneration in my eyes. I prefer ayurveda treatment for this problem. Is it possible?

According to Ayurveda, your problem is the ‘pitta-predominant’ condition. At present, it is not a serious problem. Systematic ayurveda treatment methods can treat this condition. So Start treatment immediately.

I am a patient of macular degeneration for the last 4 years. I am using vitamin tablets and anti-oxidants. 4 months back, there was a sudden loss of eyesight in the right eye and I can see only shadows. The examination confirmed bleeding in the eye . According to their instruction, I underwent laser treatment. Even after that, the vision has not increased. Can Ayurveda help me? I am also a diabetic patient.

Ayurveda can help you, but only medicine is not enough. Food habits, oil for the head are also important. We have to consider habits like sleep, bath, watching TV, etc. Overall management can save your eyes.

I am a middle aged man. When I look at an object, the center portion seems dark. The peripheral part is visible. Why is it so?

It may be due to macular degeneration. We can confirm by fundus fluorescein angiography (FFA) and Optical coherence tomograph (OCT). Fluid accumulation if present is controlled first. After that degenerative changes treated. This is the principle of ayurveda treatment.

When I look at straight lines, they seem curved. There is a general blurring of vision also. Is it a serious problem? Can ayurveda help me ?

It is the beginning of a serious problem. If you are prepared to take ayurvedic treatment procedures immediately, your eyesight can be protected.

Retinitis Pigmentosa

Ayurvedic treatment for retinitis pigmentosa

retinitis pigmentosa ayurvedic treatmentAyurvedic treatments help to delay degeneration for retinitis pigmentosa patients and support a normal life with medicine. Retinitis pigmentosa cannot be cured. The aim is to arrest the degeneration, preserve your eyesight and delay the progress of the disease. The treatments take around 16 to 20 days. Patients need to repeat the treatments and medications at home to manage RP. In this manner, the patient is able to lead a normal life, with the support of treatment and medicines.

I was told that Retinitis Pigmentosa cannot be treated. Can Ayurveda cure it?

This is the first question of any person seeking treatment for this condition. Let's be very clear on the prognosis. Retinitis Pigmentosa cannot be cured. However, systematic ayurvedic eye treatment can help to arrest the degeneration. The aim is to preserve the existing vision and to delay the progress of the disease.

Retinitis Pigmentosa is a very dangerous degenerative condition of the retina. So itself, prevention of the disease is not an easy task.

The disease has long but slow progress. If not handled in time by an experienced hand, it is capable of leading to blindness.

Degeneration of the retinal cells, especially the rod photoreceptors is the primary change. Later, the cone photoreceptors also get involved.

In most cases, night blindness will be the initial symptom. Later, there will be a decrease in the peripheral visual field. Also, the patient becomes the victim of colour blindness. In some cases, the central vision may persist until the last stage of the disease.

Stages of Retinitis pigmentosa in Ayurveda

According to ayurvedic theory, this condition happens in three stages.

  1. Stage of Kapha predominance (Kapha vidaghdha drishti)

    In this stage, the predominant dosha is Kapha and the main symptom is night blindness. The treatment focuses on Kapha sodhana. If treated otherwise, the patient ends in a dangerous situation.

  2. Stage of pitta-predominance with Kapha anubandha

    Here, other visual symptoms starts. Pitta also comes into the picture. A decrease in vision, decrease in the visual field, colour blindness, etc. will be the main symptoms. The patient undergoes pitta-samana treatment at this stage. According to the prakriti of the patient, and his habits, the treatment schedule may vary. Habits of the bath, oil application, sleep, journey, etc get rearranged. This is to support the treatment.

  3. The third stage of tridosha predominance

    In this stage, vata also get vitiated. We see symptoms of all the three doshas. would be a considerable decrease in ability to see, colour blindness, and also field loss. The patient will be in a stage where he cannot move freely. Only the central vision will be persisting in most cases. Here, Rasayana therapy should be the line of treatment. Vata-pitta samana, Rasayana and chakshushya treatments are advised. Lifelong medications and treatments are necessary to prevent blindness once the disease has attained this stage.

FAQ on ayurvedic treatment for retinitis pigmentosa

I am diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa. The diagnosis is confirmed by 3 different doctors. Now my age is 45. My eyesight is very poor. Night vision is the greatest problem. I can see only the central objects. Peripheral objects are not visible. All the doctors say there is no treatment for this. My sight is getting deteriorated day by day. Can Ayurveda help me in any way?

As you know, Retinitis pigmentosa is a very serious eye problem. We cannot cure it completely even in Ayurveda. But there is Hope. There are methods to strengthen the retina. This increases the functional capacity of the organ. Thereby, we can delay the deterioration/degeneration. Sometimes, we can arrest the progress of deterioration also.

I am a Retinitis pigmentosa patient. Now my age is 35. I am a lady bank manager. I have a son who is 5 now year old. I know that this condition is a genetic disorder and so I am afraid of my son’s vision. He is having some problems with distant-vision and using myopic glass at present. Is there any method to protect his eyesight?

First of all, we have to diagnose whether your son is having Retinitis pigmentosa or not. Sometimes it may be only myopia. Anyways, ayurvedic treatment for retinitis pigmentosa to increase the health of the visual organ is available. They can protect his vision. Since he is a young boy, we expect the maximum result.

Glaucoma

Ayurvedic treatment for glaucoma

glaucoma ayurvedic treatmentSystematic ayurveda eye treatment helps to lower the pressure in eyes for glaucoma patients. They are able to protect and manage their eyesight with medicine. Matha ayurveda eye hospital provides authentic ayurvedic therapies and medicines prepared in traditional processes. A full course of ayurveda eye treatments normally lasts for roughly 16 to 18 days.

Glaucoma is a condition in which the intraocular pressure of eye increases. There are changes in the retina, especially in the optic disc.

These changes are enough to derange the functional system of the eye. If it progresses, it is capable of leading to blindness.

Types of Glaucoma

  1. Open-angle Glaucoma or simple chronic glaucoma

    It is a silent enemy. The onset is gradual and without considerable symptoms. Hence, most patients are unaware of the development of the disease. In a very early stage, there will be no visual symptoms. Mild headache, the heaviness of head are common. Feeling of fullness in the eye more in the morning or evening is also seen. Visual symptoms also start to develop. A decrease in distant vision is one of them. A decrease in the visual field, especially, peripheral is another main symptom. As the symptoms increases, the patient moves towards blindness.

  2. Closed-angle Glaucoma or acute congestive glaucoma

    Here, the onset is sudden. Redness of eye and congestion of vessels are the main symptoms. Severe pain, photophobia, and headache are also seen. If not handled with care, there are chances of loss of eyesight within a few days.

Ayurvedic Theory on the treatment of Glaucoma

In Ayurveda, glaucoma comes under the head – Adhimandha. Next, confirmation of predominant dosha and associated symptoms take place. This leads to, classification as vatadhimandha, pittadhimandha, kaphadhimandha, or rakthadhimandha. The treatment for each condition is different from one another. Analysis of Signs and symptoms of each case happens on the basis of the tridosha theory. Next, doctors confirm the predominant dosha. Only after that, ayurvedic eye treatment starts. That means treatment may vary from one individual to another.

In vatadhimandha, Vata Samana and Snigdha therapies are preferable. In pittadhimandha, doctors administer pitta rakta sodhana therapy. In kaphadhimandha, doctors administer Kapha sodhana and Siro virechana procedures. In rakthadhimandha, rakthasodhana should be the first choice. Internal medicines, generally sodhana in nature also is compulsory. Appropriate dietary schedule and regulations in other habitual factors also are necessary.

FAQ on ayurvedic treatment for glaucoma

I am a glaucoma patient using eye drops for the last 6 years. Even the I.O.P (Intraocular pressure) increased and my eysight is decreasing. Is there any treatment in Ayurveda?

In your case, a systematic approach is necessary. Before external ophthalmic medications, a systematic sodhana treatment such as panchakarma is useful. After that proceed with specific ophthalmic procedures. They are Anjana, jalaukavacharanam, tharpanam, etc.

My eye pressure is 32 mm/Hg in the left eye and 44 mm/Hg in the Right eye. For the last 5 years, I am using eye drops for glaucoma. 3 years back, I had undergone surgery for the same complaint. Still, the pressure is not controlled. Now, my vision is getting deteriorated. Can I save my sight by ayurvedic methods?

Ayurvedic methods can arrest the deterioration. But, you must take medicine for a very long period. The treatment includes external medication as well as internal medicines.

I am a glaucoma patient and using anti-glaucomatous drops for the last five (5) years. I.O.P (Intraocular pressure) is under control, but the eyesight is decreasing. Can Ayurveda help me?

Since your I.O.P is under control, it is easy to take the necessary measures to improve your ability to see. For this, internal as well as special ophthalmic procedures are there in Ayurveda.

I am suffering from glaucoma and am under medication for the same. Now, I am not able to see the peripheral object. I see only central objects. I did a field test. It confirmed peripheral field loss. Is there any treatment in Ayurveda?

Field defect is one of the major problems in glaucoma patients. According to Ayurveda, it is due to the vitiation of Vata. Due to Vata predominance, your retina is getting weak and degenerated. Ayurveda can control the vitiation of Vata and thereby strengthen the retina. This type of management will benefit your eyes.

Myopia

Ayurvedic treatment for myopia

myopia ayurvedic treatmentAyurvedic eye treatments for myopia improves vision in a step by step and phased manner. For simple myopia, the duration would be between 14 to 16 days. For degenerative myopia, it takes a bit longer - around 16 to 18 days. know more about treating simple myopia and degenerative myopia in Ayurveda.

Am I suffering from Simple Myopia or Degenerative Myopia?

Myopia, otherwise known as shortsightedness is a common condition, known to almost everybody. But the term ‘Degenerative Myopia’ is unknown to most. Myopia is of two types :

  1. Physiological myopia or simple myopia
  2. Pathological myopia or degenerative myopia

Among these, degenerative myopia is the most dangerous. Here, the eyesight will keep on decreasing. It is not simply due to the anatomical variations of the structures (cornea, lens, etc.). But there will be degenerative changes in the retinal layer in this condition.

There is a common misunderstanding among parents about myopia in children. The trend is to see if the power of glass is decreasing. But, we need to see the visual acuity. i.e., if the child is getting full correction with glasses. The first aim is to get full correction with the present glass. Then the aim is to decrease the power of glass by increasing the functional capacity of our eyes.

Stages of Myopia

In the initial stage, there will be correction with glasses. So, the patient will be unaware of its seriousness.

Most often, change of glasses happens once in a year and sometimes once in six months (about -1 to -1.5 at a time). After a particular stage, there is no further correction with glass. Only in this stage, the patient becomes aware of the seriousness of the condition.

By this time, the power of glass would have reached around -10D. Now, the patient starts to think of alternative methods other than glasses in this stage.

Other than decreased distant vision, there are other associated symptoms also. They are eye strain, pain in the eye and headache. Floaters (moving dark spots in front of the eye) and watering of the eyes are also seen. Difficulty to face bright light and flashes of light in front of the eyes are also indications.

After this stage, the disease may turn to a complicated stage. There are possibilities for retinal detachment and optic atrophy. These pathological changes are capable of leading to blindness.

There are certain other non-myopic complaints that may arise alongside.

Myopia in children: Expectation vs reality

A common mistake among parents in assessing myopia is to rely only on the power of glasses. The expectation among parents is: "lower the power, better the status of eyes". This is true. But only to a certain extent. A fundamental truth is being missed. We are NOT focusing on the power of the child's eyes. We are concentrating only on the power of glasses.

To have a correct assessment, we need to follow a three-pronged approach. Data on three aspects are vital :

  • Visual acuity of eyes without glasses
  • Visual acuity of eyes with glasses
  • Finally, the power of glasses

Let's try to understand visual acuity. It is a numerical value given to the power of your child's eyes. Not of the glasses that he is using. The difference between the two is important. The ideal value of Visual acuity (or VA) is 6/6 in the Indian system. In the Western system of medicine, it is 20/20. Getting the VA of eyes without glasses is the first step.

The next step is to determine the visual acuity with the existing glass. Is the child getting 6/6 eyesight with glass? If yes, it means that he is getting a full correction. In this situation, the sight problem may be minor and usually termed as simple myopia. Ayurveda treatment for simple myopia is easy. Younger the child, better the result. This is true until the age of 15. Beyond that age, results are not that easy to come by.

If a full correction is not achieved with glass, then it may be a degenerative condition. This is a serious condition and requires immediate medical attention. We need to look at the history of the rate of degeneration. Usually, a high rate of degeneration is common. This condition may usually be degenerative myopia. Ayurveda treatment for degenerative myopia is not as easy as simple myopia. Here, the first aim is to arrest the rate of degeneration. Only after achieving this, will we be able to start with reversing the damage done.

Ayurvedic Treatments for Myopia

Ayurveda can offer good results in the treatment of simple and degenerative myopia. The hospital and clinic has a dedicated department for providing ayurvedic eye treatment for children. That is a reason why during vacation times, you will find a very big crowd of children at Matha. According to ayurvedic principles, it is a Vata-Pitta predominant drishtigatha rogam. The line of treatment is Rasayana and chakshushya. The procedures strengthen the sclera and arrest degenerative changes in the retina. On undergoing proper ayurvedic eye treatment, significant improvement in ability to see happens.

It is wise to remember that prevention is always better than cure. We have compiled a list of Eye care tips for children. These tips will help you maintain good eyesight and prevent the need for treatments.

FAQ on ayurvedic treatment for simple myopia

My age is 22 and I am a myopic patient for 4 years. Now I am using -7 D glasses in Right eye and -8 D glasses in the Left eye. I have to work in front of a computer for more than 8 hours per day. Now, I am not able to work that much time. There is tiredness. Sometimes, floaters and flashes of light are also present in the eyes. Is it dangerous? Is there any treatment in Ayurveda

The recent symptoms say that your eyes are very weak and the nervous layer is getting damaged. It is serious. You need to undergo treatment. There are Ayurvedic methods to save your vision.

I am a myopic patient from childhood and using spectacles. Now, I see small dark spots and threads are moving in front of the eyes. What is it? Doctors advised me to neglect it, but I am afraid of it. Can we remove it by ayurveda treatment?

The new symptoms point to a serious problem in the future. Do not consider it “simple”. You need to be ready to undergo systematic Ayurvedic treatments. Also, you need to SPEND TIME for treatment. If so, YOU CAN PROTECT YOUR EYES.

I am myopic from childhood. I am using spectacles (glasses). Last time, I did not get correction to 6/6 with any glass. So, I am not able to see distant objects even with glass. Is there any treatment in Ayurveda?

It means you are suffering from Degenerative myopia. Also, your nervous layer is getting involved in the pathology. Don't worry. Ayurveda can help you.

I am a a 22 year old man and I am myopic from childhood. I have been using glass for the same. At present, -14 in Right eye and -12 in the left eye. Six months back, there was a sudden loss of eyesight in the right eye. Doctors confirmed a detached retina. I underwent surgery for it. There was a slight improvement. (C.F – 3 meters). There is no improvement in with glass. Why is it so? Doctors told that I have to be careful with the left eye. How to be careful? Is there any treatment in Ayurveda to protecting my left eye?

Of course there are methods. Glasses can correct only the refractive error. It has nothing to do with the retina. Now, your retina seems affected. That is why eyesight is not improved with glasses.

I am a myopic patient from the age of 10. In the beginning, I was using a glass -0.5 D in the right eye and -0.75 in the left eye. My present power of glass is -8D in the right eye and -9D in the left eye. Now I my age is 22. Why is the power of my glass increasing? The blurring is there even with glass. The doctor has told me that there is no use of changing the glass further. What should I do to protect my eyesight?

Yours is Progressive myopia. Glasses cannot prevent the progress of the disease. It can only help in refraction. You can strengthen your eyes by Ayurvedic methods.

My age is 20. I am using glass with -11D and -12D. Two year back, I consulted an ophthalmologist. Then they told that if my eyesight is constant for 1 year, we can go for laser treatment. But, it was not under control. Every 6 months period, I have to increase the power of my glass. Is there any method in Ayurveda to keep my eyesight at least constant?

You need not worry. Ayurveda treatment for myopia can help you in this aspect. By systematic ayurvedic methods, your sight can be constant. There are chances of improvement also.

My son is 6 year old now. He is not able to read on the blackboard in the classroom. An Eye specialist prescribed spectacles during the consultation. Is it a treatment? Can we remove the spectacles after some time?

your child is having myopia. Since he is only 6, there are higher chances for positive results. Your son needs a combined treatment along with eye exercises and internal medicines. He will also need Special ophthalmic medications. All these will help your child to remove the spectacles.

I am a 20-year-old boy and am using spectacles (glasses) for short sight for the last 10 years. Every year, the power of the glass gets increased. Why is it so? Can we stop it?

To change the glass every year means your disease is progressing. It is not simple myopia, but pathological in nature (degenerative). Glass is not a permanent solution for this type of myopia. Ayurvedic Treatments to overcome degenerative changes or at least to arrest degeneration is necessary. There are successful medicines for this purpose in Ayurveda.

I am using contact lenses for short sight for the last 6 years. Now, I see flashes of light in front of the eyes. I am afraid of it. Is it a serious problem? Can Ayurveda cure it?

Seeing flashes is not good. According to Ayurveda, it is due to pitta vitiation. If it is increasing, there is a possibility of even retinal detachment. Ayurveda can help you in this condition.

FAQ on ayurvedic treatment for degenerative myopia

My son has now reached the age of 8. We noticed his problem when he was a six year old boy. The doctors told me that it is a serious type of myopia and prescribed -5.00 glasses in both eyes. We got advice about laser treatment. But that treatment is possible after attaining the age of 18. We also need to change the glasses until then whenever necessary. Every year, he has to change the glass. Now, it is -8.5 in one eye and -9.5 in the other. Is there any treatment at least to prevent the progress of the disease in Ayurveda?

Yes. There is. There are methods in Ayurveda to prevent the progress of degenerative myopia. There are treatments to increase the eyesight also. It is a systematic and scientific approach. This approach includes internal medicines as well as external treatment procedures.

My daughter is 12 years, now using glasses -6.5 in the right eye and -7.5 in the left eye. She is not able to read small letters even with this glass. Doctors are not suggesting any methods other than using spectacles. In our experience, vision is decreasing. Can Ayurveda protect the vision of my daughter?

Of course, Ayurveda can help you. There are treatments in Ayurveda to strengthen the retina and to improve the vision. The condition is to be analyzed on the ayurvedic basis and select an appropriate line of treatment.

I am now 18 year old and my glasses are -10 and -11 in R.E and L.E. It started from -2 in both eyes by the age of 7. Vision is clear with the present glass. There is a headache and eye pain while reading for a long time and working on a computer. I am afraid whether I can continue my studies. Is there any treatment in Ayurveda for the above condition?

Ayurvedic treatments for myopia can help you in many ways. There are internal medicines and external medications for the eye. There are very specific treatment procedures to protect your eyes. Doctors decide medicine after analyzing the problem on the basis of ayurvedic principles. Inpatient treatment will also be necessary.

I am working as a project manager in a software company age 35. Now I am using -10 and -12.5 power glasses in the right eye and left eye. Vision is not corrected even with this glass. I am afraid. If the condition is progressing, I will not be able to continue my work. What should I do?

You have to follow ayurvedic treatments. This can protect your vision in such a way that you can continue your works and have a good future. You have to take internal medicine and also undergo inpatient treatment.

Keratoconus

Ayurvedic treatment for keratoconus

keratoconus ayurvedic treatmentAyurvedic treatments activate the glands to ensure normal secretion for moistening the visual organ. It undergoes a thorough rejuvenation and is made healthy so that the natural mechanism of tear secretion is restored. The lifestyle and profession also have an important role in the development of this condition. It takes between 12 to 14 days to complete a full authentic course of treatment.

Keratoconus is a condition in which the cornea of the eyeball becomes conical in shape. The shape of the cornea is spherical. The change in shape may be congenital (by birth) or acquired (developed later). The main reason for this condition is the progressive thinning of the cornea. The curvature of the cornea has an important role in refraction. This curvature focuses the light rays on the retina. Thereby eyes maintain a normal ability to see. Any defect in the shape will create visual problems. We cannot correct such problems with glass or even by contact lenses.

Ayurvedic theory on treatment for Keratoconus

In Ayurveda, this condition gets diagnosed as the vitiation of vata. This affects the cornea. So, doctors select vata samana treatments for the management of keratoconus. The aim of the treatment is :

  1. To strengthen the cornea so that it will not bulge outwards and will keep the normal shape.
  2. Improving the functional capacity of the organ and nervous system to improve eyesight.

Ayurvedic Eye Treatment follows the various methods as described below :

  1. Internal medicines

    Selected according to the condition of the patient and clinical stage of the disease.

  2. External treatment procedures

    There are various treatment procedures for keratoconus. Aschotanam, Netra tharpanam, and putapakam are useful in keratoconus. The medicines for these procedures should are selected by an experienced hand only.

  3. Practice scientifically arranged eyeball movements so that the shape of the eyeball can be kept intact.

All the above three steps together will serve the purpose.

FAQ on ayurvedic treatment for Keratoconus

I am a IT professional, age 26. I am using myopic glasses from the age of 12. The power of my glasses was increasing. Two years back I went for a routine checkup. Doctors confirmed that my eyesight is not getting corrected with glass. After detailed investigations, they confirmed the diagnosed as keratoconus. Doctors say that keratoplasty (corneal transplant) is the only solution. But, I am afraid of it. What should I do?

By different systematic ayurvedic treatment for keratoconus, we can improve eyesight. Also, we can arrest the complications arising out of keratoconus without surgery. A thorough inpatient level management will be necessary for it.

I am working in a bank and am 32 now. My eye problem was diagnosed as keratoconus four years back. Now, there is a headache and blurring of vision and eye pain while working on the computer and while reading. I find it very difficult to go on with my works. Is there any solution in Ayurveda?

By ayurvedic approach, headache, eye pain, blurring, etc can be controlled. Eyesight also can be improved to some extent. We hope that you can continue your career without any problems if you follow ayurvedic remedy.

Dry eyes

Ayurvedic treatment for dry eyes

dry eyes ayurvedic treatmentAyurvedic treatments activate the glands to ensure normal secretion for moistening the visual organ. It undergoes a thorough rejuvenation and is made healthy so that the natural mechanism of tear secretion is restored. The lifestyle and profession also have an important role in the development of this condition. It takes between 12 to 14 days to complete a full authentic course of treatment.

Dry eye is very common nowadays. The main symptoms are foreign body sensation and itching in the eyes. Patients also feel dryness and occasional redness. Symptoms flare up especially while exposure to light and dust, pain in the eyes, and eyestrain.

Gradually, it leads to blurring of eyesight and difficulty to focus on bright objects and even unable to work on the computer for a long time. In most cases, disturbed sleep is an associated symptom. The reason for dry eye is varied. Overwork with eyes, stress, and tension, defective tear secretion, damage to the surface layer of the eyeball, atmospheric pollution, a systemic disease that may influence the fluid system of the body, etc are some of them.

It leads to blurring of sight and difficulty to focus on bright objects. Patients are unable to work on the computer for a long time. In most cases, disturbed sleep is an associated symptom. The reason for dry eye varies. Overwork with eyes, stress, and tension are some of them. Defective tear secretion, damage to the surface layer of the eyeball is also caused. Atmospheric pollution is an external reason for dry eyes. Even systemic disease that influences the fluid system of the body, is a reason for dry eyes. According to ayurveda theory, it may be due to pitta imbalance or vata imbalance. Due to all the above factors, Ayurvedic Eye treatment for Dry eyes has to be carefully selected.

The aim of ayurveda treatment for Dry Eyes

  1. Clear the channels to maintain circulation and nourishment of the structures.
  2. Activate the glands to ensure the normal secretions for moistening the eyes.

There are many ayurvedic treatments for dry eyes. Sirodhara, brimhana nasyam, sirovasthi, Netra tharpanam, etc are the main among them. Doctors select medicines for treatments with due care. The clinical stage of the disease and prakriti of the patient determine the selection. The basic reason for this disease is also a vital factor in this selection.

Please note that if this eye syndrome becomes progressive and worse, the chances of infection are very high. Then the treatment will be tougher.

FAQ on ayurvedic treatment for dry eye

I am a 48 year old lady and using a reading glass. I do yoga regularly. There is a foreign body sensation in my eye. In the early morning, when I wake up, I face difficulty to open my eyes. There are occasional redness and pain along with symptoms of itchy eyes. When I consulted an ophthalmologist, he informed that I am having “Dry Eye”. He prescribed artificial tears for external applications for permanent use. Is there any treatment in Ayurveda for Dry eyes?

There are treatments for dry eye in ayurveda. It is not a simple external eye drops, but a systematic approach. It includes oil application, nasal drops, and external medications. Tharpanam, sekam, aschotanam, etc are main among them along with suitable internal medicines.

Floaters

Ayurvedic treatment for floaters

eye floaters ayurvedic treatmentAyurveda eye treatment for floaters targets the particular pathology or reason behind floaters. Hence the root cause of floaters is treated. The medications are selected by treating doctors based on this pathology that caused floaters. To complete a course, please be prepared for between 12 to 14 days.

Patients experience floaters as small dark spots in the visual field. Other shapes are also seen. Floaters are free moving. In eye treatment, this is a very subjective symptom. Doctors rely only on patient words to check the intensity of floaters. Systematic ayurvedic eye treatment solves this problem only after considering its root cause.

Floaters are present in my visual field. Doctors asked me to ignore it. what should I do?

This is a very common experience of patients suffering from floaters. Floaters are symptoms of typical pathological conditions of the eye. They are a warning that our eyes need treatment. Floaters manifest in high myopia, degenerative myopia, and dry eye conditions. They are also seen when thinning of retina or degeneration of retina occurs. Certain symptoms, if associated with floaters show the seriousness of the clinical stage. Headache, blurring of vision, eye pain and hypersensitivity towards light are such symptoms.

In ayurveda, floaters get diagnosed as a vata predominant ophthalmic condition. The association of pitta or Kapha is also seen. Confirmation of the exact diagnosis and clinical stage happens during the first phase of treatment. In the next phase, treatment is NOT for floaters. Treatment is for that particular pathology which caused floaters. So, the source of floaters is vital before starting of ayurvedic treatment. In the third phase, the strengthening of eyes happens to prevent further onset.

Why ayurvedic treatment for floaters varies from person to person?

Ayurvedic treatment for floaters varies from person to person. The reason is simple. The source of floaters is different for each person. Matha ayurveda eye hospital has a successful treatment protocol for treating eye floaters. Treating the reason for floaters is our primary aim. On achieving this goal, floaters get cured.

FAQ on ayurvedic treatment for floaters

My son, aged 16 complained of seeing dark dots in front of his eye since one year back. He was using glasses from the age of 10. At present, -4 .00 is the power in both eyes. Doctors say that it is floaters. We are worried about this condition. I wish to take ayurvedic eye treatment for floaters. What result can I expect?

If you are ready for a systematic ayurvedic remedy, you can expect a good result. Floaters can be subsided. Since the age of the patient is only 16, there is the possibility of improving sight and reducing the power of the glass. Your choice will definitely help you.

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Matha ayurveda eye hospital reviews

These are a few random excerpts taken from reviews written about our hospital on reputed online websites

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Sany Ravi, Canada

2 years ago- I am posting this review late but just wanted to make sure I post a note about this really amazing place.. I am from Canada and I was suffering with a swelling inside of my eye for more than 3 yrs.. During the 3yrs yrs of treatment here in Canada I was put on various steroid drops n injections that made my body deteriorate realky bad. I heard about Matha eye clinic through one of my friends and I just wanted to try it coz I was exhausted with the medications here.. I called the hospital and spoke to Arunjit who managed all the appointments.. He booked me in immediately and I travelled to India withing a week. I met the Doctor (Dr. Shanthakumari) the first day and she kinda immediately knew what I was going through and she told me that my treatment would start the next day... That was so promising the way she spoke to me.. The treatment started the next day and honestly I started to feel the difference in my eye within the first 4 days.. The people in the hospital (Duty doctors, therapists and even the interns) were amazing and they took care of my really well.. My treatment was for 3 weeks and I was amazed at how my eyes were feeling by the 3rd week.. It's def a magic what they do to you. End of my treatment I was given all the medicine I would need for the next 3 months as I was travelling back to Canada. The price is very reasonable (stay and medication). It's almost 3 months now since I came back home and I feel so good.. This hospital is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!! THANK YOU ALL FOR HELPING ME GET BACK TO NORMAL!!!

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Elizabeth Mohlmann, France

My name is Elizabeth. I have been diagnosed with wet AMD some years ago. I have been to the Matha Eye Hospital for treatment on a number of occasions. With the very professional treatment of Dr Santhakumari the treatment visits have been totally successful. The medication , staff and all the facilities are excellent. I would strongly recommend this to any person with an eye condition.

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Shiva Kumar, India

Reaching the hospital was the hardest part, as I was asked to get admitted at a unit in Moongode and not the city unit. After reaching there, the hospital facility was perfectly safe and secure even for kids. The staff was caring during treatments. The doctors had explained in detail about the expected costs and expected results. I am perfectly satisfied with the results of treatment.

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Krishnamoorthy Nambiar

I am a retired engineer from engineering service. I was having a problem of loss of central vision. Earlier, I was not able to see the face of people. But, peripheral vision was somewhat better. I had already undergone laser treatment two times and injection inside the eye two times. But, the result was not satisfactory. So, I had turned to Ayurveda for further management. Matha Ayurveda Eye hospital was introduced to me by one of my friends. The systematic and scientific approach of treatment in the hospital is really appreciable and admirable. Now, after eight months, (including) 18 days of inpatient treatment, I am able to read, to drive and to do my computer works. I am really happy and satisfied.

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Laju Xavier, Bangalore

Was recommended by my friend to get my son's eye checked up. The experience that we got was amazing results. From the day Dr. had started the treatment, my son's headache and other issues related to the eye slowly started to go. During the stay at the hospital, he had a good time and there is visible improvement in the sight. I would definitely recommend my friends and family to Matha Ayurveda Eye Hospital in case of any eye related treatment based on my personal experience.

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Lovetwilight S

My mother was admitted in the Moongode unit for ailment of severe eye pain and loss of eye sight. I had consulted even the premier hospitals (Alopathy) but they were of the same opinion that the disease cannot be cured and that eye sight will be lost in the course of time. As a last resort, my family friend advised me to consult at Matha Ayurveda Eye Hospital. My mother was given inpatient treatment for 21 days and I am really thankful to Dr Santhakumari and her dedicated team for the sincere treatment and my mother is now better than ever. The pain is completely gone and to our surprise, my mother's eye sight improved a lot. The nerves in both of her eyes were disintegrating and we only prayed to the God to let us help her sustain her present eyesight. Due to the treatment, her eyesight has improved a lot. To add to it, I am really satisfied with the support given by the hospital administrative department for claiming the medical bill reimbursement. My claim was twice rejected by the Insurance Co on lame excuses and it was Mr Arunjith of Matha Ayurveda eye Hospital who guided me perfectly to get my claim sanctioned. He readily provided me with what all papers which were called on by the Insurance Company and even advised me on providing reply letter to the company. Overall, we had a great experience with Matha Ayurveda Eye Hospital and I would suggest the hospital to my friends and colleagues as well.

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Samridh Girish

Neatly maintained and one of the best ayurvedic eye hispital in trivandrum kerala. Provides rooms for patients which is highly maintained. Food is also provoded which is also decent. The doctors are really good and qualified here.

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Krishna Sharma

I am Krishna Sharma V.V, 29 years, and employed in I.T industry. I have to work for at least 8 hours in front of the computer. I was using spectacles for myopia from the age of 14 years on wards. At that time, the power of glasses that I used was - 2, both eyes (I think, not exactly sure..). It increased to -11 (R.E) and -9 (L.E). For the last two years, I feel headache and eyestrain while working on computer. Gradually, developed floaters. I tried simple eye exercises by myself, but it only increased the problem. Then I consulted a doctor and I was informed that my retina is getting weak, and was asked to use artificial tears, lubricant gel and vitamin tablets. It gave temporary relief, but when I start to work, the problem resurfaces. Then I searched for alternative system and decided to take treatment from Matha Ayurveda Eye Hospital. The doctor at the hospital advised for 3 weeks inpatient treatment. I had no other choice. The ayurvedic treatment was a wonderful experience for me. My eyes are now cool and there is no eye strain. Now, I use ayurvedic eye drops and an oil for head and one medicated ghee at bedtime. Now, I am happy. Thank you Matha Ayurveda Eye Hospital.

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