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Incorporating Ayurvedic Practices for Eye Treatment without surgery

Eye Treatment without surgery

There are lots of ongoing visual problems that keep affecting human beings. Still, the most familiar ones impact nearsightedness and farsightedness and may result in astigmatism. Laser eye surgery is an easy and fast process acknowledged by many people to eradicate eye issues as our eyes are constantly exposed to stress, strain, and pressure daily.

But post Covid people have also started relying a lot on the traditional medicine system of Ayurveda. The key reason for opting Ayurveda for eye care is Eye Treatment Without Surgery. During Covid and post covid there has been a significant increase in the usage of digital devices including Television watching and mobile usage.

Consider computer glasses

People indeed wear glasses only if they have power. Still, it is always advisable to wear non-powered anti-glare glasses to increase the contrast as it optimizes your sight while looking at digital screens for long hours. These computer glasses have a yellow tint, which prevents your eyes from a blue light filter and won’t affect your vision, whereas blue lenses are apparent.

Refractive Errors & Eye Treatment Without Surgery

Refractive errors cannot be prevented immediately. Instead, they must be diagnosed by an Ayurvedic eye expert and treated with corrective glasses.  However, in Ayurveda, if the patient consults the eye-care experts at the right time and follows the prescribed medication by the Ayurvedic expert, he will notice improvement in his eye power. 

There are even cases wherein the eyeglasses have been obliterated. The duration may vary as the correction is provided in various forms according to the weakness, the person’s age, and the prerequisites for the work or activity performed.

A refractive error is an eye disorder and is a significant contributor to people suffering due to the low vision population in India. In this low vision awareness month, we should all focus on how to check the four most severe causes of refractive errors, which include

  • myopia (nearsightedness): difficulty in seeing distant objects clearly;
  • hyperopia (farsightedness): difficulty in seeing close objects clearly;
  • Astigmatism: distorted vision resulting from an irregularly curved cornea, the clear covering of the eyeball.
  • Presbyopia: This leads to difficulty reading or seeing at arm’s length. It is linked to ageing and occurs almost universally.


How does Ayurveda ensure the removal of eyeglasses with ease?

Ayurveda is a natural and ancient Indian system of medicine that offers various remedies and treatments for strengthening eye health and potentially improving vision. Nonetheless, it’s essential to note that Ayurvedic treatments are the safest way to eliminate your eyeglasses. Eyeglasses with initial negative powers can be eradicated entirely by following the medication prescribed by your Ayurvedic expert. Make sure you keep up with the promise of taking your Ayurved medication timely and consume it regularly. On consistent medication intake, you can find improvement in your eye sight and maybe you may not need to wear eyeglasses in a few months.

For cases particularly in severe refractive errors or structural issues with the eyes the treatment duration may take longer but you could be rest assured of benefits out of it. Nevertheless, here are some Ayurvedic practices that may help improve eye health and possibly reduce dependence on glasses:

  1. Netra Tarpana: is one of the most popular Ayurvedic therapy that involves pouring medicated ghee (clarified butter) around the eyes while the patient’s eyes are closed. It helps nourish and rejuvenate the eyes, potentially improving vision.
  2. Triphala Eye Wash: Triphala is a rich source of Vitamin C and a herbal combination of three fruits (amalaki, bibhitaki, and haritaki) known for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. The use of Triphala powder to prepare an eye wash by soaking it in water overnight. This eye wash can help ease eye strain and improve eye health.
  3. Ayurvedic Eye Exercises: There are various eye exercises recommended in Ayurveda to strengthen the eye muscles and improve focus. One such exercise involves focusing on distant and near objects alternately to improve flexibility and coordination of the eye muscles.
  4. Dietary Changes :  Ayurveda always stresses on the importance of a balanced diet for overall health, including eye health. Therefore it is recommended to consume foods rich in vitamin A (such as carrots, spinach, and sweet potatoes) and antioxidant-rich foods (such as berries, green leafy vegetables, and nuts) can support eye health.
  5. Herbal Supplements: Particular Ayurvedic herbs and supplements may help in improving eye health. These include amla (Indian gooseberry), bilberry, ginkgo biloba, and saffron. However, conferring with a qualified Ayurvedic expert practitioner before starting any herbal supplements on your own is important. Try to follow the doctor’s regime. 
  6. Rehearse Eye Hygiene: Ayurveda also highlights the importance of keeping the eyes clean and free from pollutants. Washing the eyes with clean water regularly and avoiding undue strain on the eyes from prolonged screen time or reading in faint light can help maintain eye health.
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