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Unveiling Uveitis: Understanding the Inflammation in Your Eye

The term Uveitis indicates the inflammation of the uveal tract, the main vascular layer of the eye consisting of the choroid, ciliary body, and iris. As this layer nourishes the internal structures of the eye, any disease of this structure is considered a medical emergency, potentially leading to vision loss. Uveitis can be classified into several types based on the part of the uveal tract affected. The front portion of the eye is affected by Anterior Uveitis, while the middle part is affected by Intermediate Uveitis, and the back part is affected by Posterior Uveitis. Panuveitis involves inflammation throughout the entire uveal tract. Anterior, intermediate uveitis treatment or any other Uveitis treatment is available in Ayurveda.

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    Symptoms of Uveitis

    Eye pain

    Redness or irritation in the eye

    Blurred vision or vision loss

    Sensitivity to light (photophobia)

    Data & Statistics For Uveitis treatment From Research Studies

    According to the World Health Organization, Uveitis is responsible for 10% of blindness worldwide. Research studies have shown that Ayurvedic treatments can be effective in managing Uveitis. One study published in the Journal of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine found that a combination of Ayurvedic therapies, including Panchakarma and Rasayana, was effective in reducing inflammation and improving visual acuity in patients with Uveitis. Another study published in the International Journal of Research in Ayurveda and Pharmacy showed that Ayurvedic eye drops containing herbs like Haridra, Triphala, Neem, etc., were effective in reducing inflammation and redness in patients with Uveitis. These studies suggest that Ayurvedic treatment for Uveitis of the eye can be a promising alternative or complementary therapy for managing Uveitis.

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    Through experience and keen observation of different eye cases, Dr M S Basu studied the effectiveness of herbal treatments. After 9 years of intensive research, Isotine was developed and launched. The flagship invention of Dr. MS Basu shot to instant fame and success. It is the basis of all treatments at our hospital, combined with an array of holistic practices.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Uveitis can be caused by numerous factors, including:

    • Autoimmune disorders, such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, or multiple sclerosis.
    • Infections, such as viral, bacterial, or fungal infections.
    • Trauma or injury to the eye.
    • Exposure to toxins or chemicals.
    • Certain medications or vaccines.
    • Inflammatory bowel diseases.
    • Genetics or family history of Uveitis.

    In some cases, the cause of Uveitis may be unknown (idiopathic). Identifying and treating the underlying cause of Uveitis is essential, as this can affect treatment and prognosis. 

    Uveitis can be classified into several types based on the part of the uveal tract affected. The main types of Uveitis include:

    Anterior Uveitis: This affects the front part of the eye, including the iris and ciliary body. Also called iritis, it is one of the most common type of Uveitis.

    Intermediate Uveitis: This affects the middle part of the uveal tract, specifically the ciliary body and the vitreous humour.

    Posterior Uveitis: This affects the back part of the eye, including the choroid and retina. Also called choroiditis or retinitis, it is the least common type of Uveitis.

    Panuveitis: Involves inflammation throughout the entire uveal tract, affecting all three parts of the eye.

    Uveitis can also be classified based on the duration of symptoms, as acute (sudden onset and short duration), chronic (long-lasting), or recurrent (episodic or intermittent). The specific type of Uveitis you have will determine the appropriate treatment plan.

    Ayurvedic treatment for Uveitis can offer several benefits, including balancing the doshas (body’s energies) to promote healing, reducing inflammation (ama), improving agni (digestive fire) and immune function (ojas), and managing symptoms by bringing the body back into balance (homeostasis). Ayurvedic treatments can also help improve the prana (vital life force) and eye circulation, promoting healing and improving vision. Additionally, Ayurvedic intermediate uveitis treatment or other types of Uvetis ayurvedic treatment can be personalized to the individual’s unique needs, which can lead to more effective and personalized care.

    Ayurveda uses a variety of herbs to treat Uveitis based on the principles of balancing the doshas and reducing inflammation. Some of the commonly used Ayurvedic herbs for uveitis treatment include:

    Haridra (Turmeric): Contains curcumin, which has both anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. These properties of Turmeric can be used for Uveitis treatment in ayurveda  as it can help reduce inflammation and support eye health.

    Neem (Azadirachta indica): Has antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties that can help reduce inflammation and prevent infections.

    Amla (Emblica officinalis): Rich in vitamin C and antioxidants, amla can help strengthen the immune system and reduce oxidative stress in the eye.

    Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia): Has immunomodulatory properties that can help balance the immune system and reduce inflammation.

    Triphala: Triphala is a combination of three fruits (amla, haritaki, and bibhitaki) with antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and immune-boosting properties.

    Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus): Has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties that can help reduce inflammation and support eye health.

    Bhringraj (Eclipta alba): Has anti-inflammatory properties that can help reduce inflammation and improve eye health.

    Ayurveda offers a range of therapies to treat Uveitis, which are based on the principles of balancing the doshas and reducing inflammation. Some of the commonly used uveitis therapies in Ayurveda include:

    Vamana is a therapeutic vomiting therapy that can help remove toxins from the body and balance the Kapha dosha, often associated with Uveitis.

    Virechana: This is a purgation therapy that can help remove excess Pitta dosha from the body and improve digestion, which can help reduce inflammation in the eyes.

    Netradhara: This involves pouring medicated oils or herbal decoctions over the eyes to improve circulation and reduce inflammation. This therapy is particularly effective for treating Pitta-related eye disorders such as Uveitis.

    Kizhiswedan: This is a heat therapy that involves the application of hot herbal poultices or packs to the affected areas. This therapy can help improve circulation, reduce inflammation, and relieve pain associated with Uveitis.

    Tharpan: This involves the application of medicated ghee around the eyes to nourish and strengthen the eye tissues. This therapy is particularly effective for treating Vata-related eye disorders such as Uveitis.

    These therapies are the best Ayurvedic treatment for BRVO, cataract, Uveitis and more such eye related problems.

    Uveitis treatment ayurveda also suggests that consumption of curd, citrus fruits, sour foods, fried, heavily processed foods and sweets can obstruct the healing process and should be avoided. Instead, one should consume easily digestible food to enhance healing. In addition, one should refrain from becoming emotionally attached to situations with negative energy. Incorporating morning walks, exercise, and Yoga into the daily routine can effectively calm confused and agitated immune cells.

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