Causes of vision impairment
Vision damage is caused by various reasons. It can be exacerbated by glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration and many others.
This condition is due to an elevated fluid pressure in the eyes that makes you feel like you’re looking at a tunnel. In other words, the clarity of vision is at the center, and progressively decreases in the periphery. The center of the tunnel gradually shrinks until vision is lost if left untreated.
Age-related macular degeneration
Peripheral vision may look normal, but usually the visual acuity blurs into the central area, which is required for more precise activities such as reading, sewing or driving.
Cataract is a very common disease in the elderly.In this condition, a total blurring of vision is observed as the lens of the whole eye is affected.
Blurring of vision can become extremely slow and almost unnoticed until completely lost. There may be other symptoms, such as photophobia – inability to detect light; diplopia – double vision and more.
Diabetes causes damage to the smaller arteries and blood vessels in the back of the eyes above the retina Diabetic retinopathy is the most common diabetic eye disease and a leading cause of blindness in adults.
Usually, visual impairment for diabetics starts as black spots or floating forms that appear in the field of view. Gradually, then, all vision is lost. Fortunately, this can be prevented if a person is examined by a doctor and taken in the initial phase.
Here’s what you can do to improve your eyesight naturally
Stimulate the eye muscles
This technique is simple, but should be done every morning:
- When you wake up, wash your face with cool water
- Then fill your mouth with water, close your eyes and spray cold water on your eyes
This will stimulate the muscles of your eyes due to the pressure exerted by the water in your mouth. Spraying cold water on your face will liven up the nerve endings and rejuvenate your skin.
Wash your eyes
Ayurvedic practitioners recommend the use of tridoishic water for the eyes. To prepare it, soak the triflla churna in water at night. In the morning, strain the liquid and wash your eyes with it twice a day. This wash will help to relax and relieve stress in your eyes.
This is a great exercise for people who work long hours in front of computers:
- Keep your eyebrows between your thumb and forefinger so that your thumb is above your eyebrows and your index finger is down
- Now, lightly press and straighten your eyebrows, putting light pressure on all points
- Then gently massage with your thumb around the eyeball, along the eye
- Do this exercise every three to four hours to improve blood circulation around your eyes. This will help them recover from the tiredness of constantly staring at a computer screen
Exercise to improve vision
This exercise is done to stimulate the muscles around the eyeball Turn your eyes first to the right, then to the left, then up and down. Do this counterclockwise three to four times.
Give your eyes the rest you need
This technique is practiced in Ayurveda, but later picked up by optometrist Dr. Bates It is called ‘palming’. To do this, rub the palms of both hands for 30 seconds while warming them. Then place them slightly over your eyes.
Hold this position for about one minute or until heat is reduced. Open your eyes slowly. Then take care not to look directly at the bright light; allow your eyes to gradually adjust to the changing environment.
Blinking is a natural way for your eyes to regain their moisture, giving them at least a little of the necessary relief. To help your eyes relax, make it a habit to blink every five to six seconds.
Healthy sleep is very important. Not only does it allow your body to heal and rest, but it also gives your eyes the necessary relief from bright lights and tension. Sleep is a time in which not only does your body refresh. but also the eyes. Experts say that meditating for about ten minutes before you go to bed is the best way to get a good night’s sleep.
Diet for healthy eyes
In addition to all the exercises you do, your diet is also essential to the process of improving your health. Here are some diet tips that you should follow to help your eyes:
- Dried fruits and nuts: Almonds, raisins and figs are an elixir for the eyes. To help them cope with the strain of daily activities, use this home remedy.
- Soak overnight between six and ten almonds, fifteen raisins, and two anjeers in a little water. Eat them on an empty stomach in the morning. The high amount of fiber and vitamins in these fruits helps to speed up the digestive process and helps your body get rid of toxins, thus helping to resolve eye problems as well.
- Carrot and Amla: Another good home remedy for eye disorders is to drink one glass of carrot and amla juice in the morning. Carrots and amulets are rich in Vitamin A and antioxidants.
- Honey-rich foods: The benefits of honey as a trace element are innumerable, but one of its greatest benefits is that it has a strong antibacterial characteristic. Ayurvedic practitioners recommend drinking one liter of water held in a copper container for one night, which helps the eyes and other vital organs.
- Vitamin A-rich foods: Include Vitamin A-rich foods in your daily diet. For example: carrots, green leafy vegetables, amla, oranges, figs and almonds.