Myopia from the point of view of Ayurveda
Myopia is a common vision condition in which near objects appear clear, but objects farther away look blurry. It occurs when the shape of the eye, causes light rays to bend inaccurately.
Myopia can cause problems in daily life. It is the leading cause of vision loss in children and young adults.
There are several causes of myopia:
- Environmental conditions
- Prolonged close-up activities, such as reading
According to Ayurveda, myopia is caused by a vitiation of the Vata and Pitta doshas. Ayurvedic medicines for myopia, eye exercises to strengthen the eye muscles, a healthy diet and lifestyle, and Panchakarma therapies can help prevent disease progression.
How Ayurvedic doctors treat myopia
Ayurvedic eye treatment is a healthy and natural alternative to traditional treatments. Ayurveda includes therapies and herbal medicines that prevent the problem without causing any side effects, because treatment focuses on eliminating the root cause of the condition.
Panchakarma therapies such as Annalepana, eye massage, Netradhara, Rasayana, chakshushya and Tharpana arrest degenerative changes in the retina.
Any Ayurvedic treatment methods, procedures, and medications are tailored to each patient individually, in accordance with the Ayurvedic treatment plan and the recommendations of the Ayurvedic doctor. Please contact us to schedule an online consultation
Tips for effective Ayurvedic treatment of myopia
- Include ghee, green vegetables, fruits, and nuts in your diet
- Practice yoga
- Minimize prolonged close-up activities
- Reduce your screen time
Check the Ayurvedic treatment for other ophthalmology diseases:
Cataract, Conjunctivitis, Stye, Glaucoma, Ophthalmology, Diabetic Retinopathy, Macular degeneration, Astigmatism, Hyperopia, Dry eye, Keratoconus, Squint (Strabismus), Pinguecula, Presbyopia, Eye allergies, Eye infections, Eye twitching, Eye floaters, Night blindness, Pterygium, Optic neuropathy.