Ayurveda healing for Ophthalmology
The eye is the most important sense organ and it directly linked to the brain. It is a very sensitive organ that is extremely close to the working of the human brain. Eye diseases like myopia, cataract, glaucoma, and retinopathy are common.
Eyes are critical to the quality of life, these are the windows to the world and the soul. Vision is one of the five sensory organs that is used in Ayurvedic healing. Eye diseases today are very popular, which is partly caused by a number of fast life factors - long working hours at computers, poor eating habits, insufficient sleep hours, stress and so on. Also occur from long hours of watching TV, constantly reading small prints, inappropriate head position
How can an Ayurvedic doctor help in case of eye diseases?
Most eye diseases can be treated with Ayurvedic methods. Pitta dosha imbalance is definitely an important factor in starting Ayurvedic treatment for eye problems.
An important factor is the patient's lifestyle, daily habits, exercises, genetic information, stress factor. Based on your personal information, the doctor will plan the course of treatment using the Ayurvedic methods and medicine. Shalakya Tantra is an Ayurvedic knowledge for the treatment of diseases of the neck and organs - special treatments used in Ayurveda.
Ayurvedic advice for eye health:
- Yoga eye exercises, if performed daily, are a gentle and effective way to prevent vision problems.
Ayurveda recommends a range of dishes that strongly improve the quality of vision such as apples, sprouted chickpeas, carrots, almonds, green lettuce, vegetables and wheat bread.
Too much sun exposure and steam bath is not good for eye problems,
Excessive sexual intercourse.
Avoid consuming greasy, spicy, and acidic foods
Protect eyes from pollution and dust
The eyes symbolize a clear view of the past, present, future. Eye diseases reflect a reluctance to "see" - you do not like what you see or do not want to see it.
Create a world for yourself that you would enjoy watching.
Which parts of the body are affected in case of eye diseases:
Eyes, head, brain, coordination, musculoskeletal disorders
Cataract, Conjunctivitis, Stye, Glaucoma, Myopia, 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.