Presbyopia from the point of view of Ayurveda
Presbyopia is a condition in which the eyes are unable to focus on a specific object due to ocular muscle weakness caused by normal aging.
Although the condition may occur prematurely as a result of factors such as uncorrected hypermetropia, premature lens sclerosis, chronic simple glaucoma, and pre senile ciliary muscle weakness.
The common symptoms of presbyopia include ocular discomfort, headache, squinting, fatigue and drowsiness.
Treatments are decided after traditional disease identification and confirmation with the most modern diagnostic equipment.
Ayurvedic ophthalmology has been shown to be highly effective in many degenerative eye diseases. The treatment is determined by the stage and dominance of specific doshas.
Various Ayurvedic procedures for the treatment of the organs of the neck and head improve eye health.
How Ayurvedic doctors treat presbyopia
Shalakya Tantra is an Ayurvedic branch that treats ailments above the neck. Netra Chikitsa is used to treat eye diseases.
There are special treatment procedures, such as Kriya Kalpa, which is a special method, used for the treatment of eye diseases. It includes Tarpana, Putapaka, Seka, Aschyotana, Anjana, Nasyam, Dhoomapanam, Gandoosham, Kabalam, Shirodhara, Shirovasthi and Pratisaranam.
All medicines and treatments should be used after consulting with an Ayurvedic doctor.
Tips for effective Ayurvedic treatment of presbyopia
- Eat vegetables regularly
- Apply warm compresses daily
- Exercise your eyes (eye yoga)
- Drink plenty of water
Check the Ayurvedic treatment for other ophthalmology diseases:
Cataract, Conjunctivitis, Stye, Glaucoma, Myopia, Ophthalmology, Diabetic Retinopathy, Macular degeneration, Astigmatism, Hyperopia, Dry eye, Keratoconus, Squint (Strabismus), Pinguecula, Eye allergies, Eye infections, Eye twitching, Eye floaters, Night blindness, Pterygium, Optic neuropathy.