Myopia or short-sightedness refers to difficulty in seeing objects at a distance. The light rays coming into the eyes are supposed to converge at a particular point on retina. However in myopia they start converging much ahead of retina, as a result of which the person has blurred vision of distant objects but clear vision of near objects. Myopia treatment in Ayurveda has effectively stopped further degeneration and improved vision in thousands of patients of all age.
From Ayurvedic point of view, vision defects imply derangement of doshas. Alochak pitta that resides in eyes is responsible for vision. Vitiation of this pitta causes vision problems. Causes like excess use of eyes increase vata which then weakens the structures in eyes. Because of causes like lack of proper diet, alochak pitta and dhatus (tissues) in eyes do not receive proper nourishment and therefore fail to perform their functions properly. Improper food, hampered digestion etc may produce toxins which can block the channels and cause malnourishment of optic tissues. So Ayurvedic Myopia treatment includes balancing the body energies in addition to therapies that clear eye blockages, nourish and strengthen the optical nerves and tissues to enhance vision.
Every person is unique, hence treatment for the person’s disease must be unique too. Jiva doctors take
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Completely personalized authentic Ayurvedic medicines and natural home remedies based on thorough diagnosis of the root-cause
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Customized remedy including diet & lifestyle plans and Ayurvedic home remedies designed by your doctor to compliment the medicines for root-cause treatment
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Myopia is a vision problem. My son was 12 when he had to start wearing thick lenses to see the blackboard in his classroom. It was the beginning of a worrisome future. After the power in his lenses on kept on increasing, I understood that it was not the right solution. That’s when I brought him to Jiva. Now he can see the board without glasses.