Vision Support

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 Vision Support

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The human body is wonderfully created.  Some eye health professionals believe that it is impossible to improve vision, especially with natural means.  Only the products that they sell, glasses, contacts or surgery can help poor eyesight.  The question is did God create a body that can not fix itself.  Here is a challenge, next time you cut yourself see what happens. Yes is takes time to bring healing, especially with vision, but it can be done.

Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, published a study that was published in the Journal of the American Association of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus.  In this article it showed that regular Optometrists prescribed glasses 35% of the time, while pediatric ophthalmologists prescribed glasses only 2% of the time because they recognized that glasses could actually make the problem worse.  This is especially the case in the young.  If anything - that should open your eyes. (1)

 

Eye Exercises and Relaxation

Some optometrist  are convinced that with proper exercise and relaxation, eyesight could improve. The theory is based on the idea that the muscles that surround the eye can become unbalanced and cause strain or even pull the eye to one side.  This in turn leads to vision problems. Many modern ophthalmologists argue that it is the rods and cones in the eye that determine vision problems and that muscle tightness does not affect vision.

Can Strained Eye Muscles affect vision?

Logic is called for. Does it make sense that there could be a connection between eye strain or relaxation and eyesight?   

  • Reading for long periods of time, especially small print, can this strain eyes.
  • Use of dim or artificial light or not enough exposure to natural light, can this effect eyes.
  • Disproportionate amount of time spent looking at close up screens, could this play a role?

 

Eastern Countries like Japan, Singapore, and China have high rates of vision problems in children.  They also have a more intensive education system that focus on reading small words at an early age. This leads to children spending more time indoors studying with artificial light.  Natural light is important for eyesight.   

Supplement that can improve vision?

Eye exercises support the muscles around the eye.  We can also look at nutrition and inflammation playing a major role in all eye diseases.  If the body does not have the correct building blocks, can it fix the problem?  

So Omega 3 oils and anti-inflammatory herbs are need to bring antioxidant and healing to eyes.  DHA rich foods, Vitamin A and C should form part of your supplements. 

Bilberry

The Vision Support formula makes use of Bilberry.  Bilberry is high in anthocyanins a polyphenolic components that is rich in antioxidants.  The eyes have a high concentration of small capillaries that can be affected by inflammation, blood pressure, and other vascular disorders. Bilberry is effective at helping reduce inflammation.  It has the ability to strengthen the capillaries, thin the blood, and stimulate the release of vasodilators.

Eyebright

 Euphrasia officinalis also known as eyebright has a long established history, the name says if all.  Modern day naturalists use the extract mixed with water to create an eyewash for treating eye infections, inflammation and pink eye. Eyebright may also be taken orally, as in Vision Support.  It treat inflammation in the eyes. Eyebright has tannins, similar to those in tea, that help decrease inflammation. 

Ginger

Ginger possesses UV absorbing capabilities that protect against DNA damage related to ultraviolet-B light. It also increases blood flow to the eyes.

Magnesium

Magnesium is a key mineral involved in regulating cell energy metabolism.   It is particularly important to the muscles not under conscious control, such as the  eyes.  In addition it  helps the continuous process of  repairing body proteins.

 

 


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