Near-sightedness (myopia) is a common vision condition in which an individual can see nearby objects clearly but objects farther away are blurry. It happens when the eye causes light rays to bend (refract) incorrectly and focus the images in front of the retina instead of on the retina. It develops gradually or rapidly and gets worsen during childhood and adolescence. This condition tends to run in families.

What Causes Myopia?

Myopia occurs when the eyeball is too long or the cornea (the protective outer layer of your eye) is too curved and the light that enters in the eye won’t focus correctly. Images focus in front of the retina (which is the light-sensitive part of the eye), instead of directly on the retina. This causes blurred vision and in medical terms it is called a refractive error.

It can also be caused when the eyeball grows more and becomes very long front to back. It makes the individual hard to see things at a distance and also increases the chances of having other conditions like a detached retina, glaucoma, and cataract.

This condition usually begins in childhood and there is a higher risk if your parents are near-sighted. In most of the cases, myopia stabilizes in early adulthood but sometimes it continues to progress with age.

What are the symptoms of Myopia?

Symptoms of myopia vary from person to person and in most of the cases it usually starts around puberty and gets worsen over time until the eye is fully grown.

Some of the symptoms of myopia include:

  1. Eyestrain
  2. Headache due to eye strain
  3. Squinting or partially closing the eye to see properly
  4. Blurry vision when looking at distant objects, such as trouble in reading the blackboard at school or reading road signs.
  5. Symptoms may become severe when children are between the ages group of 8 to 12 years.
  6. Difficulty in driving a vehicle, especially at night (due to night myopia)
  7. A child with near-sightedness may include some symptoms:
  8. Persistently squint
  9. Pain in eyes when trying to see objects more than a few feet away
  10. Need to sit closer to the television, or the front of the classroom
  11. Seems to be unaware of distant objects
  12. Blink eyes excessively
  13. Rubbing his or her eyes frequently

 

If you think you or a loved one might have myopia, an eye test will determine if you are short-sighted, and you will be given a prescription for contact lenses or glasses to help correct your vision.

What is the Ayurvedic treatment for Myopia?

Chandigarh Ayurved Centre is providing you the best Ayurvedic treatment for curing myopic permanently. The herbs that are used for the preparation of these Ayurvedic formulations have been used in Ayurveda for many ages for the treatment of myopia. We are providing you a wonderful and effective herbal kit known as “Myopia Care Kit” that provides effective & good results in Myopia. This kit contains five Ayurvedic products named as- Triphala Capsule, Detox premium powder, Jivantiyadi Ghrita, Itis Care Drops, and Triphala Churna.

 

All products in detail:

1. Triphala Capsule:

As the name suggests, triphala capsules are prepared from three main herbs such as Amalaki, Haritaki, and Bibhitaki. These herbs show various medicinal properties so that very useful in treating myopia. It deals with blur vision and improves eyesight. These herbs possess antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and immuno-modulator properties. Its regular use will give you wonderful results.

Recommended dosage: Take 1 capsule twice daily with normal water.

 

2. Detox Premium Powder:

Detox premium powder is the herbo-mineral formulation that comprises of various effective ingredients like shukta pishti, moti pishti, gandhak rasayan, parwal pishti, shankh bhasam, sutshekhar ras, shwet parpati, giloy satav, yavakshaar, etc. Being an effective antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic properties, these herbs treat he pain as well as inflammation. It treats myopia and its associated symptoms like unable to see far away objects, headache due to strain in eyes, difficulty in seeing while driving at night, Eyestrain, excessive blinking of eyes, etc.

Recommended dosage: Take 1 sachet twice daily with normal water.

 

3. Jivantiyadi Ghrita:

Jivantiyadi Ghrita is the herbal ghee that consists of ingredients like kakoli, jivanti, draksha, sita, pippali, lodhra, saindhavalavana, daruharidra, triphala, etc.  This type of medicated ghee is used has been used in Ayurveda since ancient times for treating all types of eye diseases. Its regular use for 3 to 4 months balances the three doshas (vata, pitta, & kapha) and increases the eyesight.

Recommended dosage: Take quarter to a half teaspoon of this ghee before meal with water once or twice daily.

 

4) Itis Care Drops:

Itis eye drops are Ayurvedic because these are prepared with various effective herbs like Amalaki, Neem, Tulsi patra, Pudina, Bibhitaki, Haritaki, Haridra, Madhu, Alum, Gulab jal, etc. This eye drops work as lubricants that treat dryness in eyes. It also deals with other symptoms like watering of eyes, decreased vision, blurring of vision, burning sensation in the eyes, eye strain, etc. that are associated with myopia and other eye-related diseases.

Recommended dosage: Put two drops in your eyes twice or thrice daily.

 

5) Triphala Churna:

Triphala churna is a classical herbal churna formulated from three main herbs Amalaki (Emblica officinalis), Bibhitaki (Terminalia bellirica), and Haritaki (Terminalia chebula). These ingredients show antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, immunomodulator properties. These ingredients are very effective in improving eyesight and the use of this churna gives effective results in all signs & symptoms related to myopia patients.

Recommended dosage: Take 1 teaspoonful twice daily with normal water.