Ayurveda says Retinal Detachment is possible when a person's annual transits through the 8th house of his dasa chart (kendra) are not good. It affects eyesight in several different ways and can sometimes lead to complete blindness. The following conditions are related to this problem:
1. Weakness of vision at night time or inability to see things clearly when it gets dark
2. Insatiable craving for sweets; sweet saliva; bad taste in mouth; loss of appetite and tendency toward indigestion, constipation, abdominal bloating or slight swelling of the abdomen
3. Very thin body with a tendency to get thinner or remain thin despite eating more than usual (this is probably diet-related)
4. Allergies, sinus congestion, nasal blockage, and /or frequent sneezing particularly at nighttime
For Ayurveda, the main aim of treating eye disease is to strengthen vision because someone who can not see properly cannot perform his daily activities properly. The first step in Ayurvedic treatment would therefore be strengthening the eyesight so that a person could resume normal activities without any problem. For this purpose several terms are used in Sanskrit language. The most common is dhārana, which means 'strengthening of the eyesight'. Dhāraṇ
a should be done through daily eye packs to strengthen the muscles around the eyes. This can also help with muscle related ailments such as migraine headaches or Migrainous Vertigo. Other terms used for this purpose are Akarshana and Neerajanam (internal cleanliness)
The second step in Ayurvedic treatment would be to identify the cause for vision loss / retinal detachment and eliminate it if possible. If Retinal Detachment is caused by dietary factors, then a strict diet regime must be followed; if stress induced, then meditation must be practiced on a daily basis. If spiritual reasons are the cause for this problem, then the patient must practice quieting his mind through meditation and / or prāṇāyāma.
Here are Ayurvedic medicines for Retinal detachement- which will help you to get rid of the complications and problems associated with it.
Retinal detachment occurs when the retina separates from the underlying layers of tissue. Retinopathy is a general term for diseases related to the retina, including retinal detachment and macular degeneration. The following article will explain retinal detachments in depth.
The retina is part of the eye that is responsible for concentrating light rays onto photoreceptors, which then send visual signals through nerves to the brain, where they are interpreted as images or information. When it becomes detached it can lead to blindness because there would be no longer any light receptors attached to neurons transmitting images to your brain. A significant number of people who have retinal detachments do not experience total blindness, although their vision may be extremely blurry even with treatment.
Symptoms of a retinal detachment can include flashes of light, blurred vision or decreased vision. It may also appear as if the object being viewed is not in focus. If you experience these symptoms it is important that you have your eyes examined by a doctor immediately.
It is very rare for a retinal detachment to occur in young people, however there are a number of risk factors that contribute to the development of this condition. Retinal detachments tend to occur more frequently in older individuals. Risk factors include: