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Glaucoma - glaucoma - a modern and Ayurvedic view of treatment

Glaucoma, also known as glaucoma, is a serious eye disease characterized by damage to the optic nerve, which leads to gradual vision loss. Its symptoms can include gradual deterioration of vision, increased pressure in the eye, pain in the eye, hallucinations of color and changes in peripheral vision.

From the point of view of Ayurvedic medicine, glaucoma is associated with an imbalance of doshas (energy principle) and dhatu (tissue principle). According to Ayurvedic principles, glaucoma can be caused by various factors, such as an unbalanced diet and lifestyle, genetic predispositions, excessive stress or exposure to negative external influences.
 

Causes of origin

From the point of view of modern medicine, glaucoma is often associated with increased pressure in the eye, which damages the optic nerve. The Ayurvedic perspective emphasizes the imbalance of the doshas and dhatas, which can lead to impaired blood circulation in the eye and subsequent damage to the optic nerve. The Ayurvedic approach to glaucoma treatment focuses on restoring balance to the body and eyes through detoxification, promoting blood circulation and strengthening the nervous system. . An appropriate treatment regimen also includes a proper diet and lifestyle, which help maintain the doshas and dhatas in a harmonious state.

Recommended herbs 

Some of the herbs used in Ayurvedic treatment regimens for glaucoma include:

  1. Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri): is known for its nerve tonic properties and helps to strengthen the nervous system, thus promoting eye health
  2. Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera): is an adaptogenic herb that helps relieve stress and tension, which can be beneficial for the eyes
  3. Shankhpushpi (Convolvulus pluricaulis): this herb has a calming effect on the nervous system and helps release tension, which can help with eye-related ailments
  4. Jatamansi (Nardostachys jatamansi): has antioxidant properties and helps detoxify the body, which can be beneficial for eye health
  5. Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia):  is known for its immunomodulating properties and helps strengthen the immune system, which can be beneficial for the eyes

In addition to the listed herbs, others such as Punarnava (Boerhavia diffusa), Triphala (a mixture of three fruit species) and Ginkgo biloba may also be suitable.

A suitable combination designed by Dr. by Vikram Chauhan (Phyllantus Niruri 2 capsules 2x a day, Varuna 2 capsules 2x a day, Gotu kola 2 capsules 2x a day) 

 Suitable diet and lifestyle

According to Ayurvedic principles, it is important to follow a balanced diet that contains foods with a high content of antioxidants and at the same time minimize the consumption of salt and fatty foods. Regular exercise, stress relief and enough sleep are also important, which contribute to overall eye health.

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