Ayurveda helps in preventing the problems associated with poor vision.
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Eyes are one of the most sensitive and precious parts of our body. However, due to our excessive use of mobile phones and television or exposure to environmental pollution, the problem of poor vision became very common. This problem can happen at any age and lead to other vision problems.
Using ayurvedic treatment for poor vision, one can prevent problems of poor vision along with problems like increased sensitivity to light, irritation in eyes, dryness and redness in eyes, blurred vision, shoulder, head, and neck pain, and difficulty in focusing on objects.
Which of the following herb improves the functioning of retinal cells?
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Both Saffron and Amla help in improving the functionality of retinal cells. Saffron which is rich in carotenoids and antioxidants help in protecting the retina and lens of the ageing eyes. It improves the functionality of the retinal cells and prevents them from degenerating. Amla also has great antioxidants and is rich in vitamin C that helps in strengthening the eyes. It also enhances the functionality of retinal cells and makes capillaries healthier.
Hatha Yoga is helpful for the blood circulation of the eye.
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This statement is true as Hatha Yoga is very helpful in improving the blood circulation of the eyes. It is a type of exercise in which a person should rub his/her hands until they get warm. Once the hands get warm, put them to the eyes. This will encourage the nerves of the eyes to relax and improves blood circulation.
Which of the following is used in the regeneration of rhodopsin?
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Bilberry is one of the most effective herbs used in Ayurveda for Drishti dosha. It contains bioflavonoid i.e. helpful in enhancing the process of regeneration of rhodopsin. Rhodopsin is a biological purple pigment in the rods of the retina and G-protein-coupled receptor (GPCR). Bilberry is also helpful in improving various problems such as cataracts, night vision blindness, and retinal disorders.
According to Ayurveda, which of the following dosha is responsible for poor vision?
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The eyes absorb and filter a stream of visual stimuli. However, a lot of pressure and strain on the eyes lead to pain. According to Ayurveda, this can be due to Pitta dosha (Fire principle) and most of the eyes disorders caused due to Pitta imbalance.