Saturday, August 9, 2014

Vision Without Glasses: Eyesight Treatments
Having poor eyesight is commonly caused due to the misuse of our eye muscles. If you are having blurred vision, you should take proper care not only to prevent it from further deteriorating but also to improve your vision. This improvement in your eyesight will help you to perform better in your day to day activities.

With the progress in technology, we can now improve our eye-sight through different surgical treatments or by wearing contact lenses or corrective glasses. These treatments undoubtedly improve our vision but however, it does not treat its root cause, thus making you rely on glasses or contacts every now and then. These treatments can also cost a lot of money.

However, treating through natural ways is probably the best way as it works in healing the root cause for poor vision. In addition, you do not necessarily have to spend your money. All it takes is a constant investment of your time. Consistently working on it will guarantee a better result. Poor eyesight is often caused by chronic tension and stiff eye muscles. This often prevents the muscles from supporting the lens from proper viewing. It is therefore necessary to give proper relaxation to your eyes, take proper nutrition and implement the correct viewing habits while using your eyes.

These natural treatments can however differ from physician to physician. It includes a combination of eye strengthening exercises and eye vitamins. This will effectively strengthen the eye and train its muscles. Practicing eye restoring exercises regularly with Vision Without Glasses method will enable you to bringing back your vision to its original strength. Unlike the other medical treatments, these natural treatments will give a permanent healing to your eyes. This is the main difference between using natural eyesight treatments and surgical treatments or corrective glasses.

Here are some eye exercises and habits that will effectively help in healing your poor eyesight woes. Make sure to consistently follow it though!

Give proper relaxation to your eyes: Do not overindulge in your work. Make sure that you give rest to your eyes. You can do this by simply shutting down your eyes for some few minutes from time to time.
Eye exercises: It can be done anytime by moving your eyeballs around. It improves the circulation of blood. Doing this regularly will improve your eyesight.
Take proper nutrition: Deficiency in Vitamin A causes eyesight problems so it is always advisable to take Vitamin A rich foods. It can be found in any orange colored fruits and vegetables like carrots, citrus, avocado and pumpkins. Maintaining a proper nutrition in your diet will improve your eyesight.
Blink your eyes often: Blinking gives a mini massage to your eyes and this process strengthens the eye muscles. It also spreads out tears around the eyes which help in cleansing and nourishing the eyes.

Friday, March 14, 2014

Reverse Your Diabetes

While researchers are still trying to reverse diabetes, there is growing evidence that natural cures are already available to reverse diabetes. The reason is very simple. Most diabetes is directly caused by lifestyle. People today have poor eating habits and rarely exercise. This is the magic combination that was caused diabetes to become an epidemic.

One basic point to consider is the fact that the 85-90% of diabetes cases are caused directly to poor eating and exercise habits. If science can reverse diabetes one simple question to ask is, how long will it last if the diabetic does not change his or her lifestyle habits? It’s kind of like liposuction.

The most promising technology to reverse diabetes is stem cell research. This will likely expand now that President Obama enacted laws expanding the areas of allowed stem cell work.

To date researchers have been successful at reversing diabetes in mice using stem cells. The cells were taken from the pancreas in the early stages of development. The cells were then injected in the mice. A few days later the cells began to act like normal non-diabetic cells. The study lasted for 3 months and during the time of the study the immune system did not attack the stem cells. Unfortunately they could not determine how long it would last. More research is needed to determine if the mice really had reversed their diabetes.

One issue for science is how do you find a cure for many different ethnic groups that have diabetes? Researchers would then have to study each ethnic group to be sure this will work for all of them. While the study increases the hope for science to find a cure for diabetes there is still much more work to be done in the eyes of science. If they can reverse diabetes in mice then humans may not be that far off. The next step for the researchers is to study primates.

Saturday, September 28, 2013