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Eyesight Improvement

Please is there Any Supplement for EyeSight improvement?

Most everything that affects the eyes and eye sight has associated oxidative stress (free radical damage).  All of the supplements for eyes are strong antioxidants.

They are especially good for macular degeneration and are probably helpful for cataracts.  Of course, a bleed in the eye or a retinal tear may have oxidative stress, but relieving that with antioxidants will not get the vision back.  The antioxidants that are most helpful for the eye include:

  • lutein,
  • bilberry,
  • zeaxanthin,
  • blueberry extracts,
  • alpha-lipoic acid.

Eye exercises can also help with eyesight.

Redox signaling molecules have been shown to help with eyesight.  For more information, please write to me at my website: support@stangardnermd.com

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Macular Degeneration

I have macular degeneration (dry) and was interested in treatment. How may I receive help with this problem?

Macular degeneration does respond to the appropriate frequencies of the FSM (Frequency Specific Microcurrent) machine, especially if it is early and there is still tissue that is alive but not functioning. Once the tissue around the macula is dead, it can no longer be revived.  You need to find someone who feels comfortable using the machine on the eye, as it is the most sensitive tissue in the body, and the practitioner needs to be familiar with the proper strengths and time frame for its use in the eye.

Additionally, there are herbal remedies and nutritional options that can enhance treatment.  You need to be aware that macular degeneration does not respond to a “one herb or one treatment fits all” philosophy.  You will need a practitioner who is aware of all of the options that are available to be aggressive with treatment.

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Macular Degeneration and Nutritional Supplements

B Vitamins May Benefit Eye Health

An interesting article in the Wall Street Journal reports that age-related macular degeneration is the major cause of blindness and poor fine vision in the elderly. Long thought to have no cure or treatment, the use of B6, B12, and folic acid in a group of 5000 read more »