The eyes are not only the "mirror of the soul", but they can give us a picture of our overall health. As a person grows older or undergoes stressful conditions, the eyes may be affected.
Some examples of degenerative eye diseases that occur with age or stress are:
- Retinal Diseases
- Age-related degeneration of ocher sun
- Retinal detachment
- Vitreous detachment
- Ocher hole
- Retinal Membrane (Erm)
- Diabetic Retinopathy
- Central Serous Chorionic retinopathy
- Hypertensive Retinopathy
- Vascular Disorders Of The Retina
- Dry eye,
- Macular degeneration
- Refractive Abnormalities Of The Eye
- Eyelid problems,
- Hair loss,
- Eye fatigue,
- Temporal arteritis blepharitis
- Elder arch
Early diagnosis, prevention and treatment can help prevent vision deterioration. This is the reason why it is wise to have regular eye examinations, to identify possible problems, which should be treated before they seriously affect a person's vision.
Some problems can come from new or worsening vision disorders. Over time, they can occur gradually or suddenly, causing rapid vision loss or blindness. In addition to standard care, it is advisable to take steps to reduce the risk of age-related vision problems that can slow their progression. A measure of risk reduction, is considered the reduction and proper management of stress in the body. The importance of stress reduction is underlined in a number of clinical results as many research studies have been conducted that prove that it prevents diseases. It is now known that the state of mind affects a person's state of health as there are strong links between the mind and the body's immune system, according to Dr. Robert Ader, Ph.D. Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Rochester School of Medicine. He has also introduced the term "Psychoneuroimmunology", which studies the interaction between behavioral, neural, endocrine and immune adaptation processes. Thus, long-term or chronic stress, through excessive wear and tear, can affect the eyes and vision. Through industry we understand how psychology affects biology, something that helps us take better ways to enhance our dynamic health at all levels.
Diseases, weakened immune systems, infections, injuries and exposure to toxic agents can damage the eyes and eyesight. Other factors that also play a role in eye health are:
- Excessive exposure to sunlight
- Exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light
- High cholesterol or high blood pressure
- Family history of waterfall
- Lack of nutrients reaching the retina
There are ways in addition to standard medical care to maintain eye health, such as incorporating a complementary treatment with Quantum Biofeedback and Holistic Nutrition. Combining Holistic Nutrition with the Quantum Medical Biofeedback session can bring about optimal results.
Holistic Nutrition counseling is aimed at providing holistic suggestions for improving nutrition, reducing toxins, information on the appropriate nutritional supplements, herbs and foods that each body needs -based on medical history of symptoms and microbiological tests- optimal health, ideal weight, a strengthened immune system and better psychological state.
Quantum Biofeedback is an advanced biofeedback technique through electromagnetic waves, the state of relaxation is achieved and emotional and psychological support is provided to rejuvenate, strengthen and nourish the body on a physical, mental, emotional and subconscious level for the purpose. This achieves the identification, reduction and proper management of stressors, which can affect vision and accelerate the aging of the body. More specifically, with the use of Quantum Biofeedback, the causes of the symptoms are identified, a fact that allows the adoption of effective ways of holistic treatment. Proper stress management, pain management, muscle retraining, and brain wave training can help prevent eye degeneration as well as slow aging.