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Cupping / Hijama Points Treatment Plan for Eye Diseases
Allow 2-4 weeks between sessions – longer if required. Hijama Points shown for each session should ONLY be used to guide the therapist. Body size, cup size, and any other conditions need to considered and appropriate care and attention taken. The number of sessions shown can be increased or reduced depending on the condition of the client.
Complete Treatment PlanClick here for Session 1
Click here for Session 2
Use the standard hijama points as an additional or as separate standalone sessions.
Standard Wet Points – 1,55,36,101,104 ,105,9,10,34,35Click here for Hijama Points on the back of the body
Click here for Hijama Points on the head and face
If the client has a complicated history and numerous concerns then it is a good idea to use our online consultation service – click here.
Which body part or function is involved in Eye Diseases?
The human eye is a visual system that provides vision with the ability to receive and process graphic detail. The optic and nervous systems work together to enable us to respond to several visual functions. The eye’s pupil detects light and converts it into electro-chemical impulses in neurons so the nervous system can quickly receive it or send messages. The eye is made of 10 parts that work together to enable us to visualize things in our everyday life. These parts include Sclera, Cornea, Anterior and Posterior Chambers, Iris, Lens, Vitreous Humor, retina, Fovea, Macula, and Ophthalmoscope.
The sclera is the white and smooth exterior of an eye with a grooved and brown interior. The sclera is flexible and highly durable due to its flexibility. Moreover, it’s a protective outer layer of the eye continuous with the optic nerve’s cornea and sheath. The sclera has tendons attached to it.
The cornea is the eye’s outermost lens, which mainly controls and focuses the entry of light and then, after detecting, converts it into electro-chemical impulses. The cornea of the eye also plays a role in focusing power. The cornea is said to contribute about 65 to 75 percent of the total focusing power of the eye.
Iris- the colored part of the eye that may be different from person to person. Like the cornea, the iris also regulates the amount of light or frequency of the entrance of light in the eye. Iris detects the light and is responsible for the opening and closure of the pupil. When the iris senses bright light, it closes the pupil to let in less light, while same when it feels low light, it opens up the pupil to let it in more light. This is how Iris focuses light on the retina.
What are the symptoms and effects of Eye Diseases on the body?
Some people have minor eye problems, while others suffer from significant eye diseases like glaucoma and amblyopia. But every eye disorder shows its symptoms first; either the symptoms may be different for each disorder. The general symptoms for each eye disorder are given below:
- Blurred Vision: This happens with age or due to the deficiency of beneficial substances. When your eyes are going to develop an eye disorder, you suddenly experience blurred vision. This may be one of the first few symptoms of each eye disorder.
- Eye pain: The sensation of pain in the eyes is also a symptom of visual disorder. Sometimes, eye pain is normal or temporary, but if it lasts for weeks or months, then it would be a symptom of severe eye disease.
- Eye redness: The redness in the eye occurs due to the inflammation of nerves in the cornea. The muscles involved get swell and cause redness, due to which you experience blurred vision. This can happen due to the age factor or may be due to the high consumption of alcohol.
- Light Sensitivity: When your eyes experience light sensitivity, it means you are going through Iris disorder because it is responsible for the opening and closing of pupils when sensing bright light.
Amblyopia is an inherited disease in which one eye doesn’t develop properly, due to which the person feels lazy or weaker vision for a lifetime. In rare cases, it affects both eyes. It can be treated early in childhood; otherwise, it can be challenging to recover naturally. The treatment for amblyopia includes contact lenses or corrective glasses.
Glaucoma is when the optic nerves become damaged that are responsible for a strong vision. It is mainly caused due to abnormally high pressure in the eye and it is one of the leading causes of blindness in people. It can only be stopped by early diagnosis and preventive measures.
A cataract is an eye disorder in which clouding of normal and clear lenses occurs. In this condition, the eye proteins form clumps that prevent the lens from sending clear images to the retina. Until now, there are three primary types of cataracts recognized including:
- Nuclear Sclerotic
- Cortical Sclerotic
- Posterior Subcapular
There is no proper treatment yet introduced for cataracts but a healthy lifestyle and proper dietary management may be helpful in this disorder
What changes in diet can help improve symptoms of Eye Diseases?
Lutein and zeaxanthin are called eye-friendly nutrients by nutritionists. They are associated with green leafy vegetables. Green leafy vegetables contain vitamins and other essential nutrients, which are helpful to improve and maintain eye health. Besides, Carrots, Swiss chard, and Butter also used to improve eyesight naturally.
Changes in lifestyle which can help Eye Diseases
Some nutrients like lutein and zeaxanthin are essential for eye and vision and are strongly recommended by ophthalmologists during eye infection. People suffering from eye diseases should add such foods rich in lutein and zeaxanthin in their routine diet. Avoid smoking, wear sunglasses, do proper exercise, and sleep well to maintain your eye health.
If you experience an eye infection, you should follow these remedies to get rid of your eye infection.
- Avoid touching your eye either directly or indirectly.
- After touching any dirty surface or area, wash your hands and avoid touch your eyes with these hands.
- The people who use lenses should clean and store them correctly. Although, it’s best to avoid the use of lenses during an eye infection.