5 Natural Ways To Improve Your Eye Health & Vision


According to a Gallup survey, seven out of ten Americans wear some type of corrective lenses. 40% of those people have considered laser eye surgery to correct their vision, but this surgery can permanently damage vision, as well as cause chronic dry eyes, and other complications. Instead of opting for a dangerous, irreversible surgery, what if you could use natural remedies to at least improve your eye health and eyesight, even slightly? Many natural herbs and plants have been proven to increase eye health, and while you might not have 20/20 vision after using them, you may have better eyesight than before, and save yourself from costly bills and a dangerous surgery.


Saffron, used in many traditional Indian dishes, can also help save your eyesight and prevent UV radiation damage. It can also slow the progression of macular degeneration, which eventually leads to blindness. Two compounds found in saffron believed to improve eye health include safranal and crocin, members of the carotenoid family. Carotenoids include beta carotene, a type of Vitamin A that can improve eyesight and also protect against cancer.


The powerful antioxidant found in France can repair capillaries in the eyes, and therefore reduce leakage into the retina. Other studies have found that pycnogenol can also improve microcirculation, increase visual acuity, and prevent retinal edema. You can find this compound in milk thistle, which can help maintain a healthy liver. The liver stores fat soluble vitamins, glutathione, and B vitamins, which all support healthy eyes.


The gingko plant and its extracts have been used to treat a variety of different ailments. They’ve shown promise in treating vision problems in people with diabetes, improving color vision when patients take the extract orally. Also, it might help improve existing damage to the visual field in people with glaucoma.




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