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Homeopathic Remedies for Eyes Symptoms

Function of the eyes

We see the world through our precious eyes hence the way we perceive the world depends very much on the health of our eyes.  Just a small hurt to our eyes can result in a great impact to them so they are truly precious.  Therefore we really need to take very good care of our eyes at all times.

If we end up with vision defects, there is no substitution to contact lenses or spectacles.  Medicines may sometimes help for other eye problems.

Simple ways to take care of our eyes

  • Keep our eyes clean by washing with cold, running water often
  • Try not to overuse the eyes.  Do not use them for minute tasks or when there is insufficient light.
  • Protect the eyes when watching movies in the theatre, watching television, handling quick moving tools in a workplace or using oxi-acetylene flame.
  • Never rub the eyes in case there is infection or if you feel a sensation of ground glass as it can help to spread the infection and injure the eyes.
  • Avoid using eye-drops, ointments or any direct applications unless advised by the doctor.  An excellent substitution to this problem is taking homeopathic medicines internally.
  • When working on the computer, watching television, reading, writing or performing jobs that requires eye concentration, do try to stop and exercise the eye muscles at frequent short intervals.
  • In fact, the best way to relax tired eyes is to keep the eyes shut for a few minutes.  At the same time, tense the surrounding muscles and try to relax them repeatedly when the eyes are shut.

There are various useful homeopathy remedies that are helpful in treating common eye problems such as dry eye, cataract, conjunctivitis, glaucoma, squint eye and many more.

Eyes symptoms and the appropriate homeopathy medicine

  1. Anterior Uveitis
  2. Black Eye
  3. Bleeding
  4. Blepharitis
  5. Blindness
  6. Blisters
  7. Burning Eyes
  8. Canthi
  9. Cataract
  10. Chalazion
  11. Colour Blindness
  12. Conjunctivitis
  13. Corneal Ulcer
  14. Dacryocystitis
  15. Day Blindness
  16. Detached Retina
  17. Diplopia
  18. Double Vision
  19. Ectropion
  20. Entropion
  21. Eye Discharge
  22. Eye Eczema
  23. Eye Inflammation
  24. Eye Opacity
  25. Eye Pain
  26. Eyelashes Problems
  27. Fistula of the Lacrimal Duct
  28. Foreign Body in the Eye
  29. Glaucoma
  30. Haemorrhages
  31. Itchy Eyes
  32. Iritis
  33. Pink Eye