I have been asked to write about the age-related eyesight problems such as the AMD (age-related maculate degeneration, glaucoma, nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia) and other eye diseases that affect humans as we get older.
Often as our eyesight deteriorates, the doctor suggests that this is normal because we are getting older so this is to be expected. Once the problems with our vision start, there is a little hope for the normal eyesight to be restored.
Why is it so?
Is there something that can be done to stop this eyesight deterioration?
Can the perfect eyesight be restored?
As always I suggest that we look into nature. What do we see?
We notice that wild animals do not have problems with their eyesight. Occasional trauma or parasite infestation can do a damage to an eye but it is rare, and no chronic problems commonly found in humans occur in the nature.
Let us look at some commonly occurring chronic eye problems.
Nearsightedness or myopia.
We are told that myopia occurs when the eyeball elongates and the focal point of the eye is extended and does not hit the right spot on the retina.
What could cause the eyeball to elongate?
We know that when cells are well hydrated they are pressurized and round. As they start to dehydrate, they flatten out, elongate. Is this what is happening with the eyeball?
Well, this would be a perfect explanation since myopia is getting worse in time which would suggest that as the eyeball is becoming more dehydrated it elongates more as well causing the vision to deteriorate.
To myopia, we have it’s opposite, the farsightedness or hyperopia.
We are told that the hyperopia occurs when the distance between the eye lens and the retina shortens and the focal point changes in the opposite direction from myopia.
Why would this happen?
If the internal pressure of the eye increases it will stretch the weaker parts of the sclera causing the eye to elongate vertically. Since sclera is tough connective tissue it will pull the cornea and the macula closer together as it bulges towards the top and the bottom of the eyeball.
Those explanations would make a perfect sense if the vision would remain blurred at any distance, but this is not what is happening.
As the name of the “disease” suggests, in myopia people can see well when the objects are close. They only have a problem when the objects are further away. In farsightedness, it is the opposite.
If the eye lens would focus properly and only the focal distances would be creating this problem of blurred vision we would not be able to see sharp image no matter in what proximities to the object we are since the focusing point would be always in the wrong place.
Obviously, this is not what is happening. The science is failing us again.
I am not an ophthalmologist but I can think.
So if what we are told about myopia and hyperopia is not correct, what could cause those problems of the eye to focus incorrectly?
Every photographer understands that focusing lens has to be changed for every distance or a two part lens can be used where the distance in between them can be changed which will change the focusing point.
The human eye has very flexible lens filled with water and protein making a gelatinous soft form which can change its thickness depending on its pull. This lens is connected to a cylindrical eye muscle which does the pulling and adjusts the shape of the eye lens. More relaxed the cylindrical muscle is more convex will be the shape of the eye lens and close objects will be seen more clearly.
I think that here is where we should look for the trouble when we experience problems in our vision, especially when the image is not correctly focused.
More dehydrated the eye lens becomes, less convex it will be in its relaxed form and this means that we will not be able to focus correctly on the objects that are near our eyes. Further the objects are, the curvature of the eye lens will be able to focus correctly and the objects will be seen sharp. Further is the object on which we are focusing, the flatter the lens has to be so the cylindrical muscle pulls on the lens. This flattens the lens and we can focus on the objects which are far away from us.
If the cylindrical muscle becomes dehydrated and loses its flexibility, it can no longer stretch the lens and we lose the ability to focus on the objects which are far away from us. Here again I believe the problem is not just in the eye muscle but also in the loss of the flexibility of the eye lens.
Due to the dehydration on the cellular level, we develop problems of focusing and instead of hydrating and repairing our lens and muscle we simply ad another focusing lens (glasses) to correct the focusing point.
Using reading glasses deteriorates the vision further because the brain does not have to stimulate the cylindric muscle to focus. This makes the cylindrical muscle lazy. What you do not use, you lose, and further deterioration of the eyesight develops.
I am not suggesting that the eyeball does not change its shape. The dehydrated eye will be elongated horizontally and the eye with increased internal pressure will be elongated vertically but those changes will not cause problems in focusing. Focusing is controlled by the brain and the brain will compensate for the focusing length if the lens and the cylindrical muscle work properly. There are people who have increased eye pressure but they have no problem with focusing. This is rare because cellular dehydration will affect all the cells in the eye and multiple problems with vision will occur almost simultaneously.
Through my other articles, I have explained that the polluted blood is one of the causes of cellular dehydration. Cellular dehydration makes cells acidic. To solve the acidic problem the brain instructs the organ to raise the pressure of the extracellular liquid. This is done through the process of inflammation. Often to solve the problem, our body decides to grow more blood vessels or to thicken the membranes or to create the defensive shield of additional tissue. In this attempt, other difficulties with the otherwise normally functioning organ can be experienced, as the new membranes and blood vessels may obstruct the organ from functioning correctly.
This is the case in diabetes where reinforced cellular membranes make it difficult for the insulin to penetrate causing the insulin resistance or diabetes type 2.
Is this the same reason for the maculate degeneration of an eye? I strongly believe so. Of course, there is another element or more of them that contribute to all health problems.
As far as our eyesight goes, when we are exposed to strong ultraviolet light like the one from the fluorescent light bulb or the sparking of a welding machine, this may create damage and dehydrated cells cannot recover so permanent damage occurs. Such light can damage the eye lens or macula. Since the dehydrated lens cannot cleanse and fix itself glaucoma may occur as the protein degenerates and becomes visible. This causes problems to the light which cannot penetrate and vision diminishes. If the damage is made on the macula, the cells try to fix it by improving the blood circulation. They try to create more blood vessels and protective membrane. Those changes create problems with vision and could have been avoided if the cells were properly hydrated in the first place.
Migrating parasites can damage our eyes but well hydrated healthy cells will recover and fix the damages caused by them.
Now the question is, can eye recover and can normal vision be reinstalled?
I have seen it happening.
Many of my clients report to me that they had significant improvement in vision since they have been on the Self Healers Protocol. I myself started to use the reading glasses when I was 47 years of age. Now at 61, I can read without them again.
Since our eyes are mostly supplied with lymphatic flow, the recovery is very slow. It is the same with our bones, joints and the central nervous system and the nerves in general.
The Ophthalmologists will use medicinal remedies in an attempt to cure the eye. I just cannot see it having a positive effect when they misunderstand the cause of the problem. What are they really trying to achieve? As usual, they just approach it on the symptomatic level and this never results in healing.
The important thing is, now we know that we can prevent chronic eyesight deterioration if we maintain our blood clean and this we can achieve by properly hydrating ourselves.
Avoiding the stress is another helpful thing to do but first of all, we have to stop poisoning ourselves with the toxic garbage we call our food. Do not play with the food. Eat it the way our creator has prepared it for us – manipulate your food as little as possible. The wild animals do it and they do not suffer from any chronic diseases humanity is plagued with.
Many people are told that the reason for their eyes deterioration is diabetes or high blood pressure.
This is not correct. All those problems develop simultaneously as a result of toxic blood and lack of energy caused by a stress. Toxic blood and stress prevent cellular hydration which is the basic step towards the dysfunctional body.
Hydrate with water and sea salt, correct your diet and control your stress. Be barefoot as much as possible and sunbathe as often as you can.
Love and light.