Stem Cell Therapy for Common Eye Disorders
The eye is a complex organ, and many different conditions can affect it. Some of the most common eye disorders include cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy. If you have any questions about whether or not your eyesight has been affected by one of these eye diseases or disorders, then contact your eye doctor or simply read this article to understand common eye disorders.
Blurry, hazy vision; halos around lights; eye pain when looking at bright light; Some changes in color perception (for example, everything looks red); eye floaters – tiny specks, cobwebs, or strings that appear in your eye; eye redness or eye irritation; eye itchiness or burning sensation all are the symptoms of eye problems that you need to address.
The following are some of the eyesight disorders you should look out for if you think that your eyesight has been affected by one or more eye diseases.
Eyesight Disorder Types
A common eye disorder is a strabismus. With this eye disease, one of your eyes might turn in, out, up, or down while you are looking straight ahead at something all the time without moving it.
Another example of eye disorder is amblyopia or lazy eye. In this condition, one eye does not develop normal vision because the brain favors other eyesight information from that eye over what it “sees” coming from the eye with poor sight. The good eye becomes stronger and more dominant while the eye with poorer sight may go untreated for long periods of time.
Glaucoma is another common eye disease, which involves increased fluid pressure in the eye. This excess eye fluid puts such a strain on your eye’s nerve cells that they eventually start to die off because of this high pressure.
Diabetic retinopathy is an important eye disorder which is happened due to a diabetes complication that affects the eyes. In this condition, diabetes reduces blood flow and oxygen to the retina (the layer of cells lining the back inner eyewall that senses light). The retina can not function properly without blood flow and oxygen, so damage occurs to your eye’s ability for sight.
A common eye disorder is nearsightedness or myopia. People with this eye disease cannot see objects that are far away clearly, but they can see things up close very well without any problem. Hyperopia or farsightedness is the opposite of nearsightedness because people who have hyperopia do not have a problem seeing distant objects, but they cannot see things that are up close very well.
Cataracts are eye diseases where there is a clouding of your lens inside the eye so that light is not able to pass through it very well. This leads to less eyesight because the eye can not properly focus on objects anymore, which makes seeing difficult for people with cataracts.
Dry macular degeneration is a condition that mainly affects older people (normally above 50 years). It causes blurred or reduced central vision, due to thinning of the macula. The macula provides clear vision when you look directly at something in your line of sight. The symptoms for this disease can range from mild obscuration on one side only after years with no treatment, up until total blindness occurs.
The eye disorders and diseases that were discussed in this blog post included cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, strabismus (crossed eyes), amblyopia (lazy eye), and many more eye problems which can affect your eye health. If you are experiencing eye problems, you should go to an eye doctor or consult with a stem cell center for eyesight disorders treatment. Stem cells can treat your eye-related issues without any surgery and medications. Stem cells eye treatment is available in Pakistan at Shifa Rejuvenation Clinic and all around the world without any side effects or risk of pain because it’s a natural way to treat eye problems with stem cell therapy. Call us (051) 889-6711 for more details and about the process of treatment.