Diabetic Retinopathy Treatment in Ayurveda

Best Ayurvedic Treatment for Eyesight



Let’s learn about the disease. Diabetic retinopathy is a form of diabetic complication that affects the eyes of a patient. When the overall blood sugar level of an individual’s body starts increasing, it begins inflicting damage on the tiny vessels of your retina. It, in turn, can prompt the part of the eyes to either leak fluid or cause severe bleeding, which is also known as vitreous hemorrhage. Besides, the condition can also distort your vision and make everything appear blurred or fuzzy.

If left untreated, the disease can progress to its advanced stage with loss of vision.

Nonetheless, all of the aforementioned issues can definitely be treated.

What are the Prominent Risk Factors of Diabetic Retinopathy?

If it’s not treated in time, there will be diminishing of vision and damage to the retina, leading to blindness.

  • Management of Blood Glucose Level

A Diabetic patient in order to control blood glucose levels will have to chart out a regular exercise plan along with medication.

  • High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure or hypertension, itself, is quite detrimental to the eyes and the retinas of a person. If a person does not control it in a proper manner, then it can lead to hypertensive retinopathy as well. Thus, the people who are suffering from both hypertension and diabetes do have a higher risk of developing the disease and causing retina damage.

  • Prolonged Diabetes

The longer an individual suffers from diabetic issues, the greater becomes the chances of developing retinopathy for him or her. According to a report, around 90% of individuals, who were dealing with type-1 diabetes for more than 10 years, had developed diabetic retinopathy.

On the other hand, almost 79% of people who were suffering from type-2 diabetes for over 10 years had developed the titular eye condition.

However, some medications regarding diabetic retinopathy treatment in Ayurveda can help you to control your diabetic condition. So, make sure to talk to your doctor about it beforehand.

  • An Increase of Blood Triglyceride Level

The issue of retinopathy is quite common among obese people as well. It usually happens due to the amplification of triglycerides in the blood, which, in turn, affects the cells of your retina massively. Furthermore, this issue can sometimes also lead to the development of Glaucoma.

  • Protein in Urine

If the amount of protein increases too much in your blood, then it will become difficult for your kidney to filter them. It, sequentially, can damage the organ and, indirectly affect your eyes as well.

As an early sign, it may also cause pain in the eyes. Hence, if anyone is suffering from diabetes for a prolonged period, then it is advisable for them to undergo the tests of measuring protein in the urine.


Unlike a few other eye conditions, diabetic retinopathy does not generally cause symptoms at the early stage.

However, if you are conscious enough, then you may sense the following signs, even when the disease is at its early stage.

  • A distant blurriness or vagueness in your vision
  • Floaters, or the appearance of colorless and transparent spots as well as dark strings, which keeps floating in an individual’s field of sight
  • The eyesight of a patient becomes poorer during the nighttime
  • Streaks or patches, which blocks a person’s ability to see objects that are situated a little bit far away
  • Weakened color vision
  • Empty spots or darker objects in the field of vision
  • The occurrence of photophobia or inability to withstand glare

Most of these symptoms tend to appear during the mid or late stages of the disease. However, if the individual still does not treat it, then they may lose their visional ability forever. Hence, one should never neglect these issues in any way and go for a retinal evaluation whenever they come across any of the previously-mentioned signs.

PDR or Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy is the most advanced and dangerous form of the eye condition. During this stage, the retina of the patient’s eyes starts getting deprived of oxygen. As a result, the organ begins developing new yet fragile blood vessels into the vitreous (a gel-like fluid, which keeps the eyes appositely hydrated). Because of being delicate, the new arteries tend to burst too quickly and, thus, cause bleeding in the vitreous and clouding the patient’s vision.

The patient has to undergo Diabetic Retinopathy treatment at Sanjeevan Netralaya with Ayurvedic medication at the earliest to prevent progression of the disease on to later stages. We offer assured treatment during all stages of Diabetic Retinopathy.

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