1. cs3000

    Eyesight restored from 20/400 to 20/25 in woman with copper deficiency

    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26828841/ Copper deficiency is very common studies have it @ 30% - 60% of populations not hitting 0.9mg. and for those that do 0.9mg can be too low, likely at ~50% for well nourished levels. at ~1mg heart issues start to develop, low copper is probably a leading...
  2. Sascha6990

    What's the cause of droopy (downwards) eyes?

    I noticed my niece (cousin's daughter) has droopy eyes. The photos are of her eyes(blue) and mine. You can see her entire arches are pointing down 🤔 From what I know, there is a difference in our bringing up, nutritionally speaking. Her mother used to give her a lot of supplements, I never took...
  3. LLight

    Relaxation/meditation and eyes defocus

    I don't know if you have ever experienced the eyes-defocusing that can happen when you close your eyes and relax or concentrate on your breath. I was able to do that pretty consistently when I was doing meditation like 3 years ago. Then, I tended to loose this "ability" along with the capacity...
  4. Doludolu

    Eye health and Vision | Causes, Natural preservation & Tips

    Hello, As I am studying, researching and spending quite a big chunk of my life looking at a PC screen, I have questions on eye-vision health & its preservation - if you notice that your vision is getting more blurry - what does that mean in terms of health? for e.x. - increased inflammation...
  5. A

    In diabetic retinopathy eyes, the ocular surface temperature is less than age matched counterparts

    Infrared thermography provides functional imaging by picturing the temperature pattern of the region imaged. The temperature correlates to the blood flow pattern and is used in the diagnosis of diseases like breast cancer, peripheral vascular disorders, diabetic neuropathy and fever screening...
  6. J

    Feeling incredibly Dried-Out after breakfast (includes liver): Vitamin A Toxicity?

    After breakfast, I always feel incredibly dried out. My whole body, especially my eyes and tongue. I always eat a bit of liver for breakfast and have been for at least the last 6 months. Thing is, it's only breakfast. My other meals are basically the same foods, just without the liver. And I...
  7. RealNeat

    Long hours driving for job. Mitigation of harm?

    I have started a job where I spend a lot of hours sitting in a car. I try to keep as much of the tech in there on airplane mode as I can to avoid the faraday effect of RF in a metal car. I'm trying to better my posture as it gets forward leaning throughout the day and I generally feel tight...
  8. Tristan Loscha

    Metabolomics Study Reveals Differences Between Diabetic And Non‐diabetic Patients With Cataract

    An exploratory LC‐MS‐based metabolomics study reveals differences in aqueous humor composition between diabetic and non‐diabetic patients with cataract - PubAg An exploratory LC‐MS‐based metabolomics study reveals differences in aqueous humor composition between diabetic and non‐diabetic...
  9. D

    I'm Attempting Reversal Of Advanced PSC Cataracts, Feedback Appreciated

    In April a week after my 50th I finally noticed my vision was terrible. I'd been dealing with some major issues and sort of swept my declining vision under the rug. I've been myopic since age 13 so I was already somewhat used to it. At the ophthalmologist, my left eye tested "counting fingers"...
  10. L

    Declining Eyesight Improved By Looking At Deep Red Light

    Staring at a deep red light for three minutes a day can significantly improve declining eyesight, finds a new study, the first of its kind in humans. Declining eyesight improved by looking at deep red light
  11. haidut

    Niacinamide May Treat Fibrotic Eye Disease And Prevent Vision Loss

    A great new study that demonstrated nicotinamide (NAM) may also have anti-fibrotic effects in addition to its positive effects on maintaining favorable NAD/NADH ratio and redox balance. The mechanism of action of NAM was inhibition of the TGF-β pathway and overall reduction of inflammation. This...
  12. Hans

    How To Restore Your Vision

    Since my wife and I had some vision-related issues a while ago due to stress and such, I thought to write an article about it to help others as well. Check it out and let me know your thoughts: How to restore your eye health naturally if you're working behind a screen for long hours » MenElite
  13. Hans

    Red Light And Eye Health

    There is research that red light can be beneficial for eye health, such as lowering ROS and oxidative stress, increasing ATP, exerting neuroprotective effects and lowering IOP. Has anyone here shone red light on their eyes either with open or closed lids and got benefits from it?
  14. haidut

    Vitamin K Important For Eye Health Too

    In addition to its role in bone, brain, and endocrine health now we can add eyes to the list of tissues/organs that may benefit from vitamin K as well. Unfortunately, most studies are still trying to study vitamin K from the point of view of osteocalcin and carboxylation, which only explains a...
  15. P

    Vitamin B3/NAD Fully Prevents The Development Of Glaucoma In Mice And Halts Its Progression If Alrea

    Vitamin B3 modulates mitochondrial vulnerability and prevents glaucoma in aged mice | Science "Oral administration of the NAD+ precursor nicotinamide (vitamin B3), and/or gene therapy (driving expression of Nmnat1, a key NAD+-producing enzyme), was protective both prophylactically and as an...
  16. haidut

    Dogs, Primates, And Maybe Even Humans Can Sense Magnetic Fields

    Ray wrote in one of his articles about Russian research showing that dogs can be used to discover underground metals. He said that this ability cannot be explained by the sense of smell but rather seems to be due to ability of dogs to perceive electromagnetic fields. This research seems to...
  17. haidut

    Bacteria Have Eyes

    Well, it is the entire bacteria actually that is an eye but still it is a pretty monumental discovery. I am waiting on a study that shows bacteria have emotions and then we can officially proclaim that the anthropomorphic principle is correct. Bacteria 'see' like tiny eyeballs - BBC News...
  18. S

    Saturated Lipids Probably Survive Your Whole Life In The Eye

    No turnover in lens lipids for the entire human lifespan
  19. haidut

    Calcification May Be The Cause Of Age-related Bllindness

    I always thought that this would be a very logical explanation, given that both Peat and official medicine are aware of the dangers of soft-tissue calcification. However, I was surprised to find out that officially the cause of age-related macular degeneration is still considered "unknown"...
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