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What are different homeopathic remedies for Farsightedness? – Part 1

Hyperopia is also known as:
– Farsightedness
– Longsightedness
– Hypermetropia
• It is a defect of vision.
• This is caused by an imperfection in the eye.
• It causes problem focusing on near objects.
• The causes of hyperopia are genetic.
• It can involve an eye that is too short.
• It can also involve a cornea that is too flat.
• This makes the images focus at a point behind the retina.

People with hyperopia can experience:
• blurred vision
• asthenopia
• accommodative dysfunction
• binocular dysfunction
• amblyopia
• strabismus

Symptoms of Farsightedness

• Aching eyes
• Blurred vision
• Crossed eyes
• Eye strain
• Headache while reading
• Mild farsightedness

Homeopathic Remedies for Farsightedness

1. Ruta
This remedy is given to a person with the following symptoms:
• weak eyes from overuse
• pain with poor vision
• poor vision due to eye strain
• eye strain headaches
• eye lid spasms
• stiffness and pain
• soreness and pressure behind the eyeballs
• eyes may become inflamed and swollen
• heavy watering
• over-sensitivity to light
• person may also have problems with focusing the eyes
• Problem with accommodating to changes in brightness.

2. Aconitum
This remedy is given to a person with the following symptoms:
• stressed eyes sleeping too late
• studying
• watching television
• feels better from cold water

3. Argentum nit
This remedy is given to a person with the following symptoms:
• not able to keep eyes fixed and steady
• weakness
• eye symptoms worse with abdominal symptoms
• gas and bloating
• craves sugars
• fears heights
• fear from talking in front of groups

4. Agaricus
This remedy is given to a person with the following symptoms:
• weak eyes from strain
• spasms from adjustment to distance
• twitching of eyelids and eyeballs
• heat in eyes

5. Calcarea carb
This remedy is given to a person with the following symptoms:
• tears in open air
• unable to read in low light
• dimness of vision
• person can be obese
• head sweats easily

6. Cinnabaris
This remedy is given to a person with the following symptoms:
• redness of eyes
• pain in tear ducts
• pain in bones of orbits

7. Conium
This remedy is given to a person with the following symptoms:
• weak
• light sensitivity
• tendency to dizziness

8. Gelsemium
This remedy is given to a person with the following symptoms:
• eye muscle weakness
• droopy eye lids
• eye muscle twitching
• light sensitivity
• retinitis
• one pupil dilated

9. Jaborandi
This remedy is given to a person with the following symptoms:
• irritability of the ciliary muscle
• distance adjustment problems
• eyestrain
• pupils contracted
• eye pains from fine eye work

10. Lilium tigrinum
This remedy is given to a person with the following symptoms:
• sensitive to light
• wild look in eyes
• burning sensation when reading
• tearing
• poor vision
• hormonal issues

11. Natrum mur
This remedy is given to a person with the following symptoms:
• dry eyes
• flurry vision
Eye weakness can be a result of:
– over exertion
– over-reading
– watching television
– reading or writing

12. Phosphorus
This remedy is given to a person with the following symptoms:
• over sensitive
• double vision
• retinal problems
• floaters
• letters appear red
• sees things through a mist

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