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What are different homeopathic remedies for Farsightedness? – Part 2

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.

Homeopathic Remedies for Farsightedness

13. Physostigma
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• floaters
• flashes in eyes
• pupils contracted
• vision trembling
• astigmatism
• night blindness
• sensitivity to light
• eye muscle spasms
• eye lids tense

14. Sepia
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• red, tired, and weak eyes
• menopausal eye problems
• gets worse in morning and evening
• burning
• tearing
• aching behind the eyes with headache
• drooping eyelids

15. Apis mellifica
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• eyelids and surrounding areas get very puffy and tender
• with burning or stinging pain
• cold applications partially relieve the pain
• after overexposure to very bright light
• eyes feel sore
• oversensitive eyes

16. Arnica
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• person with a bruised, sore feeling in the eyes
• pain after closely-focused work
• pain from looking into the distance
• pain from sightseeing, watching movies
• person may feel a need to keep the eyes open
• getting dizzy when closing them.

17. Kali phosphoricum
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• exhaustion from illness
• overwork
• stress brings eyestrain
• eyes feel very tired
• the vision seems blurred and weak
• person startles easily
• person is oversensitive to light.

18. Kalmia latifolia
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• great stiffness felt in the eyes and eyelids
• worse when moving the eyes
• vision may seem to be impaired or weak
• may also have nerve pains in the face and teeth
• pain in joint
• muscle stiffness that shifts from place to place.

19. Symphytum
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• eyeball has been bruised
• injured by a blow from a blunt object
• Injuries to the eyeball can be serious
• Should always be examined by a doctor.

Supplements for Aging Eyes

• Fish oil Omega 3s – anti-inflammatory
• Bilberry – more oxygen to eyes
• Pycnogenol – a pine extract
• MSM – a sulfur-derivative that strengthens connective tissue

Homeopathy Dosage Directions

Several homeopathic physicians recommend the usage of the remedies be used as follows:
• Take one dose.
• Wait for a response.
• If improvement is seen, it is best to wait for the remedy to work.
• If improvement lags then another dose can be taken.
• The frequency of dosage differs with the condition.
• It also differs from individual to individual.
• A dose may be needed several times an hour in some cases.
• In other cases, a dose may be needed several times a day.
• In some other cases, one dose per day can be said to be enough.
• If there is no response then after waiting for some time, it is best to switch to another remedy.
• Follow the same as above with the other one.

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