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There are not only healthy and dead cells in the damaged visual system, but also many diseased, hypometabolic nerve cells. They survive but become inactive as if being locked in a hibernation mode. Neurons (cells) in the visual system can become silent because they are either molecularly damaged, inhibited by toxic substances, or lack of […]

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Cataracts and age-related macular degeneration (AMD) are the leading causes of visual impairment and acquired blindness and are a key quality of life issues among millions of aging people. Both the severity and irreversibility of cataracts and AMD have generated interest in ways to either prevent or delay their progression. Nutrition is one promising means […]

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Most people have a system in their eyes to perceive different colors, this system consists of three types of, so-called, cones in the retina: each cone is responsible for the perception of blue, red and green; other colors are then produced by mixing the blue, green and red light. Our brain receives signals delivered by […]

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Dear Savir Team, after the stay of our daughter J in Savir-Center in Magdeburg, we would like to take this opportunity to thank you. The whole team was extremely competent and helpful, the atmosphere there was nice and pleasant. We have gotten many new insights and ideas, especially the new courage to live! We are […]

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The developing history of Savir-Center is closely related with the over 30 years´research of Professor Dr. Bernhard Sabel, which focuses in developing and discovering new treatment possibilities for improving residual vision. During the past years, hunderds of patients are treated. with the result of the treatments, Professor Sabel and his team published over 200 publications. […]

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In 2015, in one of the studies which are published in PLOS ONE (2015; doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0144505), Dr. Robert Rich (New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai) proved that when doing four common yoga poses, the intraocular pressure (eye pressure) can increase. Nowadays, yoga is a chosen lifestyle for many individuals. Based on the […]

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People with visual system problems go to the ophthalmologist. But if the diseases attack the nervous system part of the eye, such as the retina, optic nerve or the brain, ophthalmology has limited possibilities to offer help. The traditional ophthalmological view holds that once the damage has happened, the vision loss is irreversible. This pessimistic […]

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Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a degenerative disease, typically associated with older age that causes a large blind spot in the central visual field. When this vision loss hits both eyes, you’re apt to have trouble reading or fixating on something. One signal of this disease: you find you’re forced to turn your head when you […]

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while traditional ophthalmology aims to slow down or even prevent the aggravation of the problem (cell death), the new holistic, clinical approach of vision therapy is to strengthen residual vision, by improving eye, brain, and blood flow. This “eye–brain–vascular” (EBV) triad ensures that all the processes required for good vision work together well and in […]

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Nature has many gifts for your healthy vision. Here is another one: sports! Therefore, consider boosting your eye health by regularly working out. It not only can help you lose weight and, if you are overweight, prevent diabetes, but it also curbs harmful inflammation and improves blood flow in the body. This can impact blood […]

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