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    Eye training: simple exercise that can improve your vision

    Like our arms and legs, our eyes are moved by contracting muscles. Attached to the back of the eyeball are several tiny muscles that can pull the eye in all directions. Keeping the eye muscles in shape with eye training is therefore essential for good vision. This article is also available as a video on…

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    Useful and Free Apps for People With Visual Impairment

    People with visual impairments often have a narrower or incompleted vision, some of them also suffer from foggy or blurred vision. For them, the daily activities are limited in various aspects. Thanks to the development of mobile technology, many supportive functions and app are developed, in order to help people with low-vision. In this article,…

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    Lutein and Zeaxanthin – Eye-Friendly Nutrients

    Researchers have found out that the carotenoids lutein and zeaxanthin can prevent cataracts and AMD. These ingredients act as antioxidants and they are the only carotenoids that exist in our eye. Cataracts and age-related macular degeneration (AMD) are the leading causes of visual impairment and blindness. And the visual performance is a key quality of…

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    Glaucoma Patient: Be Careful With These 4 Yoga Positions

    Even today, glaucoma patients are advised to avoid some certain physical activities such as pull-ups or weightlifting, because it may lead to a significant rise of intraocular pressure. The headstand positions are also considered to be dangerous. However, the influence of yoga positions has been not known, up until now.. Nowadays, yoga is a chosen…

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    Reading When Suffering Age-Related Macular Degeneration: New Exercise

    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…

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  • Let’s Get Physical: Exercise! SAVIR GmbH

    Let’s Get Physical: Exercise!

    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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  • Detecting and Treating Dry Eyes SAVIR GmbH

    Detecting and Treating Dry Eyes

    Everyone has experienced at least once a problem with dry eyes. Symptoms of dry eyes are: itching or burning sensation in your eyes, eye redness, feeling of tired eyes, blurred vision or a foreign body sensation. Even if you have cried for a while, the eyes can stay dry. The reason may lie in a…

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  • Help With Vision Loss: Low-Vision Rehabilitation and Mobility Training SAVIR GmbH

    Help With Vision Loss: Low-Vision Rehabilitation and Mobility Training

    In addition to the best possible medical care, living assistance for vision loss should be one of your first priorities, which may include low-vision mobility training and a visual restoration program. Too many people with vision loss do not even know how many services and support options are available. There are several organizations that specialize…

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  • Healthy Nutrition for the Eyes SAVIR GmbH

    Healthy Nutrition for the Eyes

    The best health care is a comprehensive one. Holistic Medicine is not the same as alternative medicine. Holistic means considering all aspects of human life, including medical, psychological, physical and social components as well as lifestyle. After all, it’ s not only the eye that makes you see in a healthy way, but also your brain and your…

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