Treatment of Squint without surgery in India, by ayurveda
Created - 21 Dec 2015Last Modified - 24 Jun 2019
Squint is not an incurable disorder anymore! Hundreds of patients experienced permanent cure at Prakash Nethralaya and Panchakarma Kendra
Squints (Bhengapan) are believed more like a curse that a mere eye disorder. It not only affects the outer appearance of a person, but also diminishes the morale of a person to face the world with utmost confidence. Till date, Squint (Strabismus) believed to be one of the rarest forms of eye diseases that oddly affects a person's eye. But a recent study revealed some of the shocking facts about this eye disorder. As per the study, nearly 1 out of every 20 children around the globe enduring this eye disorder. The problem usually appears (but not limited to) before the age of 5.
General symptoms to identify this disease
It is not among the diseases that are constant in their appearance, but if your child's eye is involuntarily turning upward, downward, inward or outward and experiencing hazy or double vision, then it would be the time for you to seek professional consultation. It is noteworthy that if left untreated, then it can cause amblyopia (lazy eye) in the patient. It is a condition when the brain starts ignoring signals from the affected eye.
The exact cause behind Squint is still unknown, but it is believed that the problem occurs when the eye voluntarily try to overcome a vision problem. Some of the childhood problems like measles and hereditary disorders are also interrelated to it.
Squints are among the special eye diseases, the cases of which are even turned down by the medical science after a certain point. As there is no precise medical answer available to these diseases, patients tend to live with short-term treatments encircled with the side effects.
But even the adverse cases are successfully cured with no side effects!
An interesting turn of events has been discovered at Prakash Nethralaya and Panchakarma Kendra in the last few years, when the patients with oldest history of eye diseases were successfully treated, with reportedly no cases of side effects at all.
Even in the rare forms of incurable eye diseases, there has been significant improvement observed in the health and eye function of the patient.
When compared to Squint surgery, where the muscular movement is controlled to improve the alignment of the eyes, the Ayurvedic treatment has proven itself to be risk free, affordable and stable solution to the eye disease. The testimonials of the patients reveal that even those who had a failed Squint surgery, also have a stable recovery of their deteriorated eye.
There are several reasons due to which Squint (Strabismus) got a systematic remedy in the principal treatment of Ayurveda. The entire process of the treatment is dependent upon one of the ancient and powerful elements of Ayurveda, known as Panchkarma, which assures the elimination of all the toxins from the body and enlighten the path of speedy recovery of the patient.