There’s nothing worse than failing eyesight. Whether you’ve got a degenerative eye disease that is deemed incurable by doctors, or you’re just getting to an advanced age, vision loss is one of the worst things that can happen to you.
And no matter what, on a long enough timeline everyone’s vision will start to deteriorate…
We process so much of our world through our eyes, be it our favorite books, shows, sports.
Or even more the face of a loved one when we make them smile.
Losing our vision often times means losing some of the biggest things that bring us joy.
And really, it’s not your fault.
Our eyes haven’t changed much physiologically for thousands of years…
But our world has changed a lot!
Think about how 30 years ago there were very few computers, no smart phones and so many less TV’s per house.
Add to that the usage of LED light bulbs lately – you can’t even barely find the old incandescent style anymore!
We are also more stressed as a society than ever, and if you ask any doctor they will tell you that stress makes the body less able to heal itself.
All this means that the eyes are under a new constant type of stress that frankly, they were not designed to handle.
And in turn eye sight is getting worse.
My mission it to make sure your vision stays at it’s peak level no matter what.
I know many of my patients that have ended up losing jobs because they are unable to see the things they used to, and often times losing the ability to drive.
Now, even if you have been stricken with a degenerative eye disease there are steps you can take to preserve the vision you have left and often times regain the health back to your eye for improved results.
Since opening my practice I have used multiple therapies for people like you to assure your eyesight stays strong for as long as possible.
And along the way I have found that there are things that can help you in the long run, even if you aren’t one of my active patients…