People who are suffering from diabetes are prone to an eye disease known as diabetic retinopathy, in which blood vessels of the retina get damaged due to high blood sugar level resulting in leakage inside the retina and the vitreous. This leakage directly blocks the vision.
An important vascular complication of diabetes is diabetic retinopathy, which affects the vision of 2.6 million people in the world, and is responsible for 2.6% of global blindness (0.84 million of 32.4 million people).
1: Non Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy (NPDR)
Referred as the ‘Nonproliferative Diabetic Retinopathy’, the most commonly existing of the two forms of the disease, it is considered as the early stage of diabetic retinopathy where there is no abnormal growth of blood vessels (proliferation).
NPDR weakens the walls of your retinal blood vessels. This leads to protrusion of ‘micro-aneurysms’ from the walls of smaller blood vessels, sometimes causing fluid and blood leakage into the retina.
It also causes dilation of larger retinal vessels, disturbing their natural diameter. As more and more blood vessels get blocked, NPDR progresses from mild to severe. This can also cause swelling in the micro nerve fibers of the retina, as a result of which the macula (the central most region of the retina) also begins to swell.
2: Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy (PDR)
As diabetic retinopathy increases in severity, it can progress to an advanced stage commonly known as proliferative diabetic retinopathy. By this stage, the earlier damaged blood vessels are closed off, stimulating the growth of new, abnormal blood vessels within the retina, which are most likely to leak blood and fluid into the clear, jelly-like substance filling the central area of your eye (vitreous).
This abnormal growth of blood vessels inside the retina also stimulates the growth of scar tissue, which may eventually lead to the detachment of retina from the back of the eye. There is also a probability of the new blood vessels interfering with the normal flow of eye-fluid, resulting in increased pressure-buildup in the eyeball. This can also inflict damage to the optic nerve, the central nerve connecting your eye with the brain, resulting in glaucoma.
Diabetic retinopathy is an adverse effect of diabetes on your eyes.
Dr.Basu’sAyurvedic formula is capable of treating all kinds of eye diseases including diabetic retinopathy. Our Ayurvedic eye treatment for diabetic retinopathy is prepared to treat the problem and help recover the vision loss caused due to this disease. It is 100% safe, natural and has no side effects
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Diabetic retinopathy is a diabetic complication that affects the eyes. We provide Ayurvedic remedies to treat diabetic retinopathy.
Our treatment is potent enough to strengthen blood vessels of the retina so that there are no further leakages. We recommend that you take the entire course of our medicine and also follow our instructions to get rid of your disease.
Our Ayurvedic diabetic retinopathy treatment consists of a package that has two types of eye drops and three types of capsules.
Directions of Use
Eye Drops: Put two drops four times daily from both types of eye drops with a gap of 5-10 minutes. Remember to relax for about 5-10 minutes after using the eye drops
Capsules:Consume all 3 types of capsules daily soon after breakfast and dinner
Follow this strictly without any breaks. There are no side effects to this treatment. In case you experience any problems, stop the treatment and call us immediately on 8881001234
Though our treatments are safe with no side effects, there are chances that in rare cases a person may experience irritation or the treatment may not suit a particular patient. In such cases we recommend the following:
We do not take any responsibility for any injury or financial loss incurred to you. However, we assure you that our treatments are safe with no side effects.
3 Types of Capsules
ISO-DR – Improves the damaged blood vessels of retina due to diabetes
ISO-DIABELNOL - Useful in controlling diabetes
ISO-RETINITIS - Useful in strengthening the Retina
2 Types of Eye Drops
ISOTINE CD – Controls vision loss
ISOTINE TONIC – Cornea Infraction and Reticular Degeneration