WHAT IS MYOPIA/ HYPERMETROPIA?

Myopia is an eye disease where a person faces difficulty in seeing objects at a distance. Also known as short sightedness, it causes distant objects to appear blurry while close objects appear normal.

Farsightedness, also known as hypermetropia, is a condition characterized by difficulty in seeing objects that are close. It is the opposite of myopia and results in close objects appearing blurry, while distant objects may appear normal.

WHO STATISTICS FOR MYOPIA/HYPERMETROPIA

Published estimates based on epidemiological studies indicate that myopia affects 1.89 billion people worldwide, and, if the current prevalence rates do not change, projections show that it will affect 2.56 billion people by 2020. Uncorrected myopia is the leading cause of vision impairment. By age 6-9 months approximately 4-9% of infants are hypermetropic and by age 12 months the prevalence is approximately 3.6%. Infants with moderate to high hypermetropia (greater than +3.50D) are up to 13 times more likely to develop strabismus by age 4 if left uncorrected.

TYPES OF MYOPIA/HYPERMETROPIA

Types of myopia:

Types of hypermetropia:

SYMPTOMS OF MYOPIA/HYPERMETROPIA

Myopia symptoms may include:

Hypermetropia may include:

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Ayurveda can cure your Myopia/Hypermetropia

Both myopia (short-sightedness) and hypermetropia (long- sightedness) are common eye conditions. Myopia and hypermetropia can be easily diagnosed and cured by Dr.Basu’sAyurvedic treatment . All you need to do is to follow our instructions strictly and within a couple of months your myopia/hypermetropia will begin to heal.
Your eyesight will improve with the regular use of our Ayurvedic treatment. For better results we advise you to visit our hospital for a consultancy. In case you are unable to visit, you can still benefit from the treatment at your end. The treatment is completely safe to use with no side effects.

HOW TO USE

Our Ayurvedic myopia/hypermetropia 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 888 100 1234

TERM OF USE

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:

  • Visit to our hospital for consultation
  • Consult your local eye specialist in case you are unable to visit us
  • Call us before proceeding with further treatment

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.

Conditions
  • Patients must have at least 5-10% vision for the treatment to work
  • Results can vary from patient to patient

Package Contains

3 Types of Capsules
ISO-RETINITIS –Useful in strengthening the Retina
ISO-ARJUNA – Antioxidant
ISO-AMRIT –Reduces eye strain and headache due to eyesight

2 Types of Eye Drops
ISOTINE RB – Useful in Refractive errors
ISOTINE TONIC – Cornea Infraction and Reticular Degeneration

  • Handling Time: 2 Days
  • Normally delivered within 15-25 days
  • We deliver worldwide through Indian Speed Posts - International Service
  • The product is non-refundable

Myopia/Hypermetropia

2 Months Course

$ 350

Published estimates based on epidemiological studies indicate that myopia affects 1.89 billion people worldwide, and, if the current prevalence rates do not change, projections show that it will affect 2.56 billion people by 2020. Uncorrected myopia is the leading cause of vision impairment. By age 6-9 months approximately 4-9% of infants are hypermetropic and by age 12 months the prevalence is approximately 3.6%. Infants with moderate to high hypermetropia (greater than +3.50D) are up to 13 times more likely to develop strabismus by age 4 if left uncorrected.
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