Corneal Disorders and Bright Eyes Drops

The cornea of the eye is a critical component of sight. For those who suffer from corneal disorders, treatment options may look bleak. While some disorders are temporary, others may be more permanent. Depending on the disorder and its severity, loss of vision is an unfortunate eventuality. Bright Eyes Drops can help. Lets see how. First lets take a look at some corneal disorders and some of the available treatments.

The cornea is a transparent dome that acts as a shield to the eye. It protects from dust, germs and other irritants. Disorders of the cornea are varied. Some are temporary and others are permanent. Either way, the symptoms can range from mild to severe. Some examples include; visual disturbances, distortions in vision, watery eyes, a halo effect and at times temporary or even permanent loss of vision. Certain things like allergies can cause irritation to the cornea, as can scratches and cuts.

Some disorders can cause blistering and subsequent blurred vision. One form of dystrophy causes the endothelial cells to gradually deteriorate. This can cause the cornea to swell and distort vision. Other types of disorders can even lead to glaucoma. So, what are some treatments that are available, and how can Bright Eyes Drops be of help?

As the disorders of the cornea can vary, so do the treatments. Some things like allergies, can be treated with allergy medications or an avoidance (if possible) of irritants. Other types of disorders that are more permanent may require further treatments. Drops, ointments and other medications are typical in treating corneal problems. For those who have chronic issues that are irreversible, corneal transplants may be viewed as the only option. While the surgery can be successful, there is the possibility of long term survival issues with the transplanted cornea. Bright Eyes Drops has been shown to help and even cure certain corneal disorders. How does it work?

Bright Eyes Drops contain a naturally occurring compound. This is called N-acetyl-Carnosine or NAC. In the L-Carnosine form it is better known as Ignotine which can be taken as an oral supplement to address a number of health issues. NAC is a very powerful antioxidant and anti-glycating agent. The levels of this compound in the body decrease with age. When applying the NAC drops to the eyes, it is adding it back to the body. Cellular senescence or biological aging is slowed and even reversed. Not only that, but Bright Eyes Drops also protect the eye from light and further free-radical damage. Another advantage is that it is 100% hypoallergenic.

Once a corneal disorder is diagnosed, why not see what Bright Eyes Drops can do for you? Whether your discomfort is mild or severe, improving the health of your eyes is important, and within reach!

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Author: Peter Aldred

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