Approximately 80% of information about the outside world is obtained through the visual organs. The device of the human eye allows it to be one of the most advanced optical instruments.  Every day we see ourselves in the mirror, look into the eyes of other people, but hardly think about the fact that the natural cycle of human life is such that the body is steadily undergoing changes, characterized as aging and withering. Unfortunately, over the years, many of us face a serious age-related eye disease that has a strong negative impact on vision and quality of life.

Age-related macular dystrophy (AMD) is a chronic progressive disease of the posterior eye, characterized by dystrophic processes in the central area of the retina and vascular membrane of the eye, fraught with irreversible loss of vision.

They highlight the “dry” and “wet” forms of retinal dystrophy. The “dry” form occurs in 90% of cases. The “wet” form is much less common (about 1 out of 10), but is more dangerous. Vision loss occurs for many years and is a painless process. Most often, vision loss occurs gradually, and damages the central part of the eye.

Today, there is no drug or surgical way to cure AMD, but it is possible to suspend and take control of the development of the disease. Basically, the treatment is reduced to the elimination of risk factors and the prevention of dystrophic processes in the nervous tissue. Prevention includes exercise, good nutrition and lack of smoking. Studies of age-related eye diseases have shown that Healthity’sVision’Lutein” diet has slowed the age-related development of macular degregrapenation, due to its natural composition.  Lutein and Zeaxanthin helps to improve visual acuity and the distinction of details. Vitamins A, C serve as antioxidants and a remedy against cataracts and yellow spot degeneration.

Take care of your eyesight.

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