Cornea and retina specialists have begun to notice eye-related complications in patients who have recovered from covid.
Some people have reported experiencing blurred vision while ill with the disease, but it appears that these impacts on their vision have had lasting effects. Although research is ongoing and we don’t know everything about covid yet, it seems that the disease blocks or restricts blood supply to the retina in some patients. This results in a condition called retinopathy (something that some diabetic patients already deal with) leading to visual impairment.
Drink 1 capsule, DNA Protector, in the evening.
Daily apply a few drops of the Eye Restore Blend on the back of the neck and behind the ears. Use in conjunction with the Eye Sight Restore Roll-on around the eye area, twice a day, not close to the eyes though.
An antioxidant that’s been nicknamed “the eye vitamin,” lutein protects both the eyes and skin.
Just like lutein, zeaxanthin helps protect the eye’s tissue, lens, and macula, which clears the vision and prevents glare, light sensitivity, or disorders like cataracts. The antioxidant vitamin C does more than just fight colds — it also helps protect your vision by fighting free radicals and helping you absorb more trace minerals and nutrients in general.
Studies have found that zinc in combination with other vitamins helps protect the retina and lower the risk for macular degeneration. Vitamin A is an antioxidant and has been shown to prevent loss of vision caused by degenerative conditions, such as cataracts and macular degeneration. Omega-3 stabilizes blood sugar levels, which lowers inflammatory responses, helps fight eye damage caused by diabetes, improves circulation, and helps stop cells from mutating.