EYES   are very important and magic part of body to help us see a beautiful world, we spend time use our eyes to concentrate in all activities such as reading, computing, working, watching TV & games, shopping etc. Most people get effect from common eye conditions; Cataracts, Glaucoma & Macular Degeneration they can get treatment from eye doctors in hospital. But people who living with a mysterous eye condition find it is hard to get treatment or even don't know what causes it? recommend you have an eye test at least every two yearsor more frequently if recommended by your optician, wear sunglasses to protect your eyes from the sun, be aware of the possible dangers to your eyes when playing sports.It is very important that if you are experiencing any urgent eye problems, always feel headache, dry eyes, you should visit your optician or primary care physician for a check - up before it's too late..

The easy way for Therapy routine : Eye muscle exercise

Eye relaxation 

The eyes glanced upward. Hold for 5 seconds, then glanced down below the eye. Hold for 5 seconds, then glanced to the left eye. Hold for 5 seconds, then glanced to the right eye. Hold for 5 seconds. Then repeat it to 10 minutes a day.

Treatment with cold water

 Wash your face before going to the bath water. (Not hot), put a small Wash basin lowered slightly. Both hands to make a cup then filled with water. Hands about 6 inches away from the eyes gently closed eyelids gently splashing water effects. Cold water helps to relax the muscles around the eyes (up to 2 times a day for 10 minutes).

Therapy generated imagery

  What was the first book to find any open book with glasses and then select the text to remove anything from the first to recognize the shape of a better word. Filed so far away. In terms of your vision and blurred and close eyes to imagine in mind that you see them clearly doing this to help the eye muscles gradually shifted the focus to better automate (to do so approximately 10 minutes).

Therapy by hands 

Sitting down on a chair to sit comfortably and left hand gently close your left eye. The right hand and gently close the right eye. Will help prevent light entering, the eye is dark here. Make eyes feel more comfortable than usual. (To do this, every day before going to bed. Daily at least 45 minutes). 

An Amsler chart can help you monitor your eyesight

How To Test Yourself with the Amsler Grid

  1. Place this the Amsler Grid chart at eye level where light is consistent and without glare.
  2. Put on your reading glasses and cover one eye.
  3. Fix your gaze on the central black dot.
  4. Keeping your gaze fixed, try to see if any lines are distorted or missing.
  5. Marked the defect on the chart.
  6. Test each eye separately.

If the distortion is new or has worsened, arrange to see your ophthalmologist urgently

Always keep the Amsler chart the same distance from your eyes each time that you test.

Note:  If you need reading glasses, please wear them while you use the Amsler grid. 

The grid should be at about the same distance from your eyes that any other reading material would be.

Good bright lighting is essential to get the best out of your sight. An anglepoise or standard lamp with a strong bulb is helpful for reading, sewing and close work. Halogen bulbs create a good light without the heat that accompanies conventional light bulbs. Good daylight is very helpful for most activities. 

Reading in poor lighting level will not damage your eyes, but it will be more difficult and tiring. Increasing the amount of light on the task will make it easier to see and and less tiring to do.

Perimetry testing

Also callled visual-filed testing, this checks for any loss in your pripheral sight, by measuring the area that the eye can see.


A severe headache, typically lasting from four to 72 hours, accompanied by light and noise sensitivity and/or nausea and vomiting. Migraine attacks are due to spsm, followed by excessive dilation, of blood vessels in the brain.

Causes there is no single cause of migraine, although it tends to run in families. Stress-related, food-related, or sensory-related factors (such as eating chesse, chocolate) may trigger attacks. In women, menstruation, oral contraceptives and HRT may also be triggers.

Types and symptoms: there are two types: migraine with aura (an impression of flashing lights and/or other neurological symptoms such as numbness and tingling) and migraine without aura. In migraine without aura, there is a slowly worsening headache, often on one side of the head, with nausea and sometimes vomiting and/or light and noise sensitiviry. In migraine with aura, there may be visual disturbances for up to an hour, followed by a severe, one-sided headached, nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to light and noise. Other temporary neurological symptoms, such as weakness in one half of the body, may occur.

Diagnosis and treatment: diagnosis is usually made from the history and a normal outcome from any physical examinations between attacks. Treatment for an attack is an analgesic drug such as aspirin, paracetamol, or a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug, with an antiemetic drug, if needed. If this is not effective, drugs called 5HT1 agonist , such as sumatriptan, may be prescribed. These drugs are taken as early as possible at the start of an attack, and may prevent the development of a full-blown attack. Sleeping in a darkened room may hasten recovery.

For frequent attacks, preventive treatmentmay be required. Keeping a diary can help people to indentify trigger factors, and prophylactic drugs may be prescribed. Drugs that contain ergotamine may prevent an attack if taken before the headache begins, but are now rearely used; they have largely been replaced by serotonin antagonists such as pizotifen. Beta-blocker drugs, or low doses of tricyclic antidepressant drugs, may also be used to prevent attacks.


There are two reasons to wear sunglasses. The first reason is if you don’t like the bright sun shining in your eyes, as the dark surface of the sunglasses helps to block out bright light and make the world appear darker. The second is that the sun’s ultraviolet rays can be harmful in the long term, causing all sorts of problems with your eyes including loss of eyesight and eye cancer. Goodsunglasses protect against this, as their lenses filter out most of the harmful UV rays.
So how do sunglasses work? The darkening effect is a very simple one: looking at the world through tinted lenses makes it seem darker to you – even though the effect is really just an optical illusion, it can help you if exposure to bright sunlight tends to give you a headache or cause you to squint.

The UV-filtering effect, however, is more complex. UV-filtering lenses are coated with special chemicals that allow light to pass through them, but reflect away UV. UV rays are basically high-frequency light waves, which means that the chemical structure has to be built to deflect higher frequency light while allowing through lower frequency light. This is difficult science, and the materials needed to do it are expensive.

The most complicated sunglasses of all are prescription sunglasses. These are sunglasses that not only protect from light and UV, but also work like normal glasses to correct your eyesight. For this to work, it requires that normal vision-correction glasses are taken, tinted and coated with UV-reflecting chemicals – a complicated three-step process. However, all the ingredients work together flawlessly, to produce sunglasses that are wearable by people who need their vision corrected all the time. It is even possible to buy clear tinted lenses that fit over the top of your normal glasses, effectively a do-it-yourself way of making prescription sunglasses.