Eye floaters -- some say it's a condition we all suffer from. Although I wear glasses to read, and seem to need them more and more, I have not been hampered by eye floaters.
I was recently asked to review a product to get rid of eye floaters. One of the main sections of the ebook talked about the psychological issues involved. I'm a firm believer that mind over matter can often cure us of things that ail us. I know mental stress can become a physical ailment. I see this all the time in my massage therapy practice. I also know that once there is an injury, that that body part is likely to be a sore spot from then on.
Being open-minded to the physiological-physical relationship is a necessity. The eye floaters ebook stresses this as well.
The ebook says, "People who wear glasses are more prone to
being Sufferers of Eye Floaters. This is primarily because these are people who have a greater awareness of their eyes and their vision. They have had to question the quality of their eyesight and thus are more aware of the changes that can be noticed when
pertaining to their eyesight."
The ebook says eye doctors are apt to not be able to do anything for eye floaters. I'm not sure how true this is because I have no personal experience.
Assuming, though, that it is true, then the methods outlined in the ebook might be worth trying for those who do suffer from eye floaters. Like all ailments, looking outside the box beyond conventional Western medicine is a good idea. Too often drugs and surgery are choices of medical experts in the United States. While drugs and surgery have their place, they are not always the best solutions nor should they necessarily be the first choices.
Medical care is a personal choice. Second opinions should be sought. And taking responsibility for yourself is a must.
"Again, doing such things and others that evade the problem of Eye Floaters is counterproductive. They do not help and they demand lifestyle changes that are just not right," the Eye Floaters ebook says.
The ebook touches on surgery and supplements. But for the most part the author of the ebook is all about mind over matter. I can't see why it would hurt to try this. Diet is another concern. I certainly agree that what we put in our bodies can play a significant role in how our body operates.
Go to www.eyefloaters.info for more information.