Thursday, September 15, 2016

Kyani On - Grape Seed and What So Great About It?

Grapes are one of the most popular fruits in the U.S., but many people neglect to eat what is perhaps their healthiest feature — the seeds. Grape seeds are rich in powerful antioxidants and natural plant compounds called oligomeric proanthocyanidin complexes (OPCs).
OPCs are most well known for their antioxidant activity, which means, at the very least, grape seed may help to destroy free radicals in your body, which in turn may help you avoid premature aging and certain chronic diseases.
However, OPCs also demonstrate a host of other beneficial activities in the body, which may explain why grape seed extract appears to help so many different health conditions while exerting its effects body-wide.
According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH):1
"Today, grape seed extract is used as a folk or traditional remedy for conditions related to the heart and blood vessels, such as atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and poor circulation …
…  [C]omplications related to diabetes, such as nerve and eye damage; vision problems, such as macular degeneration (which can cause blindness); swelling after an injury or surgery; cancer prevention; and wound healing.
The grape seeds used to produce grape seed extract are generally obtained from wine manufacturers."

OPCs Help Make Grape Seed Extract a Health Superstar

One of grape seed extract's claims to fame is OPCs, which are related to the much more well-known compound resveratrol(found in grape skins). According to the journal Alternative Medicine Review, OPCs not only have antioxidant activity but are also:2
Anti-allergicVasodilatory actions
In addition, the journal reported OPCs "have been found to inhibit lipid peroxidation, platelet aggregation, capillary permeability and fragility, and to affect enzyme systems … Based on these reported findings, OPCs may be a useful component in the treatment of a number of conditions."
OPCs may even play a role in cancer prevention. Research published in the journal Prostate found OPCs helped stop the spread of prostate cancer cells and also caused apoptosis (cell death) among prostate cancer cells.3 Further, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center:4
"Studies have found that grape seed extracts may prevent the growth of breast, stomach, colon, prostate, and lung cancer cells in test tubes. However, there is no clear evidence whether it works in humans.
Antioxidants, such as those found in grape seed extract, may help reduce the risk of developing cancer. Grape seed extract may also help prevent damage to human liver cells caused by chemotherapy medications."
Grape seed extract also contains high levels of compounds (procyanidin dimers) that act as aromatase inhibitors. This is likely another way grape seeds may help prevent and treat cancer, specifically hormone-dependent breast cancer.
Aromatase, an enzyme, converts androgen to estrogen and is expressed at higher levels in breast cancer tissues than normal tissues.5
Many types of breast cancer are fueled by estrogen, which is why some chemotherapy drugs work by inhibiting the activity of aromatase. Grape seed extract may exert similar effects naturally.

Grape Seed for Your Heart Health, Skin and Brain

The more research that emerges on grape seeds, the more it becomes clear they have wide-reaching health benefits. Grape seeds have been shown to improve flexibility in joints, arteries and body tissues such as your heart, for instance.
Grape seed also helps improve blood circulation by strengthening capillaries, arteries and veins. Additional health benefits include those that follow.6
High Blood Pressure
The antioxidants, including flavonoids, linoleic acid, and phenolic procyanidins, in grape seed extract help protect your blood vessels from damage, which may help prevent high blood pressure.
Grape seed extract has previously been shown to help dilate blood vessels and was shown to lower blood pressure in people with metabolic syndrome (most of whom also had prehypertension).
Another study found that a grape seed extract beverage improved blood pressure in people with pre-hypertension,7 while a single dose of grape seed extract improved blood pressure in hypertensive rats.8
Chronic Venous Insufficiency
The OPCs in grape seed extract may benefit this condition. About 80 percent of those who consumed OPCs had an improvement in symptoms after the first 10 days of treatment. Feelings of heaviness, itching, and pain were reduced significantly.
Bone Strength
Grape seed extract has been shown to improve bone formation and bone strength in animal studies.9
Swelling (Edema)
Grape seed extract has been found to inhibit leg swelling that can occur during prolonged sitting. In addition, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center:11
"Edema is common after breast cancer surgery, and one double-blind, placebo-controlled study found that breast cancer patients who took 600 mg of grape seed extract daily after surgery for six months had less edema and pain than those who took placebo.
Another study found that people who took grape seed extract after experiencing a sports injury had less swelling than those who took placebo."
Cognitive Decline
Animal studies suggest grape seed extract may reverse hippocampal dysfunction in the brain by reducing oxidative stress and preserving mitochondrial function.12 Grape seed extract may even be useful as a preventative or therapeutic agent in Alzheimer's disease.13
Oral Health
Grape seed extract solution led to less demineralization and more remineralization of cavities in one lab study. Since remineralization is an effective treatment that may stop or reverse early tooth decay, grape seed extract could play a beneficial role in oral health.
Grape seed extract administered along with exercise training improved lipid profile, weight loss, blood pressure and other diabetic complications better than either intervention administered alone.
According to researchers, "This [grape seed extract and exercise training] may constitute a convenient and inexpensive therapeutic approach to diabetic complications."15
Slight evidence suggests grape seed extract may also be beneficial for:16
  • Improving night vision
  • Protecting collagen and elastin in your skin (for anti-aging effects)
  • Treating hemorrhoids
  • Protecting against oxidative rancidity and bacterial pathogens

Can You Get the Benefits of Grape Seeds from Eating Grapes?

If you enjoy snacking on grapes, there's no reason to spit out the seeds (and may be some benefit from eating them). However, to reach therapeutic quantities of grape seeds you'd need to eat a lot of grapes — and this is not recommended since grapes are one of the highest-fructose fruits.
Most grape-seed extract comes from ground-up seeds from grapes used to make red wine. In fact, grape seeds and their extract are considered a byproduct of the wine and grape juice industries.
While you can purchase whole grape seeds to consume for health purposes, they're very bitter. This is actually a good thing, as polyphenols, flavonoids, and other beneficial plant compounds almost always taste bitter — it's a sign they're good for you.
Unfortunately, since most people find them to be unpalatable, "the food industry routinely removes these compounds from plant foods through selective breeding and a variety of debittering processes."17 If you're willing to get past the bitter taste, then whole grape seeds are an option.
If not, grape seed and grape seed extract is available in supplement form. There is no daily recommended amount at this time, but some studies used doses of between 100 to 300 milligrams/day.18 The University of Maryland Medical Center recommends looking for products that are standardized to 40 percent to 80 percent proanthocyanidins, or an OPC content of not less than 95 percent.

By Dr. Mercola - Link here  
Disclaimer: The statements and products referenced in this site have not been evaluated by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The Kyäni products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or condition. The information in this site is intended as a source of reference materials and scientific data for educational purposes only. If you have any diagnosed medical condition we recommend you consult your individual health care provider with specific questions before using any new dietary supplement.

Thursday, September 8, 2016

Kyani On - Acai Berry and It's Benefits

Kyani Sunrise is one of the unique product of Kyani Triangle of Health. This article talks about one of the ingredients of Kyani Sunrise thus making it so powerful. One of the Super Foods that Complete Nutritional Spectrum in a form of liquid or water base supplement.

12 Health Benefits of Acai Berries

There are numerous healthy berries that would be a great addition to your diet. The acai berry is one of the healthiest berries you will ever find.
Acai is an indigenous berry commonly found in the rain forests of the Amazon. This antioxidant-rich fruit has been heralded for centuries as a healing, immune-stimulating, energy-boosting fruit. Research has shown that this antioxidant-rich berry may be able to fight the health problems associated with oxidative damage, not to mention many other health benefits.

1. Heart Health

Similar to red wine, research shows that acai berries are extremely high in anthocyanins, a form of plant antioxidant associated with the ability to lower cholesterol levels in the blood stream. They are also rich in plant sterols that provide cardio-protective benefits to our cells. It does this by preventing blood clots, improving overall blood circulation, and relaxing the blood vessels.

2. Resistant to Harmful Organisms

Scientists from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro have shown that consuming acai extract may help fight harmful organisms. 

3. Aids in Weight Loss

Known by nutritionists as a super-food, acai may help us not only lose weight, but maintain a healthy weight. One interesting study from the National Institutes of Aging found that pulp from the acai berry had the ability to reduce the negative effects of a high-fat diet in laboratory studies on flies.

4. Promotes Skin Health

Currently, many modern beauty products are carrying acai oil, again due to the oil’s high antioxidant content. What is more, acai oil is a great natural alternative to chemical based skin-care products that harm the skin in the long-run. Taken internally, the berries can also give your skin a healthier glow. In fact,
Brazilians have been eating acai berries for centuries to treat skin conditions.

5. Helps Digestion

Taking acai may also aid in keeping our digestive system clean and in optimal function. The berries have powerful detoxification capacities in the human body and are a well-known traditional source of dietary fiber. Of course, there are many other high fiber foods that can do the same thing, including many other types of berries.
Picking Acai Berries

6. Reduces Irritation

Acai berries contain properties may prevent the typical irritation associated with respiratory distress.

7. Improved Cellular Health

On a general level, the anthocyanins found in acai play a role in our cellular protection system, helping to keep cells strong against the invasion of free radicals.

8. Immune Booster

Acai is very high in Vitamin C and ellagic acid, an immune-system-boosting combination that has been shown to suppress the growth of cancer. One study published in the Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry found that polyphenolic compounds extracted from acai reduced cancer cell proliferation by 56-86%. It is thought that acai’s phytochemcials can stop the process of carcinogenesis on a molecular level, killing off tumorous cells before they multiply. Acai berries are not a cure for cancer; but hopefully more research will examine their benefits and potential role in the fight.

9. Anti-Aging Effects

Extremely high in many forms of plant phytochemicals (antioxidants), acai berries may contribute to an ability to slow or reverse typical processes of aging related to oxidative damage. In fact, the berries are one of the planets highest sources of antioxidants, with one berry holding ten times the amount of antioxidants as grapes, and two
times the amount of blueberries.

10. Energy Boost

Due its overall health benefits, taking acai extract can lead to an increased overall level of energy and stamina, and may aid to combat fatigue and exhaustion. Whenever you need a boost, simply eat a handful of berries and you will be ready to go in no time!

11. Better Sex

This famous red berry has also been linked to overall increased blood circulation in the human body, a phenomenon that may contribute to a boost in sex drive, especially for men.

12. Improves Mental Function

Preliminary research studies show that acai may prevent mental imbalance in menopausal women.

Disclaimer: The statements and products referenced in this site have not been evaluated by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The Kyäni products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or condition. The information in this site is intended as a source of reference materials and scientific data for educational purposes only. If you have any diagnosed medical condition we recommend you consult your individual health care provider with specific questions before using any new dietary supplement.

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Kyani On - Nitric Oxide For Better Oxygen Circulation

It is also called by the name "Molecule of Life". I was amazed by the tagline since we are from in singular molecule. Further more, it answers the very most question of our veins and how they do there part to sustain us life. I found this article here in stating;

What is nitric oxide and how does it work?

What is nitric oxide and how does it work? 
Some people think it's the gas that makes us laugh at the dentist office. Some think it's the fuel racecar drivers use to speed up their cars. But it's neither. Nitric oxide is a molecule that our body produces to help its 50 trillion cells communicate with each other by transmitting signals throughout the entire body.

Nitric oxide has been shown to be important in the following cellular activities: 

• Help memory and behavior by transmitting information between nerve cells in the brain
• Assist the immune system at fighting off bacteria and defending against tumors
• Regulate blood pressure by dilating arteries
• Reduce inflammation
• Improve sleep quality
• Increase your recognition of sense (i.e. smell)
• Increase endurance and strength
• Assist in gastric motility
There have been over 60,000 studies done on nitric oxide in the last 20 years and in 1998, The Nobel Prize for Medicine was given to three scientists that discovered the signaling role of nitric oxide.
Nitric oxide and heart disease 
Nitric oxide has gotten the most attention due to its cardiovascular benefits. Alfred Nobel, the founder of the Nobel Prize, was prescribed nitroglycerin over 100 years ago by his doctor to help with his heart problems. He was skeptical, knowing nitroglycerin was used in dynamite, but this chemical helped with his heart condition. Little did he know nitroglycerin acts by releasing nitric oxide which relaxes narrowed blood vessels, increasing oxygen and blood flow.
The interior surface (endothelium) of your arteries produce nitric oxide. When plaque builds up in your arteries, called atherosclerosis, you reduce your capacity to produce nitric oxide, which is why physicians prescribe nitroglycerin for heart and stroke patients.
Nitric oxide and erectile dysfunction 
Viagra and other impotence medications work due to their action on the nitric oxide pathway. One cause of impotence is unhealthy and aged arteries that feed blood to the sexual organs. Viagra works by influencing enzymes in the nitric oxide pathway, causing a cascade of enzymatic reactions that enhance nitric oxide, causing more blood flow and better erections.
How to increase nitric oxide in your body 
The most common way to increase nitric oxide is through exercise. When you run or lift weights, your muscles need more oxygen which is supplied by the blood. As the heart pumps with more pressure to supply the muscles with blood, the lining in your arteries releases nitric oxide into the blood, which relaxes and widens the vessel wall, allowing for more blood to pass though. As we age, our blood vessels and nitric oxide system become less efficient due to free radical damage, inactivity, and poor diet, causing our veins and arteries to deteriorate. Think of a fire hose as water rushes through it to put out a fire - it needs to expand enough to handle the pressure, still keeping enough force to put out the fire. Athletes and youth have the most optimal nitric oxide systems, reflecting their energy and resilience.
Diagram 1Another way to increase nitric oxide is through diet, most notably by consuming the amino acids L-arginine and L-citrulline. Arginine, which can be found in nuts, fruits, meats and dairy, and directly creates nitric oxide and citrulline inside the cell (diagram 1).(6) Citrulline is then recycled back into arginine, making even more nitric oxide. Enzymes that convert arginine to citrulline, and citrulline to arginine need to function optimally for efficient nitric oxide production. We can protect those enzymes and nitric oxide by consuming healthy foods and antioxidants, like fruit, garlic, soy, vitamins C and E, Co-Q10, and alpha lipoic acid, allowing you to produce more nitric oxide. Nitric oxide only lasts a few seconds in the body, so the more antioxidant protection we provide, the more stable it will be and the longer it will last. Doctors are utilizing this science by coating stents (mesh tubes that prop open arteries after surgery) with drugs that produce nitric oxide.
Nitric oxide for athletes and bodybuilders
Increasing nitric oxide has become the new secret weapon for athletes and bodybuilders. Athletes are now taking supplements with L-arginine and L-citrulline to support the flow of blood and oxygen to the skeletal muscle. They also use them to facilitate the removal of exercise-induced lactic acid build-up which reduces fatigue and recovery time. Since arginine levels become depleted during exercise, the entire arginine-nitric oxide - citrulline loop can lose efficiency, causing less-than-ideal nitric oxide levels and higher lactate levels. Supplements can help restore this loop allowing for better workouts and faster recovery from workouts.
With nitric oxide deficiencies due to aging, inactivity, smoking, high cholesterol, fatty diets, and lack of healthy foods, increasing your nitric oxide levels can help increase your energy, vitality and overall wellness. The basic adage of eating well and staying active all makes sense now.
WARNING: If you have an existing heart condition or abnormal blood pressure, please consult your healthcare professional before taking supplements to increase nitric oxide levels.
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Monday, August 8, 2016

Kyani On - Fatty Liver Symptoms

According to doctors, a fatty liver isn’t damaging to the body on its own accord. However, the accumulation of excessive fatty tissue can lead to severe liver damage—including inflammation and scarring.

A fatty liver occurs when you take in more fat and calories than your liver can process. As a result, simple fats build up in the liver cells, making the liver prone to damage. The most common reason for the development of fatty liver disease is obesity—with obese individuals increasing their chances of developing the condition by about 75-percent. Although a fatty diet and weight gain is the main culprit, diabetes (or insulin resistance), hyperlipidemia (or elevated lipids in the blood), and alcohol abuse (with 90 to 100-percent of binge drinkers contracting fatty livers) will also increase the chances.

Here are the ten most common symptoms of fatty liver disease
1. Fatigue - If any organ in our bodies becomes dysfunctional, in this case the liver, the body will try to protect itself and compensate by pumping excess blood to the organ, which often leads to unexplained weakness, confusion, impaired judgment, or trouble concentrating, severe energy loss, and a sudden inability to participate in social activities that were once enjoyed. Researchers also speculate that changes in brain chemistry and hormone production contribute to feelings of fatigue and exhaustion.

The pathophysiology of liver disease-related fatigue often presents with additional neuropsychiatric symptoms, which typically develop over a compressed period of time. These symptoms can include problems like depression and anxiety, which may be worsened by changes in your body’s ability to produce serotonin, an important mood regulator. Serotonin production can diminish in patients with fatty liver disease, leading to noticeable changes in mood. However, the root cause of these problems is frequently misdiagnosed, as clinicians may not immediately attribute them to liver problems.

2. Obesity - Doctors attest that carrying around a lot of excess weight will increase your risk of fatty liver disease by a whopping 75-percent. In addition, the individuals most prone to the condition are in middle age, which means if you’re overweight and in your 40s or 50s, it’s in your best interests to adopt a healthier diet and get some regular exercise in effort to shed unwanted fat cells.

Liver problems can also interfere with your body’s ability to digest food and absorb nutrients, which can also lead to changes in weight. A chronically poor diet with a sustained intake of fatty, sugary, and/or salty foods is one of the root causes of fatty liver disease. If lifestyle factors such as poor diet or excessive alcohol intake are increasing your risk of developing liver problems, you should adopt healthier habits as soon as possible to reduce your chances of the serious health problems that can result.

3. Genetics - Heredity, something that’s passed down from parent to child, is often a primary indicator of future health problems. For instance, if a biological parent or grandparent was affected by liver disease, children and grandchildren of that individual may also be stricken with the condition as well. In the case of liver disease, studies show the individual may be prone to obesity or alcoholism, or be born with low levels of liver enzymes, which are involved in the metabolism of fats and alcohol.

If you are genetically predisposed to fatty liver disease or other types of liver problems, it’s especially important to be proactive about maintaining good health. Reduce or eliminate your consumption of alcohol and avoid overusing acetaminophen, as it can cause liver damage. Eat a healthy, balanced diet which limits sugar, salt and fat, and make sure you’re eating plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables.

4. Jaundice - A condition that shows itself in yellowing of the skin and in the whites of the eyes is a common sign of liver disease.  Jaundice is caused when bile flow from the liver is blocked, which brings out itchy, tiny yellow bumps around the eyelids and on the skin’s surface. These yellow deposits are caused by excess levels of bilirubin in the blood, which cannot be excreted from the body due to diminished liver function.

Clinicians classify jaundice in three different ways: hemolytic, hepatocellular, and choleastic. Hemolytic jaundice indicates that the condition is arising outside of the liver, and is likely caused by an infectious disease such as malaria. Hepatocellular and choleastic jaundice both occur within the liver, and doctors perform differential diagnoses to detect the exact cause of jaundice and determine whether or not it’s occurring as the result of diminished liver function.

5. Urine Color - Oftentimes, if jaundice (a yellowing of the skin and in the whites of the eyes) develops, you will also notice changes in the color of your urine, which will usually appear unusually dark. This is because of the presence of toxins which are normally processed by the liver, but are passed through to the urine when the liver cannot properly deal with them. You may also notice that your urine has an unusually strong or pungent odor, and urination may become labored or painful as it thickens in consistency. 

Changes in the constitution and color of your feces may also occur. Stools may becoming whitish or clay-colored, omitting a severe odor. Alternately, they could become tarry, and you may detect small or large amounts of blood when you pass a bowel movement. Such symptoms are serious, and should be reported to your doctor or primary caregiver immediately.

6. Skin Changes - In addition to skin changes due to jaundice, you may notice patchy skin and discoloration in the neck area (due to swollen glands) and under the arms once liver failure sets in. Additional skin alterations may show themselves in broken blood vessels on the face, or spider veins on the chest, back, and shoulders. The hands can also be affected, with palms turning red and nail beds turning white with enlarged fingertips. In most cases, skin changes caused by fatty liver disease cause the skin to darken.

If you drink alcohol, you may notice that any such changes in your skin colors intensify after periods of heavy drinking. You should interpret this as a serious sign that it’s time to make some significant lifestyle changes. Giving up drinking can be difficult, so if you’re struggling to ban the bottle, tell your doctor. He or she can direct you to medical and community-based resources that can make it easier for you to give up drinking for good.

7. Abdominal Pain - May indicate liver disease or liver failure. You’ll experience the discomfort in the center or right upper portion of the abdomen, which may indicate internal bleeding. This may cause vomiting with tinges of blood occurs if blood vessels within the gastrointestinal tract become inflamed and rupture, and you may also notice blood in your stool. In many cases, abdominal pain will be accompanied by fluid retention in the stomach area, a condition known as ascites.

Ascites can be treated in numerous ways. First, your doctor will likely prescribe a diuretic, which is a type of drug that stimulates urination and encourages your body to rid itself of excess fluids. However, more aggressive treatments may be necessary if diuretics don’t relieve the condition. The abdominal pain associated with fatty liver disease may linger even if accompanying ascites is successfully treated, so keep a close eye on your symptoms and report them to your doctor during subsequent visits.

8. No Symptoms - Fatty liver disease is often called a silent killer—meaning it shows almost no symptoms, particularly in the beginning stages. However, should the disease be allowed to advance untreated over a number of years, with no signs, symptoms, or complications while fat accumulates, the liver will become inflamed and scarring will occur on the organ’s surface. Eventually, untreated fatty liver disease can lead to liver failure.

Because of the dangerous nature of fatty liver disease, it is very important for at-risk people (and everyone else, for that matter) to be proactive about prevention. There are many things you can do to reduce your risk for fatty liver disease. Yo-yo dieting, resulting in rapid, unchecked weight loss (often followed by a period of weight gain) is a leading cause of fatty liver disease. Excessive alcohol consumption and obesity are also linked with an increased risk of developing the condition. Living a moderate, healthy lifestyle will go a long way to safeguarding your long-term health.

9. Fluid Retention - An engorged abdomen, a condition called ascites, which occurs due to fluid retention in the abdomen and liver, will occur with the onset of severe liver disease. Ascites leads to an engorged, tight abdomen and a navel that appears pushed out due to fluid retention. It can also cause breathing challenges due to severe pressure on the internal organs.

While you’ve already learned about the treatments for ascites, you should also keep in mind that the fluid retention symptoms associated with fatty liver disease aren’t always limited to the stomach and abdomen; they can also occur in the lower legs, ankles and feet. This happens because of the natural action of gravity, which draws excess fluid down into the lower regions of the body. Again, diuretics will likely help, but you’re going to have to address the root cause to solve this problem permanently.

10. Muscle Wasting - People with advanced liver disease will often develop muscle wasting, or another associated condition called Dupuytren’s Contracture, in which the tendons in the hands shrink, the fingers curl, and muscle tremors (or uncontrolled shaking) set in. This wasting away of the muscles comes from the liver’s diminished ability to metabolize proteins, and can also make the patient more susceptible to fractures and bone breaks.

Patients will not normally experience these symptoms until the disease has reached an advanced and serious stage. However, it is usually preceded by rapid and unexplained weight loss, which in and of itself can have numerous causes. If you notice that you’re losing a lot of weight and haven’t made any major changes to your diet or exercise routines, it’s a good idea to visit your doctor to find out what’s going on. Remember that weight loss isn’t always a good thing, and can signal the presence of an underlying disease or medical condition.

Wild Blueberries May Counter Cancer Cells - Anthocyanin pigments shone in a new study from the University of Illinois that tested the effects of blueberries on prostate and liver cancer cells.  The results showed that various compounds in wild blueberries—including anthocyanins—possess the power to help prevent cancer in all three phases: initiation, promotion and proliferation.

Disclaimer: The statements and products referenced in this site have not been evaluated by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The Kyäni products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or condition. The information in this site is intended as a source of reference materials and scientific data for educational purposes only. If you have any diagnosed medical condition we recommend you consult your individual health care provider with specific questions before using any new dietary supplement.

Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Kyani On - Eye Health

What are eyes. Eyes are organs that detect light, and send signals along the optic nerve to the visual and other areas of the brain Complex optical systems with resolving power have come in ten fundamentally different forms, and 96% of animal species possess a complex optical system.

The simplest "eyes", such as those in unicellular organisms, do nothing but detect whether the surroundings are light or dark, which is sufficient for the entertainment of circadian rhythms. From more complex eyes, retinal photosensitive ganglion cells send signals along the retinohypothalamic tract to the suprachiasmatic nuclei to effect circadian adjustment.
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Eyes Condition
  • Acanthamoeba Keratitis: Poor contact lens hygiene often causes this rare but serious eye infection.
  • Allergies: Itchy, red, swollen, tearing eyes may mean eye allergies. Get tips for relief.
  • Amblyopia (Lazy Eye): is usually develops in young children and can mean permanent vision problems if not treated early.
  • Bell's Palsy: This condition causes sudden paralysis of one side of the face. Because of inability to blink, you may develop severe dry eye.
  • Blepharitis: Inflammation of the eyelids can cause chronic eye irritation, tearing, foreign body sensation and crusty debris.
  • Cataracts: If you live long enough, you will eventually have cloudy vision from cataracts. Learn about causes and about cataract surgery, which replaces your eye's natural lens with an artificial one. 
Eyes Diseases

  • CMV Retinitis: About 80 percent of adults have been exposed to the cytomegalovirus (CMV), but it mostly affects people with poor immune systems, such as AIDS patients.
  • Conjunctivitis (Pink Eye): What you can do about redness, swelling, itching and tearing of pink eye.
  • Diabetic Retinopathy: Diabetes causes sight-threatening retinal degradation.
  • Eye Herpes: Ocular herpes is a recurrent viral infection that may lead to serious vision loss.
  • Ocular Hypertension: High eye pressure has no symptoms, but it is easily detected in an eye exam. Take care of it before it develops into glaucoma.
  • Retinitis Pigmentosa: Poor night vision and a narrowing field of vision beginning in childhood herald this rare disorder.
  • Stargardt's Disease (STGD): Children and young people can develop Stargardt's disease, often leading to central vision loss.
Vision Problems
  • Astigmatism: Don't despair: distorted vision is usually correctable with eyeglasses, contacts or surgery.
  • Double Vision (Diplopia): Many conditions cause double vision, including stroke and cataracts.
  • Higher-Order Aberrations (HOAs): Higher-order aberrations are vision errors causing poor night vision or double images.
  • Hyperopia (Farsightedness)Farsighted people can have poor near vision or blurred vision at all distances.
  • Myopia (Nearsightedness): Nearsighted people can see fine up close, but distant objects are a blur.
  • Peripheral Vision Problems: "Tunnel vision" can have various causes, including glaucoma.
  • Presbyopia:  means difficulty seeing close up for people 40 and older.
The following are common exams for eye problems that your eye doctor or healthcare provider may perform on you:
  • Fluorescein or Rose Bengal staining:To perform this exam, your eye care professional or healthcare provider may put special eye drops into your eyes. Using a special light, they can see if there are any problems with the surface of your eyes. This may be done if eye problems include having eye pain, trauma, or a feeling of itchy eyes.
  • Ophthalmoscopy: This is when your healthcare provider uses an ophthalmoscope, to look at the back of your eye. They can see the structures of the eye, such as the lens, retina, blood veins and vessels. Your healthcare practitioner may do this in the office, whenever you notice any eye problems.
  • Pupil dilation: The pupil is widened with special eye drops, to allow your healthcare provider or eye care professional to look more closely at the back of your eye. 
  • Tonometry: This test is performed when the examiner wants to check the fluid pressures in the eye. It may be using a manual, hand-held device, or a more modern machine that blows a "puff" of air into your eye. Increased pressure in your eye may be a sign of glaucoma.
  • Visual acuity test: Your eye examiner will use a chart to test how well you can see at different distances. This test may be performed when you are getting new glasses or contact lenses.

Things you can do about eye problems
  • To prevent or treat a blockage of the eye's drainage system: If you have a history of sinus infections, this may cause a blockage in your eye's drainage system. Make sure to seek healthcare advice if you think you are developing a sinus infection, and take oral antibiotics, if your healthcare provider suggests.
  • Use warm compresses to help your eye to drain, if you have any type of eye infection.
  • Surgery may be recommended for your eye problems if there is an extensive blockage. This also depends on many factors, including your health condition, and the location of the blockage. Discuss this with your healthcare provider.
  • If you have tearing as a result of allergies of irritants in the air, try to eliminate them from your work or home environment. An air cleaner may be necessary.
  • If you have a dry eye syndrome, ointments or artificial tears may help.
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