This Universal Sound Therapy Protocol was designed to help you improve your vision.
Are you or someone you love suffering from eye support issues and associated symptoms? At Universal Sound Therapy we deal with all sorts of issues including eye support with our sound therapies.
Our therapy is based on frequencies, tuning your body to vibrate at the correct frequency is as important to your body healing itself or reducing symptoms you are facing. Our healing sessions provide your body with the frequencies that would be found in a normal, healthy body. Your system absorbs these frequencies and makes the needed changes to “tune itself” and start to heal. Our bodies want to be healthy and when we provide them with the proper tools they will do everything needed to do just that.
Universal Sound Therapy is in the business to help your body heal and we are so confident that it will work for you that we offer you a 90-day money back guarantee. And if our Eye Support sound therapy CD doesn’t help, just return it for a full refund. Try to get that from your doctor or pharmacy.
Our Eye Support sound therapy CD’s help by:
- Minimize or decrease occurrence of light sensitivity, night blindness, and red eyes
- Has the correct frequencies to help your body retune itself
- Aligns and opens your Chakra system
- Opens and cleans up your meridians
- Helps your body heal itself
Short Description of Eye Support Issues
Approximately 12 million people age forty years old and above in the United States suffer from some form of vision impairment due to lack of eye support. 1 million people are blind, 3 million have vision impairment after correction and around 8 million have vision impairment because of an uncorrected refractive error.
Symptoms of Eye Support Problems
Symptoms of eye support problems include:
- Red eyes
- Night blindness
- Light sensitivity
- Dry eyes
- Excessive tearing
- Blurred or distorted vision
About Eye Support Issues
Keeping your eyes healthy is vital to your health and overall wellbeing. Being informed of your eye health and monitoring for changes via comprehensive eye exams can in effect reduce your chances of having eye support issues or vision loss. Based on data from the Centers for Disease and Prevention, over 21 million Americans have some form of vision problem. Most are fortunately benign, like mild myopia or nearsightedness but there are also some serious ones like glaucoma, cataracts and age-related macular degeneration. These issues can lead to loss of vision if there is no proper intervention done.
Eye redness may be due to a number of different conditions and or injuries that leads to eye irritation and eventually vision loss. Normally, the small blood vessels in the eyes will become inflamed, resulting in the sclera or the white of the eyes to look red or pink. Having red eyes is a sign that your eyes are suffering from some form of irritation or it may also be an indicator of a bigger issue such as a bacterial or viral infection. Common eye problems associated with red eyes include: conjunctivitis (pink eye), blepharitis, eye allergies and uveitis.
If you realize that you are having trouble seeing in the dark or at night, you may have a night vision problem. Normally, the eyes will adjust between well-lit and dark areas, but some eye issues can make it very difficult to do so. Difficulty seeing in the dark may be due to cataracts, nystagmus and retinitis pigmentosa.
Headaches are pain concentrated on the head, neck and face regions. Usually, a headache may be due to emotional or physical stress or due to high blood pressure. A headache can affect different parts of the head depending on its origin. It can feel like a dull ache or a sharp, throbbing pain in the temples. Headaches may also be due to various eye problems, some of which are considered as eye emergencies. Some eye support problems that can present with a headache are: angle-closure glaucoma, refractive errors, migraine and photokeratitis.
Light sensitivity refers to a condition that causes seeing bright light to be uncomfortable. Known as photophobia it can make the person squint when in a brightly lit room or while outside. More serious cases can cause significant pain when the eyes are exposed to any sort of light. Some eye conditions that are associated with it are: cataracts, corneal abrasion, allergies, keratoconus, migraine and strabismus.
Floaters refer to specks, dots, lines or webs that occur in your field of vision. While they seem to be in the front of your eye, they are actually floating inside the vitreous layer which is a jelly-like substance that fills the middle of the eye and is also called the vitreous humor. Normally, floaters are harmless in small amounts and they usually disappear over time. The patient normally notices them when looking at something plain such as a blank wall or the sky. However, there are severe floaters that can be indicative of a more serious eye problem such as: diabetic retinopathy, eye lymphoma, torn or detached retina, posterior vitreous detachment and uveitis.
These appear as flashing or lightning streaks in your field of vision. Some patients even report flashes as similar to “seeing stars” after being hit on the head. Usually, flashes are a result of vitreous rubbing or pulling on the retina and can be due to aging. Flashes are also more common in certain eye conditions like detached or torn retina and migraine.
Having dry eyes can make your eyes feel scratchy, gritty and irritated. It is a chronic condition that is usually due to your eyes not having enough good quality tears to keep it lubricated. Dry eyes may also be indicative of more serious problems like: chronic dry eye, blepharitis and Bell’s palsy.
When the eyes produce too much tears and is continuously tearing, it can be due to a number of issues. Irritated eyes produce tears in an effort to soothe and lubricate. Tearing may be due to: bacterial keratitis, blocked tear duct, pink eye or conjunctivitis, dry eye and allergies.
Blurred or Distorted Vision
Blurred or distorted vision is a common symptom of a number of eye problems. In the event that you notice a sudden, marked change to your vision, make sure to visit your eye doctor as soon as you can. Common eye problems that cause blurred or distorted vision are: age-related macular degeneration, astigmatism, cataracts, conjunctivitis, macular edema, refractive error, detached or torn retina and keratoconus.
Eye swelling in or around the eye may be due to trauma to the head, face and neck. Eye tissue may become irritated or inflamed resulting in the swelling. Eye swelling can be due to: black eye, blepharitis, blocked tear duct, cellulitis, conjunctivitis, corneal ulcer, scleritis and Graves Disease.