Photophobia Light Sensitivity FAQs
Posted by Anna Jones on 23 May 2014 08:14 AM

Q: I have a damaged retina and bright lights hurt my eyes a great deal. What can you suggest to help with my condition?

A: Please follow the Photophobia Light Sensitivity Health Plan and Photophobia Light Sensitivity Health Activity Plan for more information.

 

Q: I am suffering with severe migraines and recently bright lights have been hurting my eyes, to the point where I feel almost blinded if I look at them. Please help?

A: It sounds like it could be Photophobia Light Sensitivity. Common causes of this condition include migraines, corneal abrasions, etc. The delicate cells in the retina or the macula can become damaged and then stop working because of a blood clot. Serrapeptase can only help with the process, but follow the plan here to clear the clot and begin to regenerate the retina/macula.


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