Diabetic retinopathy and your eyes
CAN DIABETIC BLIND YOUR EYES?
Unfortunately, Yes, It is called diabetic retinopathy. You can come out of this danger if you add fatty fish to your diabetic diet chart.
Millions of people in the United States and around the world with diabetes, age forty and older, live with diabetic retinopathy. It is most treatable in its earliest stages. It is essential to catch it early. Diabetic retinopathy is a diabetes complication that affects blood vessels in the retina. It can happen to anyone who has type 1 or type 2 diabetes. In the early stages of diabetic retinopathy may not have any symptoms. But the condition progress; it can blind your eyes. Diabetic retinopathy usually affects both eyes. The symptoms can be
- -Spots in your vision
- – Blurred vision
- – Fluctuating vision
- – Impaired colour vision
- – Empty spaces in your vision
- – Vision loss
There are three different types of diabetic retinopathy.
- – background retinopathy
- – diabetic maculopathy
- – proliferative retinopathy
What is background retinopathy?
Background retinopathy is very small blood vessels (microaneurysms) developed on your retina.There are no signs of background retinopathy; the only thing to identify is a retinal screening check.
What is diabetic maculopathy?
Maculopathy is the progression of background retinopathy into the macular. In this stage, you can face reading difficulties, face identification difficulties, etc.
What is proliferative retinopathy?
Proliferative retinopathy is the advanced stage of diabetic retinopathy in which the retina becomes blocked.
It usually takes several years for diabetic retinopathy to bring blindness to your eyes. So If you have retinopathy symptoms, follow these steps.
- – Stick to your meal plans
- – Exercise regularly
- – Control high blood pressure
- – Avoid alcohol and smoking
- – Use omega 3 contain foods (fatty fish)
If you could not control the diabetic retinopathy in its early stage, you have to get main treatments as
-Injections of medication into your eyes
-An operation to remove blood or scar tissue from your eyes.
Destroy abnormal blood vessels that have grown in your retina.
Your eye will be injected with the medicine that reduces the swelling and leakage of blood vessels.
The best advice is to do regular eye examinations for diabetic retinopathy at least every two years. There is no other way of detecting retinopathy. So if you have diabetes, adapt to the best diabetic meal plans containing omega-three foods as many as possible.
Fish recipe for diabetic retinopathy
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