Strabismus: Treatment, Diet and Home Remedies

Food and Nutrition

Foods to be taken
  • Omega-3 fatty acid from cold-water fish like salmon, tuna, sardines and halibut reduce the risk of developing eye disease
  • Oranges and all of their citrus cousins grapefruit, tangerines, tomatoes and lemons are high in vitamin C, an antioxidant that is critical to eye health
  • Zinc may help protect your eyes from the damaging effects of light. Foods high in zinc include peas, beans, lean red meat, poultry and fortified cereals
  • Carrots are high in beta-carotene, a nutrient that helps with night vision, as are other orange-colored fruits and vegetables like sweet potatoes, apricots and cantaloupe
Foods to be avoided
  • Fatty and high sugar and salty foods

Yoga and Exercise

Pencil push ups- Focus on a pencil in front at arm’s length; slowly move it towards the nose once it appears to be a double image draw it away from the nose. This exercise improves focus abilities and visual processing. Repeat the movement five times a week.

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