Efficacy Of Triphala Ghrita Netratarpan in Computer Vision Syndrome


Triphala Ghrita
Computer vision syndrome

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Sawant, D. (2018). Efficacy Of Triphala Ghrita Netratarpan in Computer Vision Syndrome. Ayurlog: National Journal of Research in Ayurved Science, 1(01). Retrieved from https://ayurlog.com/index.php/ayurlog/article/view/118


In the present era, the full computerization of a country is necessary for the progress. The present era can be defined as “Computer Ageâ€. It has seems that the work at the computer is very intensive & most tiring therefore countries like Germany has included computer operational work in the list of the 40 most harmful trades for the health & restricted work at the computer should not exceed 50% of the working time. In the developing countries like India where the remuneration for the work is far from satisfactory & the young generation is aspiring for more material gains which necessitate them to work overtime or have part-time jobs in addition to their legitimate work. This situation adds up to the works with the computer which badly affects their health. Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) is the complex of eye and vision problems related to near work which are experienced during or related to computer use. CVS is characterized by visual symptoms which result from interaction with a computer display or its environment. In most cases, symptoms occur because the visual demands of the task exceed the visual abilities of the individual to comfortably perform the task. In CVS following Signs & Symptoms occurs.they are Presence of excessive debris & mucous strands in the tear film., Reduced or absence of marginal tear strip.Lusterless ocular surface - xerosis.,Lid Dry & Rough touch. And Symptoms are Itching, Burning sensation, Blurred vision, Dryness of eyes, Redness of eyes, Pricking Pain. , Foreign body Sensation, Difficulty in opening & closing the lids.
For the study, we have taken Triphala Ghrita Tarpan for 7 days in three consecutive months for 30 patients in treated group and in controlled group eye exercises given like palming, eye movements for 7days in three consecutive months for 30 patients.The results are very much satisfactory in the treated group as compared to the controlled group.The details will be given in detail in full research paper.


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