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Hello from Northern Ireland

Discussion in 'Meet and Greet' started by Alan Hall, Jul 14, 2019 at 6:06 AM.

  1. Alan Hall

    Alan Hall New Member

    Hello everyone,
    I’m 46 and here because I’ve been looking for reasons why I had detached retina at the age of 41.
    My surgeon saying “it’s just one of those things” wasn’t good enough for me.
    I had a previous trauma to the eye and noticed my vision gradually deteriorating. I thought the detachment was because of the trauma and aging.
    I have a cataract in the damaged eye and don’t want to go through the procedure to have it removed and the lens replaced.

    I now believe the reason was poor diet -thinking I needed carbs for my sport, blue light toxicity - from working indoors at a PC and a lot of iPhone screen time; and pretty much constant wearing of sunglasses - I know, in a country that gets very little sun... crazy!
    I now get natural light at every opportunity- some people accuse me of using sunbeds and am finding my vision is improving!
    I’m so grateful for the help and advice given freely by Dr Jack Kruse.
    I listen to him at every opportunity and have read a lot of the books he recommends.
    He deserves a lot more recognition than he receives.
    Thanks Dr Kruse.
     
    Ed Pomicter and caroline like this.
  2. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    Hi Alan and welcome.

    Please start a journal in the optimal journal section so we can follow your journey.

    Great progress!
     

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