Stargardt Disease--Hope for Sight!
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The people with Stargardt in the First 120 People we worked with did extremely well, with 91% showing significant improvement. The newest development is that we continue to see these same successful results today, and others who offer this program are seeing the same results.
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We did a series of three articles on the treatment of Stargardt Disease at OrganicMD.com. You will like them. The links are below:
Stargardt Treatment Now, Part 1: Your Genetics Are Not Your Destiny. Click Here to see the article.
Stargardt Treatment Now, Part 2: Where Oh Where Is the Research? Click Here to see the article.
Stargardt Treatment Now, Part 3: Learn About the Dynamic Treatment. Click Here to see the article.
While there is no definitive cure for Stargardt disease, there are some effective means of treatment, which include:
Wearing sunglasses or eyeglasses that block 100 percent of UV rays when in bright sun is thought to help, as it reduces the likelihood of additional damage from the build-up of lipofuscin.
Syntonic Light Therapy applies specific light frequencies through the eyes. These light frequencies stimulate the functioning of the retina and aid in detoxification.
Microcurrent Stimulation is a painless procedure that has proven effective for people with Stargardt.
Consuming sufficient vitamins and nutrients may also be an effective Stargardt disease treatment for some patients. A prescribed regimen of heart-healthy oils and Omega-3 fatty acids have been proven to offer benefits to people diagnosed with juvenile macular degeneration.
If you've been diagnosed with Stargardt disease or any other disease causing blindness, be sure to request our report, "The TRUTH Your Eye Doctor Isn't Telling You." We've provided a wealth of information about ways to tackle this challenge to your vision.
Stargardt is considered an autosomal recessive condition, with the genetic abnormality generally caused by an abnormality in a gene that codes for an ATP binding casette transporter (ABCR). (The newer designation for the molecule that this gene codes for is ABCA4.)
Not everyone with Stargardt disease has an ABCR abnormality. They have a genetic defect, but on a number of different genes.
There are a significant number of people with abnormalities on the ABCR gene who live a long and happy life with no evidence of any eye disease. Your genes are not your destiny.
Finally, two people can have the same defect on the ABCR gene, but one will express eye disease that looks like Stargardt, and the other will have an eye disease that looks like macular degeneration, or retinitis pigmentosa. (What the ophthalmologists divide, the genetics doctors unite.) Unfortunately, very little in the relationship between genetic defects and the predisposition to disease is clear-cut.
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