Computer is the most beautiful gift ever to the mankind from the modern day science. Most of us are exposed to the computers and work on it throughout the day..some of us do it overnight also. Even today’s children are no exception. Most of our day to day work depends on the use of computers. But at the end of the day our eyes get tired and sick. They dont recover even after adequate rest since we cannot avoid the cause…i.e the computers. This problem has become very common today. This condition is called CVS or Computer Vision Syndrome.People who spend more than two hours on a computer each day will experience symptoms of CVS or Computer Vision Syndrome.
If you are a professional or a student using computers for more than couple of hours a day and are experiencing one or more of the above said complaints, you are or might be a victim of CVS. You need to take caution and care for your eyes before your eyes give way. Dont worry.. Ayurveda can help you regain your eye strength and glow. Ayurveda helps rejuvenate your eyes and also make them capable of bearing the day to day stress.
Eyes are gods greatest gift and are said to be the best among all sense organs as per Ayurveda. All our life activities are possible only when our vision is proper
chief consultant : DR. BG Gokulan
Chief Physician & CEO at Sudarshanam Dr.Gokulan after graduation in Ayurveda from prestigious Coimbatore Ayurveda College (for 7 1/2 years Gurukula model) had in house training under Gurus like Late Ashta Vaidyan Vaidya Madhom Valiya Narayanan Namboodiri Late VaidyaBhooshanam Raghavan thirumulpad and Late Netracharya N.V.Kuttikrishnan Nair.Mean while He was also invited by Padmabhooshan Dr.S.S.Badrinath of Sankara Nethralaya Chennai for an informal fellowship on Modern Ophthalmology diagnostics and research.Dr.Gokulan carries about a quarter century of expertise in clinical Ayurveda.
Dr.Gokulan had the unique opportunity, perhaps never before & after, for a rigorous training under Padmabhushan Dr.S.S.Badrinath, renowned Modern Ophthalmologist of the time, at Sankara Nethralaya (Unit of Medical Research Foundation), Chennai under their MS fellowship program. He got trained in all areas of sub specialties in Ophthalmology with special emphasis on diagnostics and documentation.