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Sty (Eye Droop)

Bryan Applications, S

A hordeolum, or sty, is a little abscess at the root of one of the eyelashes, caused by infection of the sebaceous glands in the margin of the lid. There is first a little red and very painful swelling at the root of the lash, which in the course of a few days becomes yellowish on the top and bursts, the discharge of matter relieving all the symptoms.

Treatment consists in pulling out the affected lash and applying hot fomentations. Frequently the general health is unsatisfactory and tonics, such as syrup of iodide of iron and cod-liver oil, may be required. If the patient suffers from acne an attempt should be made to clear this up. When sties tend to recur in one who appears to enjoy good health otherwise, the eyesight should be tested, as glasses may be needed.

Application and treatment:

Infections may cause loss of sight. Infections come from bacteria, virus, worms, and fungi. Infections may be caused by from metals and other objects striking or lodged in the eye areas. Use cosmic and magnetic positive polarity at 727, 787, 880 Hz at very low output for 10 minutes followed by 5 minutes using negative polarity.

Except for the time spent in sleeping, the eye is constantly used at all times. Overwork of the eyes results in early exhaustion, just as with any other organ. The eye needs regular rest periods. Use suitable working conditions to reduce eyestrain.

Conjunctivitis is pinkeye or inflammation of tissue which lines the eyelids. Symptoms are smarting and burning of the eyelids, formation of pus, and red colors of the eyelids.

Sties involve infection of the glands of the eyelid by common bacteria, usually near a hair follicle, and often appear in crops. In some cases they are associated with errors of vision.

A sty behaves like a pimple or boil. After a day or two it softens and bursts, discharging infectious bacteria, and recovery usually starts. Its progress can sometimes be stopped by pulling out the hair that runs through it.

Tumors may arise in the lids, the eye socket, or within the eye-ball, and may interfere with vision and irritate the eyeball. To remove tumors use negative polarity. Apply for 20 minutes 2 times daily in affected area.

Fatigue of an eye causes it to become easily irritated. Cinders and dust readily invade it. The tissues do not react to rid the eye of foreign matter when it is tired. Industrial poisons are dangerous to the eyes including ammonia, phosphorus, lead compounds, benzene, carbon tetrachloride, methyl alcohol and over 50 other poisons. Acid fumes from heated processing tanks must be avoided. Goggles, helmets and shields are help against flying fragments and from acid or alkaline bums. Seeing colored lights or lamps surrounded by colored rings, blue inside and red outside, are due to the tissue of the lens and cornea which is the membrane over the eyeball at the front. These colors are not normally seen.

Trachoma is an infectious disease of the conjunctiva and cornea. It produces photophobia which is abnormal intolerance of light, pain and lacrimation as the secretion and discharge of tears characterized by pannus or an abnormal membrane-like series of canals for carrying fluids and by redness, inflammation, and by growth of small glands and nipple shaped overgrowths of the conjunctiva. The conjunctiva is the delicate membrane that lines the eyelids and covers the eyeball in front. The most dangerous infection is the ulcer of the eyeball. Worst form is due to pneumonia bacteria called pneumococcus and the one that causes gonorrhea, the gonococcus.

After an electrolyte is mixed and swallowed, application of energy at very low output as set forth above will devitalize any vims, bacteria, worm or living microorganism in the entire body. Other microorganisms are syphilis, tuberculosis, infections of the teeth, tonsils, sinuses and other body infections can all be readily brought under control in the devitalization of the underlying causative agent. See: Eye..