Listed below are the things I used to cure my visual snow and all of its agonizing symptoms. I hope you find them as helpful as I did.
- Minding My Mitochondria: I strictly followed the dietary recommendations given in Dr. Terry Wahls’ book Minding My Mitochondria. It is a fascinating story of how she overcame four years of Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis, even after receiving world-class healthcare, by implementing a paleolithic diet.
- GUNNAR Computer Eyewear: These glasses are helpful for computer and television use.
- Eyes Relax: This piece of software notifies you take a break every once in a while so you can either shut your eyes or look at a far away distance for a short period of time. I set it to make a noise every 20 minutes and set the break time for 45 seconds.
- F.lux: This handy piece of software dims your screen based on your location and lighting conditions. Once downloaded, set your location in settings and the lighting environment in which you reside. It will either gradually dim throughout the day or suddenly dim at sunset, depending on which setting you choose.
- Announcify: This valuable piece of software allows you to give your eyes a break even when you need to get things done. Once it is downloaded, it will recite any webpage you choose, which awards your eyes a well-deserved break.