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Which of these 5 eye problems are you going to develop?

Your love of flying may never diminish. But your eyesight might. Don't let your eyesight become compromised with age. Read below to learn about the most common vision problems and what you can do to prevent them.


Cataracts cloud the lens of the eye and are associated with aging and long term exposure to sunlight. Cataracts do pose a significant risk to flight safety, especially when flying at night. They can cause vision disturbances such as glare, halos, starbursts and loss of contrast sensitivity in dark or dusk conditions, making it difficult to land an aircraft.


Diabetic retinopathy is an eye condition that can develop in diabetics. It damages tiny blood vessels in the retina of the eye until they begin leaking blood and other fluids causing retinal tissue to swell and vision to blur. Floaters and distorted vision are the earliest symptoms.


Dry eye disease or keratoconjunctivitis results from a decrease in tear production or a poor quality of tears and may result in dry, itchy, irritated or burning eyes. Unchecked dry eyes can damage the front surface of the eye and impair vision. Flying exacerbates dry eyes because the pressure controlled environment lacks moisture and is as dry as a desert.


Glaucoma is a condition of increased pressure within the eyeball and causes gradual loss of sight. The FAA may grant pilots with glaucoma medical certification under special issuance section of Part 67 on an individual basis depending on the degree of visual field loss or other complications the pilot displays.


Macular degeneration is a degenerative condition affecting the central part of the retina (the macula) resulting in the distortion or loss of central vision. This can make it difficult, if not impossible, for a pilot to see the readings on cockpit instruments as well as objects on the ground.


Claroxan Advanced and Optimis7 may help give you a better chance of avoiding some of these issues.*

What is Claroxan Advanced?


Claroxan Advanced is a dietary supplement designed to support and maintain eye health and certain important visual functions so that you can stay active and continue to do what you love.*


Claroxan Advanced contains ten ingredients that have been studied for eye health properties, two of which consist of xanthophyll found as color pigment in the retina and macula of the human eye.* This pigment is thought to protect the eye tissue from sunlight damage and reduce the risk of macular degeneration.* They also serve as biomarkers of visual function and recent may enhance eyesight in terms of contrast sensitivity, visual processing speed, and glare recovery.*


Claroxan Advanced also contains bilberry and grapeseed extract, powerful antioxidants that appear to support the walls of the tiny blood vessels that feed the cells located inside the macula.* The progression of macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy are associated with the walls of these blood vessels wearing out. This degradation disrupts the exchange of fresh oxygen for waste products in the cells of the macula, causing waste to build up and the macula cells to fail. Antioxidants in Claroxan Advanced may help stabilize the unstable, free radical molecules associated with this process.*


Studies also suggest that ingredients in Claroxan Advanced may reduce the risk of cataracts.*


Claroxan Advanced is classified as a dietary supplement. You don't have to see a doctor to get it. It doesn't require a prescription. It is a once-daily tablet taken orally. It provides considerable peace of mind when thinking about the long-term possibility of cataract surgery or intra-ocular syringe injections that some macular degeneration treatments require.


What is Optimis7?


Optimis7 is an eye drop specifically designed for professionals who rely on their eyesight to succeed. Optimis7 lubricates the eyes and prevents dryness, redness and irritation.


Claroxan Advanced and Optimis7 have foundations rooted in innovation and they both provide superior value and consistent, high-quality. The brands have been trusted and preferred in the aviation community since 2005.


Pilots, law enforcement officers and ordinary folks everywhere choose Claroxan Advanced and Optimis7 to help keep their eyes in shape. Whether it's in the cockpit, on the beat, on the field, or at the computer screen, Pacific Health supports pilots, cops, athletes, office workers and other high performance individuals who rely on their vision to succeed so that they can continue doing what they love.

To learn more or to make a purchase click on one of the product links on this page. Shipments usually take about a week after ordering to arrive.

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Claroxan Advanced eye health supplement
Claroxan Advanced - 30 tablets
Retail Price $84.50
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Premium eyesight formula with lutein and zeaxanthin.

Claroxan Original eye health supplement
Claroxan Original - 30 tablets
Retail Price $69.50
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Original eyesight formula with lutein and zeaxanthin

Optimis7 eye drops
Optimis7 Eye Drops - 0.5 fl. oz.
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Relieves irritation and redness.* Lubricates dry eyes.*

   
 
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