Arcus senilis (Gerontoxon) in Iridology

Arcus senilis in Iridology

Under the age of the individual, is more often seen the emergence, for the top of the iris, a veil translucent, semi-transparent, bluish-gray that looks like a single unit with the sclera. It looks as if the whites were trying to place themselves above the iris and in doing so, erase the sharp edges of the iris. When it is thicker and wider, arcus can cover a significant portion of the brain areas. This sign indicates cerebral arteriosclerosis and anemia, pointing with many years in advance of the dangers of paralysis, thrombosis, strokes and the like.

In iridology ring differs from sodium, which we discussed above, in that while it respects transparency in the area of the skin in the arcus opacity is becoming progressively. Moreover, the cholesterol ring covers the whole circle of the iris, while the arcus is always located in the upper, or sometimes even in the lower zone.

It is the lack of oxygen to the body fluids which makes this ring appears. This lack of oxygen (either respiratory or vascular origin) in the nutritive fluid hypothetically cause thinning of corneal tissue and its slow but progressive opacity.

This arch usually occurs from 40 to 60 years. His presence before this age to suspect an incipient cerebral arteriosclerosis, although not yet have developed. It is therefore very useful to prevent the progression of this disease. However, the person who took this sign from the beginning you may notice the lack of memory, confused thinking, poor concentration, headaches, etc., Which are common in them. We have also had the opportunity to observe an incipient ring or even strongly marked in children aged 3 or 4 years. This is a sure sign of a hereditary estadoa shows us a clear predisposition to suffer from the symptoms listed above by that person in the future.

Arcus at the bottom. Iridology
When an arcus but at the bottom of the iris, we find that Bernard Jensen called "anemia of limbs." This indicates a deficiency of circulation in the legs, with tendency to edema, varicose veins, cold feet, sore legs and tired, and so on. Anemia is not a pure, strictly speaking, but rather a shortage of blood in the extremities caused by circulatory congestion of veins and arteries.

In the photo above you can see with vivid clarity the arcus at the top. Here is a person of 65 years. Ah, of course, it can be seen also progressing in the pupil a waterfall!

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