For dry senile maculopathy, cure is based upon slowing down an additional retinal degeneration with specific precautions and nutritive helpers (scientific data suggest a diminished retinal deterioration).
Use sunglasses able to cut wavelenghts that are less than 500nm, that is a part of the visible blue and all ultraviolet radiations (A and B).
Avoid situations that could promote retinal bleeding, like smoking, rubbing the eyes and anticoagulants or ematic fluidizers (if truly necessary, use the minimum dosage).
Vitamin supplements: vitamin C, vitamin E, selenium, zinc.
Foods with antioxidants, carotenoids and polyunsaturated fat acids like cabbage, carrots, all green vegetables..
Not to take in case of:
Kidney stones (high vitamin C dosage can precipitate stones)
Diabetes (vitamin E and selenium can increase infections and vitamin C in high dosage could interfere with glycemia dosage)
Gout, arteriosclerosis (vitamin C can interfere with concentrations of uric acid and cholesterol dosages)
Scheduled test to look for blood in urine or feces (could result in a false positive)
Coagulation anomalies (vitamin E could alter vitamin K, increasing anticoagulants effects)