A cataract forms when there is a natural clouding of the lens in the eye. This can happen when proteins in the lens clump together instead of staying evenly distributed. The lens is a transparent layer that focuses light and images onto the retina. If the lens is cloudy, it will cause difficulty for you to see things in clarity. In severe conditions, cataracts also interfere with your daily activities such as driving, reading, recognizing faces, or even complete blindness if not treated properly.
Cataracts are average among the elderly due to the natural misfunction of the ageing lens, which means we are at a higher risk of catching cataracts as we get old. According to statistics in the United States, the percentage of people affected by cataracts is up to 68% in the age of 80 and above.
So, what can you do to prevent or help yourself from cataracts? Let’s find out.
What are the symptoms of cataracts?
When cataracts are mild, you might not have any symptoms. However, they can cause changes in your vision as they increase in size:
- Cloudy or blurry vision
- Increasing difficulty to see things at night
- Sensitive to light and glare
- Seeing “halos” around lights
- Double vision in a single eye
- Colours look faded
- Frequent changes in the prescription for your glasses
Once you notice that you have had one or more symptoms listed above, it is better that you find some time to visit your ophthalmologist. Please do not ignore them. Otherwise, they may interfere with your life badly as the symptoms become more complicated.
How to reduce cataracts?
Actually, lifestyle changes and reduction in sun exposure can protect your eyes and delay cataracts. For example, eat healthy foods, wear sunglasses and a hat, and quit smoking. If you are suffering from cataracts or want to reduce your risk of having them, there are some steps you can follow:
Healthcare at home
In the early stage, you may be able to make some small changes to your lifestyle to manage your cataracts.
- Use brighter lights at home or work
- Wear anti-glare sunglasses
- Use magnifying lenses for reading and other activities
Lens replacement surgery is an effective and common treatment for cataracts. If a cataract starts to cause vision loss that interferes with daily activities, it can be surgically removed and implanted with an artificial lens, usually resulting in significant improvement of vision.
How to deal with cataracts with Spooky2
Lens replacement surgery is currently considered the only way to get rid of a cataract. However, it cannot completely improve or restore your vision. In addition, due to surgery’s high cost and painful recovery period, it is not always the first choice for most people.
Frequency therapy is an alternative treatment to help with cataracts. It does not have any side effects. If you intend to use a natural way to improve your vision problem with fewer costs, frequency therapy might be the right choice for you.
Spooky2 has the world’s largest frequency database which includes many beneficial frequencies. You can use these frequencies to help yourself, or your family members.
Here we listed some programs that have received positive feedback for reducing the number of cataracts and relieving symptoms. Give them a try and the results might surprise you.