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Slide 1: ==== ==== For more Cataract Tips please check this out; www.ecataracts.com ==== ==== Is your eyesight becoming blurry? Do you notice a light-colored film on your loved one's eyes? This could be caused by cataracts. The lens of your eye controls your focus so that you may see things both far away and close up. It also refracts light back to your retina so that you can see clearly. It has a thin layer of protein that keeps the lens clear and allows the correct amount of light to pass through so that it can do this correctly. Sometimes, especially as we age, the proteins start to bond together and form a thicker, opaque layer. When this happens, you can get blurred vision and experience reduced vision. There are four main types of cataracts and they each have different symptoms. A Posterior Sub-Capsular Cataract This starts at the back of the lens which is right in the way of the light as it is passing through to the retina. If you have this type of cataract, you will often see halos around lights at night, have reduced vision in bright light and have problems reading. A Cortical Cataract This starts out as a wedge-shaped, light-colored spot or streak on the outside of your lens. The spot or streak extends toward the center of your eye as it gets bigger. If you have this type of cataract, you will probably have difficulty seeing well anytime that there is a glare, such as in snow or around glass or water. A Nuclear Cataract These will be found in the center of the lens and may cause nearsightedness or, strangely enough, cause your vision to temporarily improve while you are reading. This type of cataract will cause a yellow film that gets thicker as it grows and can cause you to have double vision, and your lens may turn brown. If this happens, you may have difficulty differentiating shades of colors. Congenital Cataracts You are actually born with these. Some research indicates that they may be caused by an infection in the mother during pregnancy as well as certain genetic diseases such as Al-port's syndrome or galactosemia. This type of cataract won't necessarily cause vision problems, but if they do, you can have them removed.
Slide 2: Nobody knows for sure what exactly causes cataracts but research indicates that exposure to ultra-violet light may be a contributor and that's why doctors recommend wearing sunglasses and wide-brimmed hats when you go outside. Also, diets high in the antioxidants such as vitamins A, C and E as well as beta carotene may help prevent the formation of cataracts. SECRET BONUS TIP! If you are serious about finding the best information on improving eye sight: you need to do your research! Find the best eye vision information that delivers on its promises and you will discover, like I did, that keeping good vision is not as difficult as some would have you believe! Visit http://www.ecataracts.com to discover the exact secrets and lies I uncovered that prescription drug manufacturers do not want you to know about! ==== ==== For more Cataract Tips please check this out; www.ecataracts.com ==== ====

   
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