Age-related vision changes: Presbyopia, cataracts, AMD, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy
By: Bel Marra Health
February is National Age-Related Macular Degeneration and Low Vision Awareness Month, and to provide you with all the information you need on age-related vision changes, Bel Marra Health has gathered some of our most informative articles spanning issues like presbyopia, cataracts, age-related macular degeneration, glaucoma, and diabetic retinopathy.
Presbyopia (farsightedness) causes, symptoms and natural remedies
There are many common age-related vision problems that develop over time: presbyopia (farsightedness), cataracts, and macular degeneration are just some examples. Although we may accept these vision changes, steps can be taken to prevent them and maintain healthy vision throughout the years.
Our eyes are the windows to our soul. They allow us to see all the wonders around us. But when our eyes begin to age, our ability to see those wonders begins to fade. Taking good care of your eyes is the most important step you can take to ensure a lifetime of vision. Continue reading…
Prevent cataracts naturally: Home remedies and diet
For most people, cataracts develop slowly and don’t disrupt vision early on. But with time and age, this will interfere with your daily life and you’ll need eyeglasses. You may need surgery down the road, which is generally a safe and effective procedure. But still…the question is how to slow down cataracts? Are there any natural remedies for cataracts? Is there a natural way to cure cataract even? If you’re asking these questions, you’re not alone. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), an estimated 20.5 million (17.2 percent) Americans aged 40 years and older have cataracts in one or both eyes, and 6.1 million (5.1 percent) have had their lens removed operatively. The total number of people who have cataracts is estimated to increase to 30.1 million by 2020……
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Source: Bel Marra Health