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Many people think that cataracts only occur in older people. There are in fact many people who
are suffering from cataracts in their 50s, 40s, and even in their 30s, so one should identify its
symptoms as early on as possible and take the appropriate remedial action as quickly as
possible. In case you are suffering from such a problem most Doctors will recommend that the
only option is to go through cataracts surgery in order to save your vision. As you will read
below, there is now a viable and cost-effective alternative to surgery using a simple course of
eye drops that can be administer in the comfort of your own home.

Cataracts surgery is the most successful operation ever invented; with a 99% success rate. But
even this unfortunately still means that for 1 in every 100 people it can go wrong, leaving them
blinded in one eye. It is for this reason that surgeons will only ever operate on one eye at a time
and, for those people who are left blinded in one eye then eye drops are the only possible
option left available to them to avoid complete blindness as the surgeons will not operate on the
remaining good eye in fear of the same thing happening again. That said, the majority of people
undergoing cataract surgery do find that it is a great success. With the very latest technology
available nowadays, surgery can be completed in less than an hour and the healing time after
the operation takes just a few days.

To date, there are still a lot of people suffering from cataracts who don’t even know how they
appear and What Are Cataracts treatments?

If anyone is suffering from cataract, their eye’s lens becomes cloudy and vision becomes blurry
and unclear. Difficulty with glare sensitivity, blurred vision, seeing halos around lights and other
visual changes and difficulty driving at night are some of the most common symptoms of
cataracts. As we age, our vision starts to deteriorate. The lens of the eye is made up of water
and protein and a healthy lens is clear and transparent so that light easily passes through it so
we can see clearly. After our 40s or 50s, the lens can become clouded due to a cross-linking of
proteins which make up the crystalline structure of the lens. This situation is known as a
cataract and, if it is left untreated, it will eventually lead to complete blindness.

In their early stages an eye specialist will often try treating Cataracts with stronger glasses to
help try and compensate for the visual impairment. But as the cataracts worsen, and vision
deteriorates even further, then they will recommend cataract surgery. Eye surgeons are well
experienced at removing mature or ripe cataracts so they are using their best technique
available to them to give you back your vision and thus improve the quality of your life again.
After going through surgery, you can very quickly and easily perform activities like driving and
reading again. It is totally dependent upon you whether or not you want to go for cataracts
surgery, or if you’d prefer to use the non-invasive method involving a simple course of eye
drops.

During cataracts surgery, the patient’s eye lens is removed and it is then replaced with a man-
made artificial plastic lens implant which can have the same properties as the patients old eye
glasses built into it to correct their vision so, after both eyes have been operated upon, they will
then no longer need to wear glasses at all which is the big advantage to having cataracts
surgery. As previously mentioned, this surgery can only be carried out on one eye at a time.
Apart from this, it can be done on an outpatient basis, so you don’t have to stay in hospital.
Before surgery, the doctors use a local anesthesia to numb the area. Although, cataract surgery
is a relatively safe one, it can come with a risk of bleeding and infection. The all-natural
alternative to cataract surgery is a simple six week course of N-Acetyl-Carnosine (or NAC for
short) eye drops which is very effective at treating cataracts. These special eye drops should be
applied hourly throughout the day for the very best results.

Ethos Bright Eyes drops for cataracts were originally developed for humans, but they work
equally as well on pets and all other animals. So not only people can now benefit from this type
of treatment but also dogs which are suffering from cataracts now can as well. Dog’s cataracts
are difficult to cure as conventional surgery is so expensive which unfortunately puts it out of the
reaches of most people, but thankfully Bright Eyes Drops for pets is available as the much more
cost-effective method for treating cataracts in dogs.

You can find out much more about cataracts, plus many other eye diseases and disorders,
from; http://ethos.ag which is one of the largest online websites and resource for information on
this subject. So, explore this website and you will find vast amounts of information and you can
also order your Ethos Bright Eyes Drops for cataracts directly from there as well. The treatment
comprises of a simple six-week course of eye drops that you can administer yourself in the
comfort of your own home. They deliver them to anywhere in the world and deliveries take 10 to
14 days to arrive on average.

Ageless eyes; Ethos Bright Eyes Drops are also an excellent prophylactic and, by simply
applying just one or two drops a day into each eye as a maintenance dose, they will help stop
you from ever developing any eye diseases or disorders in the future and will keep your eyes
looking healthy, bright and sparking… so order yours today.

				
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