Cataract Symptoms, Types, Causes And Natural Home Remedies For Cataract
Dr.Charles • onHealth & Beauty 8 years ago • 4 min read

Cataract is one of the more common eye diseases. It means waterfall and deals with the opacity of the crystalline lens of the eye on the assumption that the condition is caused by the humor of the brain covering the pupil. Light travels through the crystalline lens into the eye.

This lens is situated just beyond iris or the coloured portion of the eye. When you suffer from cataract, the lens becomes opaque and the entrance of light into the eye is obstructed. When no light rays can enter the opacity of the lens, you go blind. Causes of Cataract

The cause of cataracts is because the lens in the eye becomes clouded. Ultraviolet light or radiation, or aging can cause this problem. If you had previous injuries, which resulted to eye disease, diabetes, or took certain medicines it could subject you to cataracts. Going the natural way is the only way to go. When you use natural home remedies for cataract, and to treat other problems, often you reap greater benefits, such as good health. You just cannot beat good health!

Cataract Symptoms

  1. Blurred vision

  2. Difficult to focus on things

  3. Double visions or spots or both in the advanced stage

  4. Can see better in the twilight than in the broad daylight as light can get around the more widely-dilated pupil in the dark

  5. Objects and persons seem like a blob of light in the more advanced stage

  6. Grayish white discoloration in the pupil

Home Remedies for Cataract

  1. Use Eyebright herb in drops is excellent for cataracts, this plant can be use internally and is much more effective than commercial eye drops and safer.

  2. Fresh air and light exercise is also beneficial in long run not in this disease but for your body as a whole.

  3. Eat foods high in vitamins B2, B6 and B12 (such as oily fish, yogurt, kefir, milk, kidney beans, sunflower seeds, kelp or tofu)

  4. Extract the juice of pumpkin flower and apply it on the eyelids. Keep for 15 minutes and then wash it off. Do this twice a day. This is another simple home remedies for cataracts.

  5. Soak some almonds in milk overnight. The following morning add some sandalwood to the mixture and apply the past to the eyelids.

  6. Grapes and oranges also help in the healing process of the cataract. Begin the diet with these fruits.

Healthy Nutrients and Antioxidants

Some Natural Cure help to nourish the brain and eyes. Flax Seed Powder is one of these healthy nutrients. It is said that grape seed extracts have an antioxidant that helps to promote blood circulation. This can help the eyes also. Ginkgo extract promote blood circulation and is used as a home remedy to treat cataracts. Another helpful mineral for promoting healthy eyes is Selenium. Selenium is one of the essential minerals that help to build the body’s antioxidant enzymes. By following few diet modifications, beating cataract through home remedies is not tough.

Diet for Cataract

Carrots are considered a blessing in the treatment of cataracts. Spinach is a good source of carotenoid which is needed for retina and eye tissue and can help delay Cataract. Apart from spinach other vegetables like cauliflower, turnips, fenugreek, drum sticks, few nuts containing vitamin A are highly recommended for nourishing the eyes. Berries, cherries, blueberries, blackberries and several other fruits rich in vitamin C and vitamin E are also beneficial in healing this condition. Salads dressed with olive oil and lemon juice is another healthy option.

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  • Guest 8 years ago
    Cataract surgery is the most commonly performed surgery in the world. In my view, it is one of the least risky surgeries, given its success rate is estimated at being over 97%. However, it is important for one to remember that it is still a surgery and thus, it’s important for the patient as well as the caregivers to be prepared for the adjustments that will follow.