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Blurriness in Vision is known as Cataract. It gives a cloud in your vision. The vision is not clear in this disease and it seems as you are looking through an opaque glass. Cataract causes disruption of light into the retina.Progressive blurry image is the quite general symptom moreover person suffering from this problem faces focus problem while driving and doing other daily work reading, writing, watching TV to name a few each and every thing that demands clear vision.

What Actually Causes Cataract?

Progressive blurry image is the quite general symptom moreover person suffering from this problem faces focus problem while driving and doing other daily work reading, writing, watching TV to name a few each and every thing that demands clear vision.

  • Diabetes
  • Hypertension
  • Smoking
  • Obesity
  • Corticosteroid medications
  • Previous eye surgery
  • Alcohol consumption
  • Hormone replacement therapy
  • Family history
  • High myopia

The intake of irrelevant medication leads to diabetes. Cataract can be rectified with spectacles in early stage, but as the time passes it becomes difficult to have clear sight.

Symptoms of Cataract

Progressive blurry image is the quite general symptom moreover person suffering from this problem faces focus problem while driving and doing other daily work reading, writing, watching TV to name a few each and every thing that demands clear vision.

What Actually Causes Cataract?

With the passage of time, as we grow older eyes get disturbed protein structure in the lens of the eyeball. It can be due to any of the following reasons. There is no medication, exercise or eye drops to stop and eliminate cataract, surgery is the only option.

Phacoemulsification Procedure

During Surgery, a micro instrument is inserted into the eye. The functionality of the same is that it vibrates forty thousand times a second resulting breakage of the cataract into tiny pieces. Post this, these tiny pieces are taken out of the eye and replaced with a new artificial lens. No stitches are required in this case and healing is quick. Usually within 5 days you can get back to your daily chores.