Did you know that cataracts are the leading cause of blindness in people over the age of 55? Or that more than half of all Americans will develop cataracts by age 80? Check out these articles to learn more facts about cataracts and how you can prevent them from taking over your vision.

10 Surprising Things You Didn’t Know About Cataracts

There’s no better time to start taking care of your eyes than right now during Cataract Awareness Month. Almost everyone is at risk of developing cataracts, especially later in life. It’s crucial you do what you can to prevent it. This month, consider making small changes to your diet, lifestyle and vision health for the sake […]

Treat Eye Floaters from Cataract Surgery Naturally

Here at Rebuild Your Vision, we’re all about taking a healthy and natural approach to eye care. Sometimes for diseases like cataracts, which are a serious vision blurring condition, surgery is a road taken by most. But, the truth is eye surgery is risky, expensive, and comes with a variety of side effects and sometimes […]

New Regenerative Approach Could Treat Congenital Cataracts

This year is shaping up to be the year of eye health innovation. With more and more people realizing how important eye health is, and how ineffective current treatments like surgery are, researchers are hard at work trying to devise different medications to improve vision conditions. Until now, the only way to treat congenital cataracts has […]

5 Ways to Prevent Cloudy Vision from Cataracts

Did you know that by the age of 80, half of Americans will have cataracts? That’s a 50/50 chance that you, reader, will get cataracts if you don’t already have them. The number of people with cataracts grows with every passing year. According to the organization Prevent Blindness, by the year 2020 there will be over […]

Is Cataract Surgery the Right Choice?

Do you have cataracts? Are you sick and tired of diminishing vision because of your cataracts? If you said yes to either of these questions, then you must be one of the many people who are contemplating cataract surgery. But unlike any surgery, you find yourself asking if it’s the right choice for you. Surgery […]

New Eye Drops That Dissolve Cataracts

The future is truly now. With technology advancing at speeds we can hardly keep up with, with a new iPhone being released every six months, and three dimensional printers being used in hospitals to print body parts and organs, it isn’t hard to imagine that a new cure for cataracts in on the horizon in […]

June Is Cataract Awareness Month

Though many of us are quite aware of cataracts and their existence, many are unaware of what cataracts are and how exactly they affect a person’s vision health. According to the Kellogg Eye Center, by the age of 65, over 90 percent of people have at least one cataract. Between the ages of 75 and […]

How to Prevent Cataracts Naturally

Let’s get some bad news out of the way first: if you have eyes, and chances are you do, you are at risk of developing cataracts at some point in your life. It’s a natural part of aging. Your eyes become overused and tired. But this doesn’t have to be a metaphorical death sentence for […]

UV Rays Can Increase Risk of Cataracts

Everyone knows that UV rays are responsible for the development of skin cancer, but what a lot of people aren’t aware of is that UV rays can actually increase your risk of developing cataracts and other vision problems. This fact has not always been known. Before fairly recently when various studies were performed that linked […]

Is There a Connection Between Cholesterol and Cataracts?

Everyone knows that cholesterol is bad for the overall health of the body. High cholesterol levels can contribute to the development of atherosclerosis (the hardening and narrowing of the arteries) which makes a person more likely to suffer a heart attack or a stroke. It’s so extremely important to keep cholesterol levels down to help […]

Best Eye Vitamins for Cataracts

By the time they hit 80 years old, about 50 percent of adults in western countries have had some type of experience with cataracts. Whether they currently have cataracts or had cataract surgery in the past, it’s really hard to find someone older who has not experienced this condition. So, whether you have had a […]

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