Cataract: Cataract develops on its own with age, it can be reduced with these home remedies...


Even a little carelessness can cause eye diseases and cataract is also one of them. Only with correct information and better treatment can we avoid this disease. A cataract is an eye problem that often develops with age. Older people are more likely to develop cataracts. Apart from this, health problems like uncontrolled diabetes and high blood pressure can also cause cataracts. Over time the lenses of your eyes become opaque or cloudy due to the accumulation of some fat and protein. Due to this the person's vision becomes blurred.


Types of cataract
There can be many types of cataracts, but out of these, five types of cataracts affect the most, which are as follows –

1. Congenital cataract – This type of cataract may be present at the time of birth or may occur during childhood.

2. Secondary cataracts—Secondary cataracts can be caused by diabetes, glaucoma (eye problem) surgery or medications like steroids.

3. Radiation cataract—This type of cataract can be caused by radiation after a chemotherapy procedure to treat cancer.

4. Traumatic cataract – This type of cataract can occur due to any injury to the eyes. It is also called a traumatic cataract.

5. Age-Related Cataract—This is the most common type of cataract. Cataracts can develop due to natural changes with increasing age, known as age-related cataracts.

Home remedies
Once a person develops a cataract, he has to resort to surgery to get rid of this problem. It is impossible to completely avoid cataracts, but you can still take care of eye health for a long time through your diet. There are several foods that can help reduce the risk of eye disease and vision loss.

Whole grains
To prevent cataracts, consume at least three servings of 100 percent whole grains. You should include brown rice, millet, oatmeal, quinoa, rye wheat, etc. in your diet.

Everyone is aware of the benefits of carrots for the eyes. It contains beta-carotene, lutein, and zeaxanthin, which the body converts into vitamin A. Carrots are considered very good for your eye health, due to which it helps in keeping eye problems to a minimum.


Fruits and vegetables
Yellow, red and orange pigments are produced by carotenoids in colorful fruits and vegetables. Generally, these food items are eaten raw, if you wish you can also eat them boiled. Melons, sweet potatoes, green peppers, broccoli, papaya, mango and pumpkin contain carotenoids like beta carotene and vitamin A, which are good for your eyes.
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