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Relieving Your Eyes after Cataract Surgery

A Cataract is an eye condition that is characterized by […]

By Published On: 13 June 20122.7 min read

A Cataract is an eye condition that is characterized by the clouding of the lens. This condition commonly associated with aging can affect your vision. When you have a cataract, you tend to have poor vision at night. Colors will appear faded and you may have blurred vision. When you frequently change the prescription for your eye glasses or contact lenses, this may likewise be indicative of a cataract.


While there are preventive measures that you can take, your cataract will tend to worsen as you age. Your vision loss may get worse and affect how you perform your daily activities such as reading and driving. Thus, you might have no other option but to undergo surgery to remove the cloudy lens and replace it with an artificial one. Here are some things to remember when you undergo a cataract surgery:

•    When you feel that your condition is getting worse, consult your doctor immediately to determine if surgery would be a good option for you. You might suffer from long-term complications and damage if you delay the surgery.

•    Doctors will not usually perform surgeries simultaneously on both eyes, assuming they are both affected. You need to wait for around four to eight weeks before the other eye can undergo surgery.

•    You may experience some infection and bleeding after surgery. Make sure to take your medications and to follow your doctor’s advice.

•    This out-patient procedure takes around an hour. It is fairly safe and effective with 90% of patients registering positive results.


Despite undergoing surgery, you may still not be completely satisfied with your vision. To help relieve your eyes after the surgery and improve your vision, you may want to try out RevitalVision, a non-surgical training therapy that trains your brain to see better minus the surgery, drugs, side effects or other enhancements.


•    20 training sessions that you can perform two to three times a week.
•    Performed at home with your computer.
•    One training session can last for an average of 20 to 30 minutes.
•    Can be customized to match your visual ability and pace.
•    Your progress is professionally-monitored by a RevitalVision Personal Vision Specialist.
•    You can have it regardless of when you underwent cataract surgery.


•    Improved vision for reading small print and driving at night, as soon as you complete 10 sessions.
•    Reduced eye fatigue while watching the television.
•    Increased contrast sensitivity by an average of at least 150%.
•    Improved visual acuity by more than two lines on an eye chart.


•    Consult your optometrist and if he finds that you will benefit from it, purchase RevitalVision.  Few optometrists offer this unique treatment.

•    Install the software on your computer.

•    In a darkened room, sit five feet away from your computer monitor. You are now ready to begin your first 20 minute RevitalVision session. The program will automatically calibrate to you.

•    Once you have completed the 20 sessions, your eye doctor will conduct a final examination and give you a copy of the result.

If you feel that your vision leaves so much to be desired after a cataract surgery, go ahead and try RevitalVision. It’s absolutely safe, having been tested worldwide, so you have nothing to worry about.

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