Cataract surgery is the most commonly performed surgery in the world today. It numbers 3 million yearly in the U.S. alone.
Of these, serious complications, such as, retinal detachment, corneal edema, or the need for a cornea transplant will claim around 27,000 individuals.
And while cataract surgery is generally recognized as being very safe, there is a significant complication rate. Within two years, 30% to 50% of the individuals having cataract extraction develop opacification (cloudiness) of the posterior lens capsule that will require laser treatment.
Added to this, are the fears and discomforts that are associated with surgery and other potential problems resulting from an artificial lens. Fortunately, there are alternatives.
Many people think a cataract is simply a film over the eye that can be peeled away. This is not true.
Many people also believe that surgical excision is the only option for cataract removal. This is also not true.
You can remove your own cataracts with proven, alternative self-help and avoid what is all too commonly considered the inevitable.
This book will tell you how!