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Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Eyesight Improvement

By Owen Jones

We are under great pressure not to look old, not to look our age. One of the best compliments people of more than 21 years think that they can receive is: 'Really? You do not look it!' To a certain extent this obsession with a youthful appearance has always been with us, but the pressure has ratcheted up due to films and television.

Film stars and pharmaceutical firms ruthlessly team up to persuade us that we need this surgery as well in order to be well-liked. What they do not tell you is that the pharmaceutical firms have paid the film stars to have free treatment and then paid (or sponsored) the chat shows that so blatantly promote them.

And ageism is rife too, both among the young, whose worst insults usually have the word 'old' included and among employers who can not wait to get rid of employees at 65 after a lifetime of service. Governments or at least some governments are exactly as bad, penalizing pensioners with a paltry salary after fifty years of paying taxes.

People used to grow old gracefully, now it is a sin. There is a long list of 'improvements' that you can work your way through: face lift, liposuction, hair transplants, dentures and several others, but the one that actually makes sense to me is sight improvement by whatever means works.

We live in a picturesque world and it is a shame that when we are at the right stage in our life to enjoy it - that is while we have more time, more money and have become more philosophical, we begin to go blind. At the same time as your grandchildren begin arriving, your eyesight starts going.

There are numerous factors why you could begin losing your eyesight besides only old age, but old age does play a part in some of them as well.

Macular degeneration is usually called age-related macular degeneration, but there is a rare kind that has an impact on the young. There are two kinds wet and dry. The dry kind is less severe, but the wet kind is more easily treated.

Cataracts are thought to be age-related as well, but I had premature senile cataracts 20 years early. Luckily these are easily treated too with merely a couple of minutes of surgery. Glaucoma is a nasty one, which can leave you totally blind, if you do not catch it soon enough and have it treated.

The key to success with all of these vision impairments is tackling them early. If you suspect that anything is not right with your eyes, go to a doctor or optician instantly. Do not get fooled by sham remedies that you may see advertised on late night TV or in the small ads. They ought to be banned.

Eye exercises and eye drops are all right for healthy eyes, but they will not help you if you have a problem, only a fully qualified expert can do that. These advertisers prey on people who either do not have the money for surgery or who are afraid of it and there are lots of them around too.

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