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People with mild forms of Alzheimer’s disease experienced improvement in sleep patterns, cognitive functioning and mood after undergoing vision-correcting cataract surgery.
- They found that 25% of these patients exhibited improvement in cognitive status, the ability to perceive, understand and respond appropriately to one’s surroundings.
- Several of the patients became less depressed.
Chances are your ophthalmologist is unaware of this study. Ask him/her about it.