Adjusting to eye loss

An eye loss or vision loss is perhaps one of the worst things that can ever happen to someone. Patients experience depression, which in turn affects their life. Some patients become very emotional and psychologically disturbed. As we all know, a loss or damage in the facial features and appearance changes a person’s life in a significant manner. It leads to social stigma, inferiority complex, depression and so on. To cope with the loss is a tough task.

Thanks to latest eye prosthesis treatment, you can now cope up well with eye loss and get back to healthy life. A successful eye prosthesis treatment works wonders to improve the quality of life and helps them get back that self-esteem.

You need to accept the fact you have suffered the misfortune and get out of it. You need to make physical and emotional adjustments. In most cases, the time to adapt to sudden eye loss or damage can be around the year. For some patients, the time to adapt to monocular status can be a bit of emotional stress. For them, proper counselling and rehab services are needed. Some basic tips to adjust to molecular vision and coping with it include:

  • Holding the book/ paper close to the eye while reading
  • Using a suitable instrument that emits good light, such as desk light or reflector

If you have undergone an artificial eye replacement procedure, you need to gradually shed the apprehension and get confident with handling the eye at an early stage. At the same, you also need to realise that the eye prosthesis need proper care.

To cope up with eye loss or molecular vision, you also need to go through some lifestyle changes and therapies. For example, you can opt for some visual training exercises that will help you adjust to eye loss and not get too depressed with it. The central aspect is not to lose heart and take professional help whenever necessary.

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