A Cataract is a clouding of the eyes natural lens. The eye’s lens focuses light in order to produce clear images for the brain can interpret the images. The lens is held within a sealed bag or capsule inside of the eye just behind the iris. As cells become old and die, they become trapped within the capsule or lens covering. As time passes and more and more cells die and become trapped the dead cells accumulate causing the lens to cloud. This clouding known as Cataracts causes images to look blurred or fuzzy. For most people, Cataracts are a natural result of aging; however certain other eye conditions can speed up the accumulation of dead cells upon the eye lens.