Claritren: Seniors Excited About New Vision Breakthrough

Janet Myers - HNS Correspondent: Seniors across the country are expressing their excitement about a new breakthrough for vision loss called Claritren.

Bellingham, United States - October 7, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Seniors across the country are expressing their excitement about a new breakthrough for vision loss called Claritren.

Research conducted at Harvard Medical School, John Hopkins University, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture found that the active ingredients in Claritren show many promising findings. Experts concluded that this new product could be a real ‘gamechanger’ for the eyesight industry.

With more than 10,000 baby boomers retiring every single day, it’s no surprise that the rates of eye disease and deteriorating vision are on the rise as well. Age-related vision loss is a common issue that many seniors face. The reasons for this can vary from person to person, but free radical damage caused by sunlight, electronic screens, and pollution are frequently to blame.

With over 263 million cars in the United States alone (as of 2015), 77% of Americans owning smartphones, and 84% of Americans owning computers, the exposure to the kinds of things that have a disastrous effect on human eyesight is remarkable. More people than ever before are either experiencing or risking age-related vision loss and that rate is expected to increase dramatically over the next 5-10 years. So when news started to spread about Claritren, many seniors were understandably excited.

Unfortunately, because of the rapid rise in demand for the product, many seniors haven’t been able to find Claritren in time. The product is only produced in limited quantities in a United States based, FDA-registered facility conforming to Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), so available inventory is directly linked to demand for the product. Based on the initial response, this means the company could sell out for months at a time.

To keep up with demand, the company is only able to make it available in certain regions of the country for short windows of time until they’re able to expand their manufacturing capabilities. They’ve expressed a lot of gratitude and excitement about the results their customer base has received from the product so far and hope to eventually make it available nationwide and possibly even internationally in the near future.

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Organization: AV Media
Address: 3150 Orleans St, Bellingham, Washington 98226, United States

Source: PressCable

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