Eye care is something that should be taken serious and as you age you will find out that your eyes deteriorate just like any other part of the body. There are many aspects in your life that you can change or try and avoid to help keep your eyes doing well throughout your life. Some of the diseases can be serious and some can just be a problem to deal with. Some of the few problems that you may see when you get older are Cataracts, dry eyes, and Presbyopia. Cataracts will develop naturally as you age and there is not much to help it except knowing the early signs of the problem so you can get it fixed before its too late. Dry eyes start to accumulate during old age as well but you can use certain drops and things to keep them in order through your aging process. Presbyopia is another problem that although damaging you can take supplements and vitamins to try and lessen the effect and finally get glasses to keep the farsightedness as less of a problem. These are all terrible problems that you will most certainly deal with old age and there is only one thing you can do to avoid them and that is stay healthy while knowing the effects it can cause to lessen their affects.
Be prepared with information for your eyesight as you age. #HealthStatus
- 1Aging eye lens get cloudy, a condition we call cataracts, which can in turn produce symptoms, like halos and poor night vision, but is usually correctable with surgery.
- 2Aging eyes produce less tears, which can lead to dry eyes, which can be corrected with special eye drops.
- 3Presbyopia, or age-related farsightedness, is common with aging eyes, and can be treated with special corneal inlays.
See the original at: http://eyecare2020.com/blog/2017/03/how-eye-care-changes-as-we-age/
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