Blurred vision, age-related eye problems require regular check-ups

now blurred or altered vision is often
neglected as age-related farsightedness however such symptoms call for regular
check-ups as they may be a sign of one of three major eye conditions park
se-young has this report blurred vision and blind spots are often
mistaken for age-related farsightedness however these are symptoms of advanced
macular degeneration macular degeneration usually comes with age and
affects one in four people over the age of 70 because there’s currently no cure
for it macular degeneration is the number one
cause of age-related blindness treatment doesn’t end at once but requires
injection therapy for three five ten years or even a lifetime diabetic
retinopathy is a complication from diabetes and carries with it a serious
risk of blindness it affects up to 80% of people who have had diabetes for
twenty years or more blood sugar management can help slow the
onset and progression of the condition if the terminal phase is considered
stage 5 stages 1 to 3 do not specifically require treatments this
means sugar management’s can slow or halt the progression i conditions like
macular degeneration diabetic retinopathy and glaucoma are all fatal
to the eye yet they lack observable symptoms in the early stages when things
start to look different the conditions have already progressed quite a bit
because lifelong treatments can only slow the progression of conditions
regular eye exams are very important fundoscopy examines the retina optic
nerve and retinal blood vessels for damage one should also check for
illnesses linked to the three conditions that are major causes of blindness and
because the three conditions appear to be related to blood pressure and
diabetes adapting a healthy lifestyle to prevent metabolic syndromes can be
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