These are the first signs of age-related cataract
Age-related cataract is a condition that basically everyone gets as we are actually all suffering from it when we’re around the age of 85. When you get older, the lenses in both your eyes get less and less clear. This is because the protein in your eyes gets lumpy, which makes the lenses cloudy, and as a result you get blurred vision.
A frequent age-related condition such as diabetes can speed up this process.
What a lot of people don’t know is that the cloudiness that comes with age-related cataract can already manifest itself quite early: around the age of 55. Around three percent of people between the ages of 55 and 65 has age-related cataract. In some cases it’s even sooner than that as there are people who already notice their sight deteriorating from the age of 40.
Are you curious to find out what the symptoms for age-related cataract are? Go to the next page.