4 ways to detect cataract

4 ways to detect cataract early

Cataract is basically a serious eye condition that can obstruct view and eventually cause blindness. One way to cure it is with surgery. Therefore, better detect cataracts before completely exposed. Cataracts usually occur due to aging of the eye lens. Here are some factors that can help you detect cataracts early

1. Blurred vision
There two important reasons that marks blurred vision. One is your glasses needs to be improved or the formation of cataracts in your eyes.

2. Diabetes
If you have diabetes, you should do a cataract check every 3 months. This is because blood sugar levels can affect the formation of cataracts in the eyes.

3. Age
Most of the people develop cataracts because of the age issue. Actually this is one of the most common eye problems in many seniors, Age group of 60’s and above are included in the high-risk category of cataracts.

4. Descent
Your family has a history of bad eye health? If a member of your family was affected by cataracts, you should be more careful because of the risk of suffering from the same problem. Inform your doctor about your family health history.

Read the full article written by Daniel published on medicmagic.net

Our eyes are very delicate organs, and we should plan routine eye exams whether or not we notice any problems.

An eye exam will not only pick up vision problems but also early signs of disease, which if left untreated may lead to serious problems. An eye exam can also detect a number of other underlying health problems such as high blood pressure, diabetes, brain tumors, etc.

By getting your eyes checked regularly, you’ll be able to keep them healthy your whole life. Neglect can be costly!

Drop in to any 20/20 Eyeglass Superstore location and schedule an eye exam.

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