In our intense everyday life, and especially with advancing age, there are a number of eye diseases and conditions that we are often unprepared for. These eye problems and conditions complicate our daily activities, such as driving, reading, working with a cell phone and a computer, or generally speaking near and far vision.
Over 90% of people have difficulty seeing at one time or another day and night. Some of these eye problems are minor and will go away on their own or can be easily treated at home. Others need a specialist eye doctor. To be informed, you need to know what to watch for and what to watch for when you have symptoms of eye disease.
Statistics for the visually impaired
Is your vision what it once was? Is there anything you can do to see better? These are issues that are extremely important to all of us. 75% of people need vision correction tools, with 90% of cases correcting and seeing a significant improvement in vision with diopter glasses or eye contact lenses.
Are there other ways to treat or prevent eye diseases?
There are a number of international studies showing that people who consistently follow a healthy diet, including colored fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, maybe at reduced risk of developing eye diseases and diseases. Antioxidant vitamins and phytochemicals found in fruits and vegetables that can reduce the risk of eye diseases include vitamins A, C and E, lutein, and zeaxanthin. Taking a combination of these vitamins for the eyes can reduce or completely delay the onset or development of eye problems and guarantee you a good vision for a long time.
The most common eye diseases and conditions
In young patients, Myopia (near-sightedness), Hyperopia (Farsightedness), Astigmatism are common. It is important to know how these eye conditions are corrected. With advancing age, there is a need for constant wearing of presbyopia glasses, as well as socially significant eye diseases such as Cataract and Glaucoma. In order to live a better life without the need for constant wearing of glasses or contact lenses, it is crucial that you are informed about the early diagnosis, treatment, and various types of correction of these eye diseases and eye conditions.
Our consultants can answer all your questions related to the treatment of specific eye conditions and where to find the best ophthalmic care.
See if any of the symptoms of these common eye diseases and illnesses sound familiar to you and always consult an ophthalmologist.