If you have cataract, the lens in your eyes become cloudy and you’d notice your eyesight becomes blurry as if you are looking through a dusty glass window. It is a condition that develops slowly as we age, causing a subtle loss of vision and things will look less colorful.
- Blurry vision
- Extra sensitivity to glare
- Getting more dependent on lighting to see/read than before
- Things with bright color will appear less colorful or dull
- Double vision
- Poor night vision
What can I do to avoid poor eyesight due to cataract ?
Cataract needs to be assessed by professional eye care specialists who are able to ensure they are using proper prescription glasses. When condition worsens, a referral to an Ophthalmologist to have surgery done to correct the problem.