If life has been a blur lately, it might be more than just the crazy times we live in. You may be developing cataracts. Cataracts often cause cloudy, blurred vision, sensitivity to glare, and trouble driving at night.
The good news is research shows cataract surgery greatly improves quality of life, reducing the risk of falls and car accidents.
As we grow older, the lens of our eye thickens and becomes cloudy. Eventually, we find it difficult to read street signs or see clearly in low light conditions. Colors may seem dull. All these symptoms may signal cataracts, which affect about 70 percent of people by age 75.
If you have any of these or other risk factors, talk to an ophthalmologist.
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