Visual impairment, disease onset?

According to National Eye Institute (NEI) of the United States It is very important to identify the signs that cause visual impairment to prevent diseases or problems that can affect vision and even cause blindness.

For its part, the University of Maryland Medical Center It emphasizes that people should go to a specialist when they notice changes in vision, because they can reduce the quality of life, but how to identify the signs of visual impairment?

Among the signs that a person suffering from visual impairment experiences are:

  1. Blurry vision
  2. Blind spots (scotomas)
  3. Flying flies (particles that float through the eye)
  4. Halos around the lights
  5. Dimming of vision
  6. Change in the way you walk, that is, use the walls to guide yourself
  7. Bring objects to your face to see them or squint
  8. Sensitivity to light
  9. Headache
  10. Sandy feeling in the eyes

Visual impairment, disease onset?

The University of Maryland Medical Center emphasizes that some causes of visual deficiency are infections, inflammation or eye injury, fatigue, exaggerated exposure to the outdoors and the consumption of some medications.

In addition, visual impairment appears as a characteristic of different diseases such as cataracts, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, detachment of the retina.

Remember that the deficiency of the vision can be presented gradually, which becomes complicated over time, so before any symptom comes with a specialist so you can continue enjoying life. And you, do you present any signs of visual impairment?

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