Changes of Aging Eyes: Disease and Care

Your eyes change as you get older. Even if some problems become more pervasive as you age, they can affect anyone at any age. Presbyopia is a condition where, as one ages, the lens of the eye becomes less flexible and less able to thicken, which reduces its ability to concentrate on nearby objects. The conjunctiva's mucous cell count may decrease with ageing. As people age, their ability to produce tears may decrease, leaving them less available to keep the eye's surface moist. Both of these alterations contribute to the higher prevalence of dry eyes in elderly persons.

Eye disease prevention and treatment

  • Cataract
  • Glaucoma
  • Macular Degeneration Caused by Age
  • Diabetic retinal disease
  • Vision Impairment
  • Age-Related Eye Disorders

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