As one of today’s “older adults”, you probably enjoy a more active lifestyle than people of your age ever have before. And, your eyes and vision play a major role in your lifestyle. You use your eyes while driving; enjoying recreational activities; reading; watching television; and performing many tasks that keep you living independently and productively.
But, as you mature, you may begin noticing subtle changes in your vision. Although they may cause some concern, some vision changes as normal and only a few conditions are sight threatening.
Here are some suggestions to help you understand your age-related vision limitations and compensate for them.