ADULT VISION CARE
As with most things about our bodies, our vision changes with age. Some age-related eye changes, such as presbyopia, are almost universal and aren’t related to any sort of disease. Cataracts are considered to be an age-related disease, but again, they are so common with people over the age of 60 that they are really just normal occurrences.
Unfortunately, there are some age-related eye diseases that occur more frequently as the years pass. These conditions include macular degeneration, glaucoma, and diabetic retinopathy.
Here’s a timeline of common vision changes by the decade. Things don’t really change until we hit 40.