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Cataracts are a condition that causes the lens of the eye to become clouded, resulting in blurred or distorted vision. This condition is most common in older individuals, though it can occur at any age due to a variety of factors, including injury, certain medications, and diseases like diabetes.
There is a way to manage diabetic retinopathy. You can control your cholesterol levels, blood pressure, and blood sugar levels.
A diet rich in all kinds of nutrients is no doubt going to be beneficial for your overall health. However, it’s not clear what the relationship between glaucoma and diet is.
Blepharitis is a relatively common eye condition characterized by swollen, itchy, red, and irritated eyelids. It often produces crusty flakes on the eyelashes. Blepharitis is uncomfortable, but it is not contagious and does not cause long-term eye damage. Cleaning the eyelids regularly can help eliminate the crusts, but blepharitis has no cure. There are ways to manage the condition.
Diabetic retinopathy is a diabetes-related complication affecting the eyes due to damage to the retina's blood vessels. In the early stages, the disease may not exhibit symptoms, but over time it can cause vision loss or blindness. The condition can affect anyone with type 1 or type 2 diabetes. It usually develops when blood sugar is less controlled or when an individual has had diabetes for a long time.