1 thing to keep in mind to avoid loss of eyesight

There are many diseases related to the eyes. Glaucoma, contracture and diabetic retinopathy are three important eye diseases. Glaucoma is usually seen after the age of 65-70 years. Not everyone may come, diabetics are more likely to come. It is better to check at a hospital instead of at the place where you buy glasses.

The condition is increased pressure in the eye. If detected early, it can be completely reversed with a small treatment. Side view is the first to disappear. It is good to have your eyes checked once or twice a year. A contracture or cataract is a problem that affects the vision of the commonly seen eye. Cataract is not as much of a problem as it used to be.

Now there are techniques that can completely eliminate the cataract using advanced technologies and replace it with a new lens to completely restore the vision. We can replace cataracts with a fifteen minute operation. Diabetic retinopathy is not caused by the increase or decrease of diabetes but also depends on how long the diabetic has been there.

The main reason for this is that if you have been diabetic for several years, it affects the pressure on the nerves of the eye. It affects eyesight. Regular eye checkup is good. Diabetics should have an eye check-up every six months. Pay attention to these things. Watch the video below to know more.