Surely, you have already seen a change in your vision. Once we reach age 60 and beyond, our eyes grow weaker and we begin to experience other changes due to age-related eye diseases such as macular degeneration, glaucoma. Dry eye and increased loss of peripheral vision also begin to develop. Here, learn about what you might expect, the best ways to adapt, and how the Gaddie Eye team can help.
Vision Over 60
Not surprisingly, our eyes decline with age, perhaps even with accelerating declination from age 60 onward.
To protect your eyesight and stay eye-healthy as you age, follow these basic guides.
Age-related vision loss can be addressed with practical solutions.