Eyesight: 4 eye problems in your 40s and older – 'Can make it hard for you'


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While relatively common for people aged 40 and older, glaucoma can go undetected for numerous years as the condition may present with no symptoms.

“This is why it’s so important to see your optician regularly as they’ll be able to catch the condition early and provide you with a treatment plan,” Dr Miller emphasised.

Then there’s age-related macular degeneration, which is when you begin to notice blind spots in your vision.

AMD, as it’s shortened to, can be a “serious risk to your health”.


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