Seven Signs Of Cataracts
Concerned that you might have cataracts? Check out these seven signs that the condition is affecting your eyes.
Fading Of Colors
Notice that colors aren’t as vibrant as they used to be? You likely have an eye problem clouding your vision.
Increased Need For Light
While many people need brighter lights to read with age, this can also be a sign of cataracts. If you notice that the lights never quite seem bright enough for you to see clearly, it’s a good idea to make an appointment with ophthalmology professional.
Does glancing at a lamp make you feel like you’re staring at the sun? If you’re experiencing sensitivity to light, your eyes may have developed cataracts.
Trouble Seeing At Night
If driving at night is becoming a problem for you, there’s a good chance that something is going on with your vision. Cataracts make it harder for light to enter the eye, which can make it hard to focus in low light conditions.
Do you find that no matter how much you rub your eyes, your field of vision is still cloudy? This is a sign that there’s an issue happening within the lens of your eye.
If you’re experiencing double vision in just one eye, there’s a good chance you’re dealing with cataracts.
Seeing Halos Around Lights
When you look at a light, does it seem to have a less bright ring surrounding it? This is a sign that your eye’s lens is struggling to send light to your retina.
Call Our Eye Care Center In Hialeah and Weston
If you think you might have cataracts, or you need an eye exam, tips on fireworks safety and eye care, or simply need a new prescription for vision correction, Vision Care & Surgery Associates in Hialeah and Weston is here to help. Call our office at (305) 835-7588 (Hialeah) or (954) 945-5570 (Weston) today.