Often times, we don’t give our eye health as much thought as we should. Those who don’t have the need for vision correct, or have any other eye issues, may not even go in for an annual exam. However, failing to keep up on eye health can lead to troublesome eye issues resulting from undiagnosed issues in the lens, like cataracts. Luckily, many cataracts are visible before they cause any changes in vision, and are easily removed with a simple surgery.
Still, you should know if you’re are at risk of cataracts, and what to watch for. If you develop any of the three types of cataracts, you will need them removed once they start causing issues with your vision. Some people are more at risk of cataracts than others, so keep reading to learn if you may be at risk.