As you approach retirement and the age often referred to as "older-adulthood," there are a lot of changes you expect. Getting out of bed in the morning gets a little more difficult and your joints may ache a bit. One change you may not know to expect, however, is the fading of your vision as you develop cataracts. Almost 20% of adults have cataracts by age 60 – 64, and about 60% ages 80 and older have them.
If you play sports, you know that it is important that your overall health needs to be carefully guarded. One part of that is ensuring that your eye health is at its best. Here is what you need to keep your eyes in good shape.
Why Is Eye Health Important?
When it comes to sports, good eye health is more than just ensuring you can see well enough to participate. The condition of your eyes plays a major part in your sports ability.
If you have just learned that you should be wearing corrective lenses, then you may be deciding whether you want to go with prescription glasses or contacts. There are both positive and negative aspects of each and it's up to you to decide which one offers you the most benefits. The information provided here will make it easier for you to imagine what it will be like to wear both so you can choose the one you will be the most satisfied with.