Cataract Risk Factors

With increasing age, everyone is at danger of cataract as it is an almost inevitable accompanyment with the process of ageing. By the age of 80, around 70 percent of individuals start suffering from cataracts. With developing age, ournatural lens of the eye turns out to be less adaptable, and thicker in curvature causing blurred vision without proper clarity or resolution. This majorly happens due to the accumulation of proteins on the lens with time. Maturing Age, ultraviolet radiation of sun and different disease as well as lifestyle conditions viz; diabetes, hypertension, obesity, smoking and hormone replacement therapy comprises of a huge portion of the regular cataract hazard factors. Cataract Risk Factors must be examined in all the ophthalmology congresses that will be organized in the coming years across the globe.

  • Advancing Age
  • Previous eye surgery
  • UV Radiation
  • Obesity and Hypertension
  • Hormone replacement therapy
  • Prolonged and Intense Myopia
  • Smoking and Alcohol
  • Diabetes
  • Genetic

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