If you’re noticing that your vision is becoming blurry and you think you may be developing cataracts, you’ll undoubtedly have questions about the condition. This Q&A from the American Refractive Surgery Council can help you find answers to some of the most commonly-asked questions about cataracts, including one of our favorites:
What can I do to delay getting cataracts?
There are several simple lifestyle choices you can make that might help you delay getting cataracts: Wear sunglasses with UV protection and a hat. Don’t smoke. Eat a healthy diet that includes lots of fruit and vegetables as they are high in protective antioxidants such as Vitamin C, A and E. Plus, it bears repeating, regular visits to your eye care professional are important to your vision and overall health.