Frequently Asked Questions
2. Is vision loss a normal part of aging?
As you age, it is normal to experience some changes in your vision, such as difficulty adjusting to glare, and distinguishing some colors, particularly shades of blue and green. Some common vision problems require glasses or contacts to see clearly and up close. However, these changes can be easily corrected and won’t lead to vision loss or blindness. Remember, vision loss is not a normal part of aging. In fact, you can live an active lifestyle well into your later years without ever experiencing vision loss.