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LowVisionMany people would consider losing their sight one of the worst potential losses that they could encounter. While most of us will not suffer from complete blindness, millions currently suffer from some form of visual impairment, with numbers growing rapidly as we age. According to the National Eye Institute (NEI), older adults represent the majority of the visually impaired population, with visual impairment included among the 10 most prevalent causes of disability in the U.S.

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Thanks for the message, Adsilg. You are right that eating habits and other lifestyle changes can make a huge difference in keeping eyesight healthy (for many people).

Thanks for explaining an important and most commonly spread problem. Some common disabilities like poor physical health and impaired vision comes with age. Seniors can change their eating habits and everyday routine for sustaining their perfect eye health.

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