How Does Diabetes Affect the Eyes?

Diabetic Retinopathy!
Ever heard of this term? Diabetic Retinopathy causes damage to the retina caused by high blood sugar leading to blurry vision and potential blindness. If you ignore it, it could cause hazy vision, dark patches, and even blindness.

Clouding of the eye lens due to age, exacerbated by diabetes; surgery is a safe and effective treatment.

It damages the optic nerve without even announcing its presence. People will diabetes are twice as likely to develop open-angle glaucoma.