Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD): Prevention
A condition in which there is a slow breakdown of in the center of the (the light-sensitive layers of at the back of the ). This blocks vision in the center of the eye and can cause problems with activities such as reading and driving. Age-related is most often seen in people who are over the age of 50.
About AMD Prevention
Researchers have found links between AMD and some lifestyle choices, such as smoking. You might be able to reduce your risk of AMD or slow its progression by making these healthy choices:Avoid smoking regularly Maintain normal and levels Eat a healthy diet rich in green, leafy vegetables and fish