Although most cataracts are classified as age-related and tend to cause problems with a person’s vision after the age of 60, it is certainly possible to develop cataracts at an earlier age. Some people get age-related cataracts in their 40s or 50s. Others develop cataracts even younger because of external factors.
Experts have identified some key risk factors besides advancing age that can contribute to the development of cataracts earlier in life. Read on as the team at Eye Care of San Diego reveals what can cause early cataracts. Continue reading