Low vision refers to a visual impairment that is not correctable through surgery, prescription drugs, glasses or contacts. It’s often characterized by partial sight, such as blurred vision, blind spots or tunnel vision. Low vision can impact people of any age, but it is primarily associated with adults over the age of 60.
- Blind spots in your field of vision
- Gradual loss of central vision
- Areas of distorted or blurred vision spots and blotches in your vision
- Shadowed or darkened field of view or noticeable loss of peripheral vision
- Cloudy and blurred vision or halos around bright lights