Feb 20, 2014 · Abnormal color vision increases significantly with aging -— affecting one-half or more of people in the oldest age groups, reports a study. While few people younger than 70 have problems with. Other visual factors, such as poor depth perception, limited side vision, extreme sensitivity to lights and glare, and reduced color perception, can also limit a person's ability to do everyday tasks. Low-vision rehabilitative services can provide people with the help and .
Most of us anticipate our eyesight getting worse as we get older: blurred vision, the need for more light to see, the list goes on and on. But a new study shows that the risk of abnormal color vision could also go up as people reach elderly age. The study, published in the journal Optometry and.