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Assistive Listening Devices
Assistive listening devices can help you to function better. From knowing when the doorbell rings to helping you hear the TV, these devices can make your life with hearing loss better.
Vision Problems and Aging
As your eyes age, changes in your eyes can cause problems with your vision. Problems focusing, seeing floaters, watery eyes and redness are common complaints that older people have. Your eye doctor can make sure that nothing serious is happening and help you manage these age-related eye problems.
Watery Eyes and Aging
Watery eyes and too many tears are common complaints of older adults. Your eyes change as you age and the body tries to help by making more tears. Most of the causes of excessive tearing can be easily addressed.
Aging and Eye Diseases
Aging can cause various eye diseases and disorders. Dry eye, cataracts, glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration and retinopathy are all conditions that occur more often in older people. The best prevention is regular trips to an eye doctor for checkups.
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