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 There are many causes that may lead to Loss of Vision or lead to Impairment of Vision.

Common causes that lead to vision loss or visual impairment include Eye Injury, Inherited Conditions, Infections etc. 

Conditions That May Cause Visual Impairment Include:
  • Diabetes

  • Hypertension: high blood pressure

  • Cerebrovascular: brain blood vessel disease or stroke

  • Atherosclerotic disease (cholesterol deposits in blood vessels, including those of the eye)

  • HIV: Usually due to infection with cytomegalovirus, a virus that affects the eye

  • Vitamin A deficiency

  • Infections involving the eyes

Some eye infections, including those caused by parasites, are more common in developing countries. Infections in a pregnant woman can affect the fetus. This type of vision loss, present from birth is called congenital blindness.

  • Macular degeneration—deterioration of the central part of the retina

  • Cataracts—clouding of the lens of the eye

  • Glaucoma—damage to the nerve connecting the eye to the brain caused by increased pressure inside the eye

  • Eye injuries

  • Tumors involving the eye or surrounding structures in the head and neck

  • Regular eye examinations to detect inadequate vision correction, find cataracts, test for glaucoma, and evaluate general eye health.

  • Smoking: Has been linked to development of cataracts and macular degeneration in addition to all the other health problems smoking causes.

  • Chronic diseases, especially diabetes. Good control of blood sugar levels will help reduce your chances of developing diabetic retinopathy - the eye problem caused by diabetes. Regular screening eye examinations for persons with diabetes may help to detect diabetic retinopathy sooner. This may limit eye damage by making earlier treatment possible.

  • Protect your eyes from sunlight and other ultraviolet (UV) light exposure (such as tanning beds). Wearing UV-protective sunglasses and a wide-brimmed hat helps to limit UV exposure to the eyes.

  • Wear protective eyewear when working with tools or during recreational activities. Eye injuries are a common cause of vision loss for individuals in the United States.