Blurred Vision, Loss Vision
Loss of color intensity
Frequent changes in eyeglass prescriptions
Glare from bright lights that cause vision problems at night, especially when driving.
Discomfort in bright llights or sensitivity to glare from lamps or the sun.
Halos around lights
Double vision in one eye.
Decreased contrast sensitivity (the abillity to see shadows or shapes against a background).
Cataracts are usually manifested by a slow and gradual decline in vision, it appears cloudy, unfocused, or as if seeing through a veil, and it's not relieved by changing eyeglass prescriptions.
A cataract is a clouding of the normally clear lens of your eye. For people who have cataracts, seeing through cloudy lenses is a bit like looking through a frosty or fogged-up window. Clouded vision caused by cataracts can make it more difficult to read, drive a car — especially at night — or see the expression on a friend's face.
Most cataracts develop slowly and don't disturb your eyesight early on. But with time, cataracts will eventually interfere with your vision.
At first, stronger lighting and eyeglasses can help you deal with cataracts. But if impaired vision interferes with your usual activities, you might need cataract surgery. Fortunately, cataract surgery is generally a safe, effective procedure.