Poor vision increases the risk of dementia

Scientists have found a correlation between poor vision and the development of dementia to elderly years. People refusing treatment of vision problems in old age, often faced with the rapid memory loss.

American doctors have analyzed the health of volunteers for 8 years and noticed an interesting fact. Almost all people who had diseases of the organ of vision and refusing medical care, are faced with the symptoms of Alzheimer's disease.

Poor vision leads to decreased activity, inability to see loved ones and information on the street. The lack of information affects the brain and leads to dementia.

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