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What is the effect of menopause on eyes ?

I once read in a book that mentioned people' s eyes have menopause. What does that mean? Are there any effects?
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  • Arianna


    Yes, people's eyes have the menopause too. It has the similar meaning that human's body get the menopause. With long year's using, some function will decline. Menopause, for women, refers to the ovarian function decline from strong to completely disappear. A period of transition, including before and after menopause and a period of time for men which refers to the 50 ~ 60 years old in this stage menopausal symptoms, is prone to getting the whole body heat dizziness, palpitations. There are black spots or limbs cold symptoms, such as the need to pay special attention to maintain the medicine, 5 to 10 grams per day of medicinal roses bubble water to drink which can alleviate menopausal symptoms. The same is to the eyes. Eyes will easily get dry and red. They easily get the invisible bacterium in the eyes. They will get infection. At the same time, they will easily get the infection. The eyes vision may be blurry. During the eyes menopause, they should not sit in front of the computers for a long time with little rest. They need to eat more food with vitamin A and C to moisture the eyes.
  • adams


    Well, I guess it seems menopausal women are more likely to have eye problems. Most women in menopause are in their 40 to 50s. They are aging speedily. So do their eyes. The older the grow, the fewer tears they can generate. Therefore, they have higher risk of dry eyes. As the parts of their eyes age, they are easier to have eye strain, macular degenration, cataracts and glaucoma.
  • Caroline bell


    For I know that there is no report found people' s eyes have menopause. But during menopause, there are many eye problems occur because of underlying health condition, such as dry eyes, watery eyes, eye floater, cataracts, macular degeneration, hyperopia and so on. And there is no method to prevent those age-related eye disease.