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High blood pressure tied to impaired colour vision

Latest Update: October 19, 2015 | 164 Views
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Damage to certain parts of the eye that occurs as a result of high blood pressure could ultimately lead to vision loss.

A new study has found that high blood pressure was tied to impaired colour vision.

According to researchers, damage to certain parts of the eye that occurs as a result of high blood pressure could ultimately lead to vision loss and it is possible that impaired colour vision could be a sign of future problems related to high blood pressure.

The researchers said it will be great if acquired colour vision impairment can be a harbinger of future hypertension-related complications.