Glaucoma can affect a person of any age (children to elderly). However people older than 60 are at higher risk of developing glaucoma. Factors which increase the risk of glaucoma include:
Most of the risk factors of glaucoma cannot be controlled or changed. However you can prevent damage to vision because of glaucoma by following the steps given here:
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