Night Blindness and Color Blindness


Color blindness is the inability to see shade, but is not a type of blindness by any means. Those with this problem have difficulty recognizing certain shades, such as blue and yellow or red and green. A visual impairment, or a lack of shading vision, is an acquired condition that affects males 8 times more than females. Red-green shading absence is the most common type of visual impairment. Insignificantly more often than not, a man may develop a weakness that prevents him from seeing blue and yellow shades. The inadequacy of the blue-yellow shading impacts men and women alike.  Nyctalopia is another name for night blindness, which is a type of vision impairment. Those with night blindness find themselves unable to see well at night or in dimly lit environments. In spite of the fact that the expression "night blindness" implies that you cannot see at night, this is not the case. Night blindness is experienced by people who are unable to see or drive at night. Nightblindness can be treated in some cases, but in others it is not. To determine the underlying cause, a specialist should be consulted.


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