#5 Blurry vision
The group of eye disorders that might develop as a result of diabetes is referred to as diabetic eye disease.
Diabetic retinopathy, the main cause of adult blindness in the United States, is caused by alterations in the retina’s blood vessels, which either cause the vessels to leak or to grow irregular new blood vessels on the retina’s surface.
Diabetic complications can result in neovascular glaucoma. High sugar intake can harm blood vessels in the retina and cause abnormal new ones to form. A rise in intraocular pressure and glaucoma may result from the development of new blood vessels on the iris, the colorful portion of the eye.
Due to the rise in blood sugar levels, cataracts can develop earlier and advance more quickly in patients with diabetes. A cataract is formed from the hazy deposit that is located in the eye’s lens.