What is colour blindness?


Color blindness, also referred to as color vision deficiency, is a condition characterized by difficulty in distinguishing certain colors. It arises from the absence or dysfunction of specific color-sensitive cells (cones) in the retina of the eye. Treatment for color blindness depends on the underlying cause. In cases where color blindness is inherited and there is no underlying eye condition, there is currently no cure. However, certain tools and technologies can help individuals manage their condition. This includes using specially designed lenses or glasses that can enhance color perception or using color-coded systems to aid in tasks where color distinction is necessary. #ColorBlindness #VisionImpairment #EyeHealth #QualityOfLife #Accessibility