The reduced capacity to see color is called Color Blindness.
Color blindness can make some academic activities challenging. Shopping for fruit, selecting clothes, and examining traffic lights can get complicated. However, these hardships are negligible, and most people accommodate. Individuals with total color blindness, however, may also have decreased visual awareness and be uncomfortable in bright environments.
There is no cure for color blindness yet.
Examination may allow a person’s educator to change their method of teaching to accommodate the decreased ability to recognize colors. Appropriate lenses may help people with red–green color blindness when under bright conditions. There are also many mobile applications that can help people identify such colors.
Deuteranomaly is the most frequent type of color blindness. It is mostly found in males as 6% of men are affected by this, while it is only found in 0.4% females.
This is relatively rare and only found in about 1% of the total population including men and women.
Total Color Blindness
Total color blindness is defined as the incapacity to detect color at all. An interesting fact is that only around 0.00003% of the world’s population suffers from total color blindness.
Red–green color blindness is the most familiar form, followed by blue–yellow color blindness and total color blindness. Red–green color blindness strikes up to 8% of males and 0.5% of females of Northern European origin. The ability to perceive color also decreases in old age. Being color blind may make people unfit for certain jobs in some countries. This may cover pilot, train driver, and armed forces.
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