No; however, my wife does:
My wife was diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa, a blinding eye condition — It eats away your peripheral, creates night blindness, and hypersensitivity to light, before deteriorating your central vision.
Since my wife is experiencing light hypersensitivity, she wears sunglasses when going out and in bright stores; it helps with the light sensitivity and reduces the progress at which her sight degrades.
Before my wife got diagnosed with it, I never heard of Retinitis Pigmentosa: it's a rare genetic disorder which strikes you out of nowhere. People with the condition go through a grieving process of losing their eyesight — There is no cure and once the damage is done, no way to reverse it.
Like with all medical conditions, awareness of the condition helps.
Take Care, With Love Through God and Jesus and The Holy Ghost,