Presbyopia is the gradual loss of the eye’s ability to focus on nearby objects.
It’s natural and often a discomforting part of aging process. Presbyopia usually becomes prominent in the early to mid 40s and continues to worsen until around the age of 65.
Symptoms of presbyopia
- Tendency to hold reading material farther away to make the letters clearer.
- Blurred vision at normal reading distance.
- Eyestrain or headaches after reading or doing close-up work.
You may notice these symptoms are worse if you are tired or are in an area with dim lighting
See an eye doctor if blurry close-up vision is keeping you from reading, doing close-up work or enjoying other normal activities.
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