Hyperopia or "farsightedness" is an error of refraction wherein
parallel rays of light come to a focus behind the retina.
When you are hyperopic, you will have no problem seeing
objects in the distance, but there will be difficulty
in focusing clearly on near objects. Hyperopia occurs
when the eyeball is too small or the cornea is too flat.
Symptoms of Hyperopia
Common farsightedness symptoms include difficulty in concentrating and maintaining a clear focus on near objects,
blurred vision, eyestrain, fatigue and/or headaches after
close work, aching or burning eyes, poor reading ability,
general tension and irritability or nervousness after
What a Hyperopic person sees
Hyperopia is corrected by prescribing appropriate convex