||Eye info Presbyopia
is progressive farsightedness that develops as we grow older.
It is a condition that occurs as the eye's lens grows older
and begins to lose some of the elasticity needed to switch
focus between viewing near and far objects. The age at which
presbyopia is first noticed varies, but it usually begins
to interfere with near vision in the early forty's.
What a presbyopic person sees
Symptoms of Presbyopia :
to hold reading material further and further away to be
able to focus.
is blurred at the normal reading distance; especially in
and/or eye fatigue after or during concentrated close work.
Presbyopia is treated by wearing the prescribed eyeglasses
or contact lenses that allow the eye to refract light rays