Age-related Close-up Vision Loss- How do I rid myself of reading glasses?

Overview Age-related close-up vision loss- or Presbyopia– is a well-described and predictable process that will be first noticed in individuals in their 40s-50s. The condition manifests with the inability to see clearly objects held within arm’s length. It is the most common vision problem in those over the age of 65. The word presbyopia means “old eye” or “old sight” in Greek. Although considered a normal part of aging, it can be frustrating for most individuals not only because it signals advancing age but it also often requires reading glasses and corrective lenses. This brief article will serve to shed … Continue reading Age-related Close-up Vision Loss- How do I rid myself of reading glasses?