Presbyopia is when your eyes gradually lose their ability to focus on nearby objects. This condition can be brought on by poor health, but more often than not, it’s really more just a natural—albeit annoying—part of aging. It usually begins around one’s mid-40s, and continues to worsen until about age 65.
Presbyopia occurs when the lens of your eye, which is what the cornea uses to focus the light it receives from objects, begins to harden. The resulting inflexibility makes it more difficult for the lens to focus on close-up images, which in turn means they appear out of focus.
Blurred vision at normal distances.
Eyestrain and/or headaches after doing activities such as reading or any work that requires a close-up distance.
A noticeable tendency to start holding objects or materials farther away to make them clearer or more distinct.
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