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Information about Presbyopia
We Have to Know about the Presbyopia
- Presbyopia — the gradual loss of your eyes’ ability to focus actively on nearby objects
Could be dangerous, if the answer is YES for any one of the following questions
Causes of Presbyopia
- Presbyopia is caused by a hardening of your lens, which in turn develops with aging. As your lens becomes less flexible, it can no longer change shape, and close-up images appear out of focus.
Do’s and Don’ts of Presbyopia
Signs & Symptoms of Presbyopia
- Find that print appears unclear at a normal reading distance
- Experience eyestrain or headaches from prolonged reading or close work
Medical advice for Presbyopia
- If your problem with close-up vision is pronounced enough that you’re no longer comfortable reading or doing close work
Risk factors of Presbyopia
Treatment for Presbyopia
- Wearing corrective lenses
- Undergoing refractive surgery
- Getting lens implants
Self-care for Presbyopia
- Have your eyes checked after the age of forty
- Control chronic health conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure
- Wear sunglasses to protect your eyes from the sun.
- Eat healthy foods.
- Use the right glasses.
- Use good lighting.
Investigations for Presbyopia