Changes in eyesight start around age 10, and by 40,
most people have symptoms of Presbyopia. Presbyopia
is the loss of the ability to focus on close objects;
making reading and close-up work more difficult.
Causes of Presbyopia
Presbyopia is a normal deterioration of vision, with
no other direct cause.
Presbyopia can often first appear through tension around
the eyes, head-aches and blurred vision when tired.
Eventually, small printing becomes difficult to read,
or normal size text in poor lights. Vision at normal
distances will still be normal.
Presbyopia is normally treated with the prescription
of reading glasses or contact lenses.
Certain key nutrients also assist with general eyesight
on Presbyopia and Treatments
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