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Presbyopia

Over the course of its life, the lens gradually loses its natural elasticity, called accommodation, which is what switches distance vision to near vision. The loss of accommodation (presbyopia) is a physiological condition that affects everyone over age 40. It continues until we reach our 50’s, which is when virtually all lens flexibility disappears.

If you wear glasses to correct distance vision, certain signs allow you to recognize the onset of presbyopia :

  • You have a tendency to hold reading material at arm’s length;
  • Your eyes tire or your vision blurs when you do close-up work for an extended period of time;
  • If you are nearsighted, you will tend to remove your glasses to see more clearly up close.

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