Presbyopia is a medical condition related to the eyes, which usually occurs around age 40. During this period, the individual experiences a lot of blurriness and has trouble reading, sewing, working on the computer, etc. which is basically related to vision issues that are near the eyes. Even those with no eye problems can experience this. Some people may also have headache issues because of the poor vision.
HOW IS PRESBYOPIA DIAGNOSED?
The diagnosis for Presbyopia is through routine eye examination. The Ophthalmologist you visit will check the sharpness in the vision and the status of the eye’s capacity the make the adjustments while viewing object near and far. The diagnosis will also reveal the condition of the muscles and the retina in the eye.
HOW IS PRESBYOPIA TREATED?
While a doctor normally suggests eyeglasses and contact lenses to treat Presbyopia, however, refractive surgery or laser surgery is a permanent form of correction for Presbyopia.
DID YOU KNOW?
Presbyopia is a disorder that affects everyone during the natural aging process.