Your Vision Explained

Your Vision Explained

Your vision is measured by your eyesight prescription. This is a gauge to how well you can see. Should you have less than 20/20 vision, you will be prescribed glasses or contact lenses. As a rule of thumb, the higher your prescription, the worse your eyesight is. Read on to have more of your vision explained: Your Vision: How an Eyesight Prescription is measured A prescription is determined by assessing how powerful your cornea (outer part of your eye) and your lens are.
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Presbyopia

New Treatment of Presbyopia

Presbyopia is the blurring of close-up vision with age. It is very common and occurs more in the over-45 age group. Sufferers may feel the need to hold books or magazines at arm’s length in order to focus on them properly. Causes of Presbyopia Presbyopia is an age-related condition and is attributed to the lens within the eye becoming thicker and losing flexibility as the sufferer grows older.
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