Getting old is inevitable,
but losing your vision doesn't have to be.
Presbyopia, or "aging vision," as it is commonly referred
is the hardening of the lens and tightening of the eye
associated with aging.
This condition occurs in nearly everyone at some point
lives, typically around the age of 40. Aging vision
ciliary muscle, which is the muscle that is responsible
focusing, to become inflexible. It is therefore unable
the shape of the lens the amount required to focus on
At first you might find it hard to focus on the newspaper
a menu at a restaurant. Before you know it, your arms
long enough to read anything.
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