As we age, the lenses of our eyes become harder and less flexible, making it more difficult to see up close. These changes can lead to age-related Blurry Near Vision, also known as presbyopia

Presbyopia is a normal part of aging. Everyone gets presbyopia as they get older — usually after age 45. Many people have another refractive error in addition to presbyopia

Presbyopia is different than farsightedness — another refractive error that makes it hard to see things up close. Eye doctors can check for presbyopia as part of a comprehensive eye exam. The exam is simple and painless.

As your presbyopia gets worse, you’ll probably need glasses or contact lenses to help you read. Some people use over-the-counter reading glasses — or your eye doctor can prescribe lenses to help you see as clearly as possible.
Citation: National Eye Institute

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