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What is Hyperopia?

Description of the disease

Hyperopia, or farsightedness, is a type of vision impairment in which it is harder for a person to see close objects than distant ones.


  • Simple hyperopia
  • Compound hyperopia


  • Blurry vision when reading or looking at close objects
  • Headaches and fatigue with prolonged eye strain


The main cause of hyperopia is a deviation of the anatomical parameters of the eye, causing the focal point of light rays to fall behind the retina.


To diagnose hyperopia, it is necessary to consult an ophthalmologist for an examination. It is important to have a fundus examination and measure visual acuity.


Treatment for hyperopia may include wearing glasses or contact lenses, as well as the possibility of surgical intervention in severe cases.


To prevent the development of hyperopia, it is important to properly allocate time between computer work and rest, as well as regularly check your vision with an ophthalmologist.


If symptoms of hyperopia appear, it is necessary to consult an ophthalmologist for consultation and further treatment.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.