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What is Presbyopia?

Description of the disease

Presbyopia, also known as farsightedness, is a condition in which a person begins to have difficulty with clear vision of close objects. This is due to the loss of elasticity of the eye's lens, which makes it difficult to focus on nearby objects.


  • Natural presbyopia - occurs with age
  • Early presbyopia - possible as a result of eye injury or surgical intervention


  • Blurred vision when reading
  • Eye fatigue
  • Difficulty focusing on close objects


Presbyopia is caused by the natural aging process of the eyes, resulting in the lens losing its elasticity and ability to change shape.


Diagnosis of presbyopia involves vision testing by an optometrist or ophthalmologist.


Treatment for presbyopia includes wearing glasses or contact lenses designed to correct farsightedness. Surgical treatment methods, such as LASIK or refractive surgery, are also possible.


Prevention of presbyopia includes proper lighting when reading, regular breaks from computer work, and regular visits to an ophthalmologist for routine vision checks.


For the diagnosis and treatment of presbyopia, you can contact an optometrist or ophthalmologist.

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