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Age-related Farsightedness (Presbyopia)

A gradual, age-related loss of the eyes' ability to focus actively on nearby objects
Age-related Farsightedness (Presbyopia)

Presbyopia is a refractive error that makes it hard for middle-aged and older adults to see things up close.

Farsightedness usually becomes noticeable in the early to mid-40s and worsens until around age 65.

Symptoms include a need to hold reading material at arm’s length to make letters clearer, blurred vision at normal reading distance, and eyestrain after reading. In rare cases, it may cause headaches.

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