What Are the Basics of Prebyopia?

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Basic Information of Presbyopia

Presbyopia is a kind of gradual loss of your eye's ability to focus on up-close objects or images. It can occur usually between mid-40s and 65. You can turn to wearing eyeglasses or contact lenses for help, or consider surgery. Causes: Presbyopia is the natural and annoying part of aging. The common causes that can lead to it are usually as follows:
  • Hardening of the eyes lens because of aging
  • Exposure to sunlight
  • Frequent close-up actions
  • Certain medical conditions such as diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, multiple sclerosis, etc.
  • Certain drugs such as antihistamines, diuretics, antidepressants, etc.
Symptoms: Common symptoms of presbyopia are listed below:
  • Blurred vision
  • Headaches or eyestrain after reading or doing close-up work
  • Double vision
  • Increasing reliant on wearing glasses
  • Squinting
  • Hold reading materials at arm's length to read
<!--nextpage--> Treatments: Presbyopia treatments aim at compensating for the inability of your eyes to focus on nearby objects. Common treatments for presbyopia include: Eyeglasses You can use over-the-counter eyeglasses to help correct, but if they are inadequate, you can also turn to prescription eyeglasses like bifocals, trifocals, progressive multifocals, office progressives, etc. Contact Lenses Bifocal contact lenses, monovision contact lenses, and modified monovision can be considered. Refractive Surgery Refractive surgical procedures usually include conductive keratoplasty, laser-assisted in situ keratomuleusis (LASIK), laser-assisted subepithelial keratectomy (LASEK), photorefractive keratectomy (PRK), etc. FDA-Approved Implant FDA-approved implants include KAMRA inlay, Raindrop inlay, etc. KAMRA Inlay is suggestable for people who haven't had cataract surgery; Raindrop inlay is placed under a flap in the cornea in one eye. Lens Implants They remove the lens in each eye and replace it with a synthetic lens. Keywords: best treatment presbyopia; causes presbyopia; cause presbyopia; presbyopia causes; improve presbyopia; presbyopia; presbyope; new treatment presbyopia; define presbyopia; definition presbyopia; does presbyopia mean; presbyopia means; presbyopia definition; presbyopia eyes; eye condition presbyopia; presbyopia eye; presbyopia management; presbyopia treatment; treatments presbyopia; treatment presbyopia; presbyopia treatment options; presbyopia symptoms; symptoms presbyopia