People’s natural lenses in the eyes contain strong fibers which help the eye maintain normal vision in early years. However, the cells in the eye lenses will congregate and overlap as the time passes by. In other words, the fibers in the eye start to grow elastic. This is a change in the eye of natural aging. Such kind of vision deterioration always begins in one’s early 40s and affects the performance in perceiving daily objects.
One of the symptoms associated with vision problems caused by eye aging is eyestrain. People with vision problems would feel strained in the eyes whenever they are reading something or even watching TV. A common application is that some individuals can not help themselves holding a book or newspaper at an arm’s distance. They try to hold the reading materials as far as the outstretched hand. This abnormal way usually signifies presbyopia. Encountering any of the stated symptoms, it is the right time to visit an optometrist for checkup on the eyes. Potential eye problems should be diagnosed and treated as early as possible. Never leave the problem for tomorrow.
From the perspective of eye doctors, the common ways to treat vision problems are corrective eyeglasses and contact lenses. Presbyopia bothering the old is worth of particular discussing. This common vision problem can be addressed with reading glasses, bifocal eyeglasses and bifocal contact lenses. Bifocals are really a meaningful contribution to the treatment of presbyopia. They can effectively resolve presbyopia while helping people deal with nearsightedness. In particular, bifocal contact lenses can offer convenience as an extra benefit compared to eyeglasses.
Even with the continuous improvement in lens technology which gives rise to bifocal lenses, reading glasses remain the original and simple solution to presbyopia. They can never been replaced. What’s more, the time when people wearing reading glasses were considered as pure dorks and nerds has gone forever, thanks to the rapid and profound progress in eyeglass design.
Source by George Manche