arms suddenly aren't long enough to read the paper, your may be developing
presbyopia, an age-related vision problem.
need to consider single-vision reading glasses.
is an inevitable adjunct to aging, and is due to the natural stiffening
of the lens in the eye, with the consequence that your eyes are prevented
from focusing on close objects. While you still can see distant objects
clearly, you cannot refocus on near objects.
thing that every nearsighted person should be told is that glasses
are not a therapy, they do not cure their eyesight.
They simply help to see well while you wear them. That is all they
do. On the other hand, if glasses are used when they are not necessary,
they can greatly worsen your eyesight.
can't read well without glasses, just keep the books a little closer,
but not closer than necessary.
that the enemy of the eyesight is the short distance. The harmful
strain to the eyes comes from too much time spent at too close a distance.
That's why glasses are harmful if used when they're not necessary:
glasses make things closer to you.
remember that the less you use glasses or the less strong they are
the better for your eyesight.