What is presbyopia or age-related far-sightedness?
Presbyopia or age-related eye disease is a disorder of the eye which makes close-up vision more difficult. This is because the natural eye lens loses its ability to focus. This usually manifests in people from the age of 40 to 50.
When we are young, we can usually read a text that is placed right in front of our nose; as we get older we have to hold the text further and further away.