A Guide To Vision In Adulthood

It’s no secret that vision problems typically occur the older we get. However, many people aren’t knowledgeable of the signs and symptoms that can come with age and vision changes. The Atlanta Vision Institute has outlined a guide to give you an idea of the types of vision problems people experience with age and how to identify them:

  • If you’re age 40 or over and are having difficulty reading up close, the problem may be Presbyopia. Presbyopia is a common condition where the eye loses the ability to see up close and therefore objects have to be seen and/or read from afar so that the lens can adjust itself appropriately. In the past, bifocals were a popular means of ridding this problem, but nowadays laser eye surgery is a great way to solve the problem of Presbyopia, also known as monovision.