How to Distinguish Presbyopia and Hyperopia?

Differences Between Presbyopia and Hyperopia

Although symptoms of presbyopia and hyperopia are similar, and they all belong to refractive problems, they are actually not the same thing. All of presbyopia and hyperopia can trigger headache, eye strain, fatigue, trouble of seeing things up-close, etc.

Presbyopia is an age-related condition, it occurs usually between the ages of 40 and 50. For people with presbyopia, the lens of their eyes become less flexible, they tend to hold objects or images farther away to focus letter.

Hyperopia, or farsightedness, occurs when irregularly-shaped eyes prevent lights from properly lining up with the retina. It is usually presented from birth, and people of any age, including babies, can develop farsightedness.

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