Presbyopia: Image forms behind the retina
What is Presbyopia
Also known as "tired eyesight," presbyopia is a refractive eye failure. It usually affects people over forty years of age. In this case, the image forms behind the retina.
Presbyopia occurs as a result of the stiffening of the ocular bulb lens. This stiffening occurs due to aging of the eyeball, although it does not necessarily affect all individuals.
The person who has presbyopia has difficulty focusing on objects close to the field of vision.
The problem can be solved by using reading glasses or bifocal or multifocal lenses.
Only an ophthalmologist can help improve the vision of a person with presbyopia.