A normal process that happens over the course of your lifetime is presbyopia. This is the slow loss of ability to see close objects or small print. This affects people at varying degrees. With age, various other problems can arise that affect your eyesight as well such as cataracts or age-related macular degeneration. To find out more, visit the link below.
Presbyopia is the medical term for the deterioration of eyesight during the aging process. Essentially, the pupil becomes smaller and restricts the amount of light let into the eye which results in difficulty focusing. It is a condition which commonly takes a long period of time to develop to a point where people notice the difference in the ability to see, however it can occur at any age.
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