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vision
problems

Vision changes and problems can occur at any time in a person's life. In most cases, simple corrective measures such as
glasses can solve the problem.

Astigmatism

If you experience blurred or distorted vision and headaches then you could have astigmatism, which means light doesn't focus properly on the retina.

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SHORT-SIGHTEDNESS (MYOPIA)

When distant objects appear blurred, but your near vision is perfectly clear then you may have a refractive error called myopia. 

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LONG-SIGHTEDNESS (HYPEROPIA)

If you struggle to see objects that are close-up, but are able to see objects clearly at a far distance, then you may be hyperopic. 

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AGE-RELATED LONG-SIGHTEDNESS (PRESBYOPIA)

Are you having trouble focussing on nearby objects? You may be suffering from presbyopia. This is normally a problem that affects people over the age of 40.

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