Live well with Presbyopia
Though your vision may be changing, your life doesn’t have to.
Keep your vision sharp
If you’re in your 40s and finding it difficult to focus up-close, you’re probably developing presbyopia, a perfectly normal age-related condition. It’s a fact of life after 40 for all of us.
As your eyesight changes, you need to adapt – that means consulting your optician to find the lenses in order to enjoy effortless vision at any distance.
Through this content answering 9 questions about how to live with presbyopia, we help you manage age-related long-sightedness and live well with it.
Because a weakening vision shouldn't stop you from living your life to the fullest.
Learn how to live well with presbyopia
9 questions for presbyopia