Presbyopia (a word that literally means "aged eye") is an age-related eye condition that makes it more difficult to see up close, such as when reading. Like gray hair or wrinkles, presbyopia is not a disease, but a symptom caused by the natural course of aging. The...
Eye exercises Give your eyes a good rest Sit in a comfortable place and rub your clean hands until your palms feel warm. Close your eyes and cover them with the palms of your hands, without pressing. Cover your eyes with the palms of your hands so that the nose is...
Are templeless reading glasses practical? We have already told you on several occasions about our glasses armaless and reading designed for see up...
In Spain it is calculated that approximately in the year 2025, those over 65 years of age will account for 25% of the total population. It should be...
Anti-reflective lenses improve vision by reducing eye strain and making glasses more attractive.
Long arm syndrome is entirely related to presbyopia. This affects the ability of your eyes to see closely.
Blue wavelengths are beneficial during daylight hours because they increase attention, reaction times and mood, seem to be the most disturbing at night
Tired sight (also known as presbyopia) is the difficulty to focus on the objects that are closest to us.