Common Vision Corrections
Astigmatism is a common eye condition in which you have difficulty seeing clearly at both near and far distances. People who are both near and far distances. People who are long-sighted (hyperopia) or short-sighted (myopia) often also have astigmatism, or astigmatism can occur by itself. People who have astigmatism can experience eyestrain and headaches, and may feel tired at the end of the day.
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Hyperopia, or long-sightedness as it is commonly known, is an eye condition where you have difficulty seeing clearly when reading books or looking at the computer screen. People who are long-sighted often experience eyestrain and headaches and may feel tired at the end of the day.
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Myopia, or short-sightedness as it is commonly know, is an eye condition where you do not see distant objects clearly. Myopia is a very common eye condition that usually begins in school-age children and can continue to progress until the eye stops growing. Adults can also develop myopia.
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Presbyopia is a common condition in which the lens inside the eye loses flexibility, making it difficult to focus on near objects.
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