What is Farsightedness
Farsightedness is a relatively common condition, affecting around 10 to 30% of the world’s inhabitants (depending on the age and location of the individuals studied). The occurrence of hyperopia increases with age, with at least half of all people over the age of 65 having farsightedness.
Farsightedness (hyperopia) is a common condition where you can see distant objects clearly, but near objects can be blurred. Your degree of hyperopia affects your ability to concentrate. People with severe farsightedness can only see distant objects, while people with mild farsightedness can see things closer easily.
Farsightedness is usually present at birth and transfers in the family. You can correct this condition with glasses or contact lenses. Another treatment option is surgery.
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