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Will a pair of reading glasses from Poundland do the trick when YOUR eyesight fails?

By Adrian Monti for the Daily MailPublished: 18:47 EDT, 11 September 2017 | Updated: 19:37 EDT, 11 September 2017 When you start to struggle to see the words on a page or menu, it’s time to buy reading glasses. This usually happens in your 40s as a result of the age-related condition presbyopia, caused by the lens in the eye losing its flexibility and becoming stiff.As a result, the eye finds it harder to switch from focusing on things at a distance to small close-up images, such as...

Are reading glasses inevitable?

Virtually everyone, even with 20/20 vision, needs reading glasses at some point in their 40s. Or do they? Is there any way to stop or even stall the inevitable? I read about an app called "Glasses Off" that supposedly strengthens eye muscles but the reviews were very mixed. Wondering if anyone knows any strategies for avoiding the dreaded glasses. (Yes, I should ask my eye doctor, but I don't have one.)posted by whitelily to Health & Fitness (30 answers total) 11 users...

Optometrist Chooses the KAMRA® Corneal Inlay for Her Solution to Reading Glasses

[September 06, 2017] The pinhole effect, a foundation of modern day photography used in today's cameras and smartphones to capture clear images, is now a groundbreaking solution for the vision problem affecting 114 million Americans: presbyopia. AcuFocus, Inc., has developed the first-of-its-kind KAMRA corneal inlay utilizing the pinhole effect to focus rays of light entering the eye to regain a continuous and uninterrupted range of vision...