Presbyopia is a problem that occurs in all people after the age of 40-45. In essence, this is not a disease but the normal aging process of the crystalline lens of the eye. The main symptom is reduced vision up close. The person finds it difficult to read and gets tired after a short period of short work. At the beginning of the symptoms, the person with presbyopia is relieved of the discomfort by removing from his eyes the object he wants to see clearly or the form he wants to read. Over the years, however, the gradual reduction of the ability to adapt makes reading more and more difficult and ultimately practically impossible.
The diagnosis of presbyopia is made by an ophthalmological examination, which is performed by an ophthalmologist.