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Hello! My sister is 42 and she suffers from mild myopia. She wears glasses all the time and she has been wearing them since she was a school girl. She was able to see near objects clear till recently. She was also able to read comfortably without her eye glasses. But, her condition has changed recently. She can’t see almost anything without glasses and she suffers from mild myopia. Is it common?

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Hello! Many people with myopia are usually able to read without eyeglasses even after the age of 40. Your sister should visit her eye doctor since her eyes probably developed presbyopia. Many people with myopia have problems after the age of 40 when the eyes become presbyopic and lose their ability to accommodate or change focus. She will need to use glasses for reading, most probably bifocals, whose corrective lenses each contain regions with two distinct optical powers.
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To Have Good Eyesight You Need to Know These Important Facts:


All glasses and lenses weaken your eyes! - They encourage you to use your eyes in the wrong way and therefore cause visual defects.

Most corrective surgery does the same, it only treats the symptoms! - Corrective surgery is risky, very expensive and since it only treats the symptoms of poor vision it can make your eyes malfunction in other ways later.

Optical professionals know little or nothing about prevention or natural ways of improving the eyesight. - Even if they did know, they would be against these methods because it wouldn’t be in their best interest to let you know about it.


There are ways to get better eyesight with a simple daily routine that takes only minutes a day.

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I recently had an eye exam and got a prescription of 2.25 for left eye and 2.5 for the right eye.I donot have trouble in reading although very fine prints are blurry.Do I need glasses ?


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She may have suffering from astigmatism too........
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