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Can Reading Glasses Prevent Eye Strain
Yes: After age 40s, presbyopia starts to set in which is loss of accommodation or focusing to see at near. So for those with a plano or hyperopic farsighted prescription, eye strain starts to happen when looking at small print. Reading glasses help to relieve the strain of accommodation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Try dimestore: It sounds like mostly your have near vision issues. Were the lost glasses bifocals? With a distance correction you needed? If not you can buy $10 glasses and do very well by them. And if you just want something in the meanwhile, el cheapo glasses are not a major investment and can be used later as a back up. ...Read more
Yes: They may be too strong or you might still be getting used to them. ...Read more
You may: See an eye doc for an exam. Your eyes may be deficient in ability to maintain comfortable focus with near tasks and glasses can alleviate your symptoms. Furthermore an exam will reassure that your eyes are properly aligned, as this may cause visual symptoms too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: For people with presbyopia (difficulty with focusing closely), readers can work wonders. What they cannot address however are differences in focus between the eyes or astigmatism. For many people however, otc readers work great and are inexpensive. For the ultimate clarity, see your ophthalmologist and try some custom glasses. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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