Sometime after the age of 40, most people start to notice some changes in their vision. It’s typically in this decade of life that eyes begin to lose the ability to focus on objects up close—especially in dim lighting conditions. A normal, age-related condition called presbyopia is usually to blame for these difficulties.
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