Can’t Read Fine Print After 40?
Why Can’t I Read the Fine Print Anymore?
Ah…the joys of aging. Wrinkles, hair loss – and declining vision. While there really isn’t much we can readily do to restore skin elasticity and balding, thankfully the correction of age-related vision loss can be corrected promptly with a visit to your nearest Wise Eyes Optical vision center. If you find yourself suddenly struggling to read the fine print, read on. There is hope!
Help For Vision Loss After Age 40
Sometime around the age of 40, we all begin to experience some degree of loss of the ability to read fine print up-close. You may have first noticed this while trying to read the tiny print on a pill bottle, a menu, or on your phone. While holding the print further away, or in brighter light, can help bring it into focus, we all eventually reach a point when our arms just aren’t long enough and the lights aren’t bright enough to continue this practice. If you are starting to feel like your arms are “too short,” don’t worry! Help is available (and no, it does not involve an arm-lengthening procedure)!
Presbyopia Solutions: Glasses & Contacts to Fit Your Lifestyle
This common condition is known medically as “presbyopia” (the eyes gradually lose the ability to focus up-close). Wise Eyes Optical offers several effective and attractive options to help you regain the clear vision you need. From contacts to reading glasses, bifocals and multifocal lenses, the Wise Eyes Optical team offers personalized assistance to help you choose the best option for your lifestyle.
Designer Reading Glasses and More – Magnify Your Life
If you already wear corrective contact lenses, you can choose multifocal contact lenses or reading glasses to help magnify the fine print. Bifocals or no-line digital progressive lenses (these correct near, intermediate, and distance vision) are some other options for those who prefer to wear eyeglasses for vision correction. If you only require assistance with reading fine print, Wise Eyes Optical offers an attractive selection of designer and budget reading glasses that you can use as needed so you can always have access to crystal clear vision.