What is Presbyopia?
With age, your eye’s lens grows more and more inflexible, decreasing your ability to focus on close objects. The clinical term for this is presbyopia.
Presbyopia in Greek means "old eye." Presbyopia usually begins to develop for most people around the age 40.
A common sign of presbyopia is that you’ll find that the natural lenses and surrounding parts of your eyes have grown too rigid to accommodate focus from far to near — and back again.
Dry eye is only a small and temporary problem, but it can be highly uncomfortable, and sometimes can have a significant impact on your daily life by preventing you from being productive in your day life.
Dry eye disease, or dry eye syndrome, is a highly common condition that occurs. It occurs when your eyes are incapable of producing the right amount of tears- that make your eyes moist, or if those tears evaporate too quickly it may have a lasting beneficial effect.