What is Presbyopia?
The natural crystalline lens in the eye is quite elastic and can change its shape to focus on objects at various distances, this is known as “accommodation.” As we age, the lens becomes more rigid, and seeing up-close objects clearly becomes difficult. This condition is known as presbyopia and usually due to the normal aging process of the eye.
You may start to notice presbyopia around your mid 40s. Reading materials might have to be held farther away to be seen clearly.
It has been mentioned and been advertised as there is no way to stop or reverse presbyopia. Treatments through acupuncture and herbal medicines will help reverse presbyopia and the person will be able to see up-close objects clearly.