As people age, they often find themselves struggling to see objects and read words up-close. This farsightedness, or presbyopia, is a natural part of the aging process. Although developing presbyopia is normal and common, we know it’s frustrating when you can no longer read a restaurant menu, view a mall sign, or sew on a button with ease.
To help decide whether or not reading glasses can help you, we’ve put together a few tests and tips below. By trying them out and noticing your habits, you can make a more informed decision on wearing readers.