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Reading glasses are eyewear designed to help people with presbyopia, a common condition that often develops as we age, causing difficulty in seeing close objects clearly. They enhance near vision, making it easier to read, use a computer, do crafting, and other close-up tasks.
If you find yourself struggling to read small print, needing to hold books or devices at arm's length to see clearly, or experiencing eye fatigue, headaches, or eye strain when doing close work, you might benefit from reading glasses. It's best to see an eye care professional for a comprehensive eye exam to determine your need for reading glasses.
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The power of reading glasses, measured in diopters, represents the optical strength of the lenses. A higher number indicates a stronger prescription. The power you need for reading glasses is determined by your eye care professional during an eye exam.
Different types of lens coatings include anti-reflective coatings to reduce glare, blue-light-blocking coatings to protect against potentially harmful blue light from screens, UV coatings to protect against harmful ultraviolet rays, and scratch-resistant coatings to prolong the life of your glasses.
Reading glasses are designed for close-up work and should be worn as needed for activities like reading, sewing, or using a computer. Wearing them for distant vision activities could make your vision blurry and cause discomfort.