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If I correct my presbyopia, will my eyes get lazy?

If I correct my presbyopia, will my eyes get lazy?

Presbyopia is a normal aging process of the eye that usually appears around the age of 40. The crystalline lens loses its elasticity and makes it difficult to focus for close reading. Glasses are used to correct a visual disorder. Wearing them is a matter of comfort, but also a way to avoid visual fatigue or headaches. Not wearing glasses to work on your eyes will not improve your vision.