What is Presbyopia? Why Do We Not See Nearly After 40?

What is presbyopia? Why do we not see close after age?
What is presbyopia? Why do we not see close after age?

📩 06/11/2020 12:31

Presbyopia, ie nearsightedness caused by age in people over the age of 40, is a common eye condition experienced by all men and women.

Presbyopia, ie nearsightedness caused by age in people over the age of 40, is a common eye condition experienced by everyone, both men and women. The world population gets older every 5 years, and the rate of presbyopia increases accordingly. Presbyopes, who suffer from binocular vision loss especially with the aging of the eye, are getting more involved with new digital occupations today. New digital occupations bring new vision needs with them. Many people experience vision problems with increased time spent at home, moving home, being more frequently intertwined with digital devices, smart devices with increased functions, intensive social media use, rapid access to information via phones and tablets, and digital devices being an indispensable part of business life. started to notice more.

Increased use of digital devices brings eye problems

The rapidly increasing use of smartphones, tablets and computers continue to be an indispensable part of daily life. Access to information is getting easier with enhanced functions. As business life becomes mobile, time spent with digital devices is increasing day by day. Devices, which have become areas of socialization with various applications, turn into indispensable parts that fit all the dynamics of life with shopping, access to information, interaction and research opportunities. Eye protection from known defects outside the digital domain eyes, it's the most important issues of the age of Seiko Optical Turkey Open Eye Health Advisor. Dr. Özgür Gözpınar said, '285 million people in the world have visual impairment. 85% of these are disorders that can be treated or prevented. Various eye problems have started to emerge with the increase in the use of phones, tablets and computers in recent years. It is extremely important to notice these problems beforehand in terms of treatment, prevention and life comfort. Not being aware of vision problems or noticing them late can cause problems such as reluctance in reading, headache and neck pain, concentration impairment and fatigue, especially in later ages. People over the age of 40 experience vision problems due to age, that is, the refractive error we call presbyopia. With the developing technology, products are developed for clearer and more comfortable vision as well as the solution of eye disorders. "SEIKO Brilliance, offering fast adaptation, high customization, enhanced aesthetics, easy transition between distances, reduced ripple and wobbling effect, and a wider viewing range, is the most perfect technology developed for vision comfort."

What is Presbyopia? Why do we stop seeing close friends after the age of 40?

When a distant object comes close, the stimulus reaching the brain is evaluated and transmitted to the eye. Here, in the region of the eye called "ciliary body", the fibers connected to it are stretched or relaxed as the muscles contract and relax. This movement of the fibers causes the lens to become thinner or thicker, increasing its refraction. The human eye begins to lose this ability gradually after the age of 40 and the problem of nearsightedness begins to occur.

Modern presbyopes prefer progressive lenses instead of close-up glasses.

The close glasses falling on the nose, which we see as a sign of old age, are becoming history. He prefers progressive lenses instead of using modern presbyopic glasses; because the modern presbyopia feels young and wants to look young. Optical technology discovered the progressive lens that combines near and far vision in a single lens 50 years ago. People found solutions to eye problems with one pair of glasses. However, the expectations of presbyopes from 50 years ago from the progressive lens are not the same anymore. In the past, presbyopias who only read a lot prefer progressive lenses and especially good near vision expectation, today this situation differs slightly. All presbyopes, not presbyopes who read with the use of smart mobile phones and tablets, need progressive glass. Especially the expectation from the progressive lens has naturally evolved towards the more comfortable use of digital devices.

While looking closely at digital devices, our eyes are constantly changing focus in near, intermediate and far field vision. This constant change of focus puts strain on the eyes and makes adaptation troublesome. Brilliance, SEIKO's newest and highest vision quality progressive lens, also features a high quality glass technology that enables the wearer to focus on what really matters while enhancing their vision in the most effective way.

Most innovative technologies combined in SEIKO Brilliance design

Instant adaptation, high customization, enhanced aesthetics, easy transition between distances, unique comfort, reduced fluctuation and swaying effect, even wider vision range The outstanding features of SEIKO Brilliance's innovative technology and providing maximum comfort to the user. Brilliance provides the user with the extraordinary combination of innovative technologies such as Twineye 360 ​​° Modulation Technology, Intelligent Magnification Control, Digital Zoom Equalizer, Balance Zone Technology and Personal Design Selector, which takes into account the user's optical glass usage history and personal vision preferences, especially with quick and easy adaptation. provides high level of comfort.

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