As most people age they will experience some degree of vision loss. While some aging adults start losing the ability to see things far away, it's not uncommon for people between the ages of 41 and 60 to have problems seeing things up close as well. This condition is called presbyopia, or farsightedness.
Here are some more eye conditions that cause vision loss.
1. Macular Degeneration
According to the American Macular Degeneration Foundation (AMDF), this eye condition usually occurs in adults that are 55 years and older.
If you have an eye examination coming up, you need to make sure you are prepared to make the most of the visit. Eye examinations only occur on a yearly or bi-yearly basis, so use these tips to get the most out of your appointment.
#1: Write Down Any Issues You Have with Your Eyes
Before you go to your appointment, you need to write down any issues you have with your eyes.