As we age, it is quite normal to find that reading becomes a little more difficult, “my arms just aren’t long enough” is often the cry, or “three months ago I could read fine and now I am finding it difficult to see the small print.”

Between the age of forty and our early sixties, the focussing ability of our eyes changes. Regular eye examinations enable us to maintain good vision.

Cataract, glaucoma and macular degeneration amongst other conditions are more prevalent as we age and the earlier they are detected the more can be done to treat and manage them.

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