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GRS Ultra

by alyssa steffan (2020-01-18)

After you pass the age of 40, it's harder to focus on objects up close. Presbyopia is a normal loss of focusing ability as you grow older. For a time, you can compensate for presbyopia by holding reading material farther away from your vision, but eventually you will need reading glasses, progressive lenses, multifocal contact lenses or vision surgery.