One of the most cherished senses, your eyes experience the beauty of our world – gaze at the sunrise, watch a child laugh, express your deepest thoughts, and capture the attention of a stranger across a crowded room.
Near Sightednesss, also known as myopia, refers to seeing well at a close range, but not at a distance. Light entering the eye is focused incorrectly, making objects at a distant appear blurry. It is the most common eye condition.
Farsightedness, also known as hyperopia, refers to seeing well at a distance, but having difficulty seeing objects that are at a close range. It is caused by the focusing power of the eye being too weak or incorrectly focusing behind the retina.
Astigmatism makes it difficult to focus and see fine details, either close up or from a distance. It is caused by an abnormally curved cornea, causing light to be incorrectly focused in the eye.
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