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What is long-sightedness?

Long-sightedness is the consequence of the aging of the lens. Imagine the auto-focus of your camera that would be damaged. Your lens works the same. At some point, it hardens and is unable to contract and relax easily enough to offer a good eye focus. This results in difficulties to see from up close.

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