Difference between near Sighted and Far Sighted?

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The difference between near and far sighted is what someone can see. If you are near sighted it means that you can see things that are close but not things that are far away. Far sighted is the opposite. This means you can see things that are far away but not those that are close up. This is the less common of the two.
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Near sightedness or myopia is a refractive defect of the eye lens in which the image is formed in front of the retina not on it. people with this defect can see closer objects clearly
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If a person is farsighted he sees better at distance than near.
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Not medical advice: Far sighted is when you are unable to see thing up close and near sighted is the inability to see far away.
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Far sighted is when you can only see things clearly that are far away. Near sighted, you can see things clearly up close but not at a distance. Source(s) Near sighted is Myopia. http
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