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www.webmd.com/eye-health/need_reading_glasses

Nov 20, 2016 ... If you have to squint to read or hold books at arm's length, it might be time for reading glasses. WebMD tells you how to find the right pair.

www.aclens.com/Content/Display/148

Similar to contact lenses, discounted reading glasses are easy to purchase online through AC Lens, it's just a matter of finding the proper strength for your eyes. While the lack of a prescription requirement makes the purchase of readers convenient, it can be a challenge to find what strength you need if you've never tried on ...

www.allaboutvision.com/over40/readers.htm

When you reach the point of not being able to read up close without stretching your arms to the limit, you may need to consider single-vision reading glasses. Reading glasses come in two main styles: Full frames, in which the entire lens is made in the reading prescription; "Half-eyes," which are the smaller "Ben Franklin " ...

www.allaboutvision.com/conditions/presbyopia.htm

Typically implanted in the cornea of the eye that's not your dominant eye, a corneal inlay increases depth of focus of the treated eye and reduces the need for reading glasses without significantly affecting the quality of your distance vision. FDA-approved corneal inlays for presbyopia correction surgery include the Kamra ...

www.rd.com/health/conditions/need-reading-glasses

If you experience any of the following issues with reading, fatigue, headaches, or blurry vision, you might need to start wearing reading glasses.

www.readers.com/blog/glasses/reading-glasses-power-finder

It happens to everyone — fine text becomes blurry and you find yourself holding menus farther and farther away to be able to see. You, like millions of others, need reading glasses. If you're hesitant about whether or not you should start wearing readers, here are a few other indicators that might convince you.

glassescrafter.com/information/when-you-need-reading-glasses.html

It's easy to get frustrated when you just can't see like you used to. This happens to many people over the age of forty, and reading glasses are often needed to correct the problem. Reading glasses provide extra assistance to focus on small objects at close distance, like words on a page or needlework. Reading glasses are ...

www.nytimes.com/2004/06/08/health/the-consumer-need-reading-glasses-welcome-to-middle-age.html

Jun 8, 2004 ... They may not always be pretty or sturdy or scratchproof, but over-the-counter reading glasses are cheaper and quicker to buy than the prescription type. And if a pair is lost, a replacement is as far away as a corner drugstore. Last year, Americans spent nearly $400 million for 29 million pairs of ...

coopervision.com/blog/do-i-really-need-reading-glasses-presbyopia

Jun 4, 2014 ... This condition happens to everyone at some point, but not everyone wants to wear reading glasses or bifocals which can make even the youngest looking person feel old. Read on to learn about this common condition and how you can avoid ever having to resort to granny glasses. What is presbyopia?