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In short, presbyopia is an eye condition that affects everyone once you reach the age of 40-45. At that point, objects close up start to look blurry.
To see a book you’re trying to read clearly, you may have to s-t-r-e-t-c-h your arms farther from your eyes. Of course, you can only stretch your arms so far.
So what can you do to correct presbyopia? Read on!
It’s a time of April showers and May flowers. And for many of us, the return of seasonal allergies and burning, itchy red eyes.
If this scenario is instantly relatable to you, you’re not alone. Eye allergies are very common.
What can you do to help eye allergies? Find out on the CooperVision blog!
According to The Vision Council report, “Eyes Overexposed: The Digital Device Dilemma,” one in 10 people spend at least three-fourths of their waking hours on a digital device and nearly nine in 10 adults spends more than two hours each day using a digital device.
AboutCooperVision manufactures contact lenses. In 2005, CooperVision became the world’s third largest soft contact lens company. With products sold in over 100 countries, we appreciate that no two eyes, no two patients, and no two days are ever the same.
Simply put: We help improve the way people see each day. No matter where you are—from New York to New Delhi—we design contact lenses to help correct your vision and help keep you in comfort, too!
We offer a refreshing perspective to the world of contact lenses, something we’ve been doing since 1980. We listen to our contact lens wearers and partner with eye doctors to help bring you the contacts you want. This is why we’re excited for each new day: We’re always working to help you see better.
Our global family of contact lenses includes: