Will my eyesight worsen from using reading glasses?

No, using reading glasses does not exacerbate eye strain. They only facilitate appropriate eye concentration when

performing close-up tasks. Presbyopia is a disorder that practically everyone develops as they age and is usually

corrected with reading glasses. Presbyopia is the result of the eye's lens becoming harder, which makes it harder

for the eyes to concentrate on close objects. Using reading glasses to enlarge the text and make it easier to view

and focus on is a quick and easy approach to make up for this difference. Despite not impairing eyesight, reading glasses are not

meant to be worn constantly. They are best reserved for activities that call for intense concentration, like stitching or reading.

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