3 New Alternatives To Reading Glasses
Several new treatments for presbyopia (the near-vision problem of middle and old age) offer alternatives to reading glasses. Electrostimulation strengthens the ciliary muscle in the eye so it can pull the lens into shape. Another option, PEARL, uses a laser to reshape the cornea. For more on these still-in-development treatments, go to aao.org. (Check out these 6 alarming reasons your eyes are acting weird.)
And for those who are curious to try a digital approach, there's GlassesOff, an app that offers exercises intended to strengthen the brain's visual cortex. The app can't improve the elasticity of the lens, but it aims to train the brain to interpret the information it gets from the lens faster and more efficiently.
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