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Myopia, customarily referred to as nearsightedness, affects millions globally. It occurs with an overly long eyeball or an abnormally curved cornea, either of which causes light to focus in front of the retina instead of on it. The result is blurry distance vision. Glasses have long been the standard approach to managing myopia, but other options are worth exploring.
Vision therapy can be beneficial for both children and adults. The success of the treatment depends on specific visual conditions. It is independent of their age. Yet, many patients believe they are too old to improve their vision, which is a misconception.