Long sightedness (hyperopia)

If someone is long-sighted they often find it difficult to see things very close, causing eye strain and blur.

Other symptoms are:

  • Problems concentrating and keeping a clear focus on near objects

  • Getting headaches

  • Eyes feeling tired, aching or burning

If you are hyperopic, your optometrist will assess your visual requirements. You may be prescribed glasses or contact lenses that help you see more clearly, particularly for close work. John Fell Opticians has access to the latest lens technology including specialised coatings to alleviate eye strain caused by the glare from computer screens.

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Long sightedness (hyperopia)

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Shot sightedness (myopia)

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Astigmatism

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Age related reading difficulties (presbyopia)

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Flashes and floaters

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Dry eyes

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Glaucoma

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Macula Degeneration

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Cataracts

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Diabetic retinopathy