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Nearsightedness (Myopia)

When you’re nearsighted, things in the distance look blurry. Doctors call it myopia. You’re more likely to have it if:

One or both of your parents have it
You do lots of close-up reading
Nearsightedness can make it harder to drive, play sports, or see a blackboard or TV. Symptoms include blurred vision, squinting, and fatigue. 

Farsightedness (Hyperopia)

Most people are born with mild farsightedness and outgrow it in childhood. When it persists, you may see distant objects well, but books, knitting, and other close objects are a blur. This problem runs in families. Symptoms include trouble with reading, blurry vision at night, eyestrain, and headaches. 

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