Presbyopia : does 1's minimum distance needed vary with season ?

Discussion in 'Optometry Archives' started by TE Cheah, Dec 20, 2005.

  1. TE Cheah

    TE Cheah Guest

    Here in m'sia, in 7-05 to 11-05, I needed 2' distance to focus an
    image onto my retina, but now in 12-05 rainy season ( coldest time
    of year ) I need just 1½'. I guess the colder tap water I use to clean
    my eyes or bathe caused this reduction.
    Does any1 here have this experience ?
    TE Cheah, Dec 20, 2005
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  2. TE Cheah

    acemanvx Guest

    Nope and no idea but bifocals can help you see clearly again from near
    or if you are nearsighted, just take your glasses off to see from near!
    acemanvx, Dec 20, 2005
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  3. TE Cheah

    TE Cheah Guest

    | I assume you are talking without glasses.

    | sounds like myopia
    no, distant objects are still clear to me

    | How old are you?
    TE Cheah, Dec 21, 2005
  4. TE Cheah

    TE Cheah Guest

    | the most common reason is diabetes
    Black ants like to ingest my urine since '04, but my wounds heal as fast
    as ever, can I be diabetic ?

    | not the water.
    Then the only possible cause is that since mid 11-05, I ( have oily skin
    type ) wash my scalp @ night instead of in daylight, & so my scalp has
    less grease when I sleep, this likely made me sleep better than before
    & enable me to contract my ciliary muscles > before.
    TE Cheah, Dec 21, 2005
  5. Then you might consider rewriting your original post, which does not
    make sense based on this:
    William Stacy, Dec 21, 2005
  6. TE Cheah

    acemanvx Guest

    I know what hes trying to say. He has presbyopia and usually needs +2
    reading glasses but on cold days he can see with only +1.5 readers. Im
    thinking it has more to do with bright light which causes the pinhole
    effect. I definately see better in bright light and also can zoom in
    acemanvx, Dec 22, 2005
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