Chapter 2 Presbyopia and Baby Boomers

Now most of us have heard the term baby boomers branded about. Who exactly are these baby boomers. Why are the administrators and health care officials so concerned about this demographic group? The second chapter defines different age groups. This is done not to divide people, but to better analyze and deliver eyecare.

This chapter also takes us on the route of aging and its effects on eyes. There is elegant discussion on which part of the eyes stop working and the effect on the lifestyle. Reading becomes difficult  and sometimes watching tv or looking at iphones is a chore. Current treatment options or presbyopia are enumerated. Specifically the challenges faced by baby boomers regards their eyes is explored.

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