What is Hyperopia?

Hyperopia, or farsightedness, is a common visual condition caused by your eyes’ inability to focus clearly on nearby objects. People who are farsighted see images at a distance more easily than they do up close. If you have headaches after reading, find yourself squinting to see clearly, and your eyes feel strained or burning, you may be experiencing hyperopia.

Hyperopia is more commonly known as "far sightedness" and can also be referred to as hypermetropia.