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Hyperopia or long-sightedness is a condition in which the optical components of the eye are not strong enough, and so
light is not focussed onto the retina.

This results in blurred vision that is usually worse at shorter distances.

People with hyperopia often have reasonable vision in the distance,
but may find that their vision is blurred or that
they experience feelings of eyestrain or headaches when doing near work such as reading.