Presbyopia cannot be prevented, though some measures can help protect your vision, such as:
Regular eye check-ups
Eating a healthy, nutrient-rich diet with lots of leafy green vegetables
Protect your eyes from the sun with the help of sunglasses with ultraviolet protection
Use the right prescription glasses if you already have a refractive error in your eyes
Use good lighting when using your vision
Do not ignore sudden changes in vision and get yourself evaluated if you notice anything different about your vision
If you have been diagnosed with presbyopia, your doctor will prescribe corrective contact lenses or eye glasses to help improve your vision. Various types of eye glasses are now available, including bifocals and trifocals to help you with your vision at close, distant and mid-distance ranges. Different types of contact lenses may also be available, but you may not be prescribed lenses if you have disorders of the eye lids or with the eye surface.
Lens implants may also be a recommended treatment option for some people, in which your natural lenses will be replaced with synthetic ones
These procedures carry some potential risks and complications which must be discussed in detail beforehand. Talk with your doctor at The Aga Khan University Hospital about any treatment before you try it to find out how useful it might be.