Accommodation Time

In opthalmic or vision usage, accommodation time is the time needed for the eye to adjust to clearly see an object. Close objects and distant objects require a different focal adjustment and requires the eye to accommodate this. While normally an easy adjustment while young, this requires more effort as one grows older and prebyopia occurs. This is the normal weakening of close up vision as one gets older. Glasses make accommodation easier for the eyes.

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