Overnight contact lenses could improve vision

Overnight contact lenses may help restore close-up vision for people in their middle age, a study has revealed.

The researchers found hyperopic orthokeratology lenses assisted in reshaping the cornea and eye.

Wearing the lenses overnight was found to improve vision enough to remove the need for reading glasses.

By about age 45 or 50 the majority of people need some form of vision connection to assist with reading and close-up tasks.

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