People with myopia can also develop presbyopia just like normal people. However, because myopia does not wear glasses to see near is better than seeing far, and the near point is closer than the emmetropia. Although the near point also recedes with age, it takes a longer time to retreat to affect near vision, so presbyopia occurs longer. Late, the impact on reading is small.
Presbyopia is a physiological phenomenon that appears with age, usually around the age of 40. Its symptoms are opposite to myopia, and difficulty in reading and fine work at close range . Many people therefore believe that presbyopia does not occur in patients with myopia. So is there any scientific basis for this idea?