If you notice that you have problems with your eyesight or experience any of the above symptoms, it is important to see a specialist for an eye examination as soon as possible.
During the examination, the specialist will subject the patient to some tests to make a possible diagnosis of presbyopia, and then prescribe the appropriate lenses.
Usually, the most common way of correcting presbyopia is to use glasses with single vision (for near vision), bifocal (flat top lenses, which are not very common nowadays, to see far away and - at a certain fixed distance - up close) or progressive/multifocal lenses (to see well at multiple distances). In addition to regular check-ups at your ophthalmologist, it is also important to change your lenses every 4-5 years or so, as presbyopia is a visual defect that tends to worsen over time.
In some cases, the specialist may also propose the use of special multifocal contact lenses or suggest corrective refractive or crystalline surgery.