If you have hypermetropia (also known as hyperopia) then you will be long sighted (or far-sighted). Far sighted people are able to see objects clearly at a distance, but struggle to see objects that are close up. It is a common problem that can be corrected with prescription lenses.
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Long-sightedness (hyperopia) causes close up objects to blur.
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