Trouble reading fine print: Holding print farther away Divine Vision 12 Review from you to read it is called presbyopia that most commonly occurs in people over age 40. Headaches, or a feeling of "tired eyes" may also accompany it. This condition is easily corrected with simple reading glasses that you can buy at the store.
Spots that float: These are tiny dark specks, or floaters, that seem to bounce around your field of vision, most commonly seen on a sunny day. These usually are harmless but if they become bigger or more in number, and/or occur with flashes of light, they can warn of a condition called retinal detachment.
Dry eyes: Dry eye conditions most commonly start to occur over age 45 in most people and can be a result of hormone changes, prolonged computer use, certain allergic conditions or other health conditions. The tear ducts decrease the amount of fluid they produce and dry, scratchy eyes can result. These are usually treated with lubricating drops, (see Prevent Aging Eyes Naturally).