Farsightedness Adults and children with uncorrected farsightedness often complain of a frontal headaches or a brow ache. If you are farsighted, you may find it difficult to focus on nearby objects and may feel eye strain, pain around the eyes, or a headache around the forehead. Headaches often occur because you are able to compensate for your farsightedness by subconsciously focusing harder.

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