Usually just after age of 40, people begin to find it difficult to focus on nearby objects. Near point activities, such as reading, threading a needle, are often blurry. This is an unavoidable condition known as presbyopia and affects everyone at some point. It is worth noting that myopes experience presbyopia later due to their natural ability to see closer better than far. Headaches often result due to trying to compensate for the lack of focusing power. A pair of reading, multifocal or bifocal lenses can help alleviate the problem.