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I've worked with optometrists for almost 40 years and found that decent quality progressive lenses do the trick for me at nearly all disances. These are the lineless multifocal lenses. The cheapest ones caused a distortion for me, but the middle priced ones are OK

The covid lockdown has caused me to lose some of myfar sighedness, so some of my older prescriptions are just right now. The eye doctor you go to makes a big difference. I would never get a lens prescribed by an M.D., and most new optometrists are just as bad. But I found a few OEP optometrists who have a deep understanding of prescribing for functional and occupational lenses. There are a few in the UK, but the MDs have artificially restricted their scope of care in recent years, mostly over money issues. The ones I go to also offer vision therapy or visual training, which is how I find them.
 
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