What is myopia?
Myopia or short-sightedness is a condition in which the rays of light reaching the cornea (the clear front portion of the eye) are focused in front of the retina (the light sensitive portion of the eye). The resulting vision is thus, not clear and close objects are seen well than those at a distance.
How is Myopia Corrected?
Corrective Lenses: Contact lens and spectacles alter the path of the light rays to achieve precise retinal focus.