I suggest you go and see an optometrist. Trust me. I know.
Yep . That's the one .
I always knew I needed reading glasses . I had a prescription as a kid . After about my 5th broken pair my parents said nope , no more . For about the next 20 years I got by without them . I bought a couple pairs of Walgreens glasses . Lost and broke them quickly .
When I finally went to the local America's Best . I told the optometrist that I needed some reading glasses . . He said " Okay " . Had me look through that big eye tester with all the flip out lenses .
He said " How would you like to see far distances and at night as well ? I laughed and said " I already can " .
He said " Oh really " ? . He then flipped down a couple of those lenses and said " Look now " .
I did . And what I saw actually startled me . I said " No Freakin Way " ! What I saw before me was various outlines of different mountain ranges in the background . Branches and even leaves on the trees in closer locations . For the first time in my life .
I was about 45 yrs old then . I knew my eyes had been declining slowly for about 5 years I thought . I was wrong they had been declining for about 45 years . Lol .
I was in awe . I said " But how "? He said " I suggest trifocals " . He then explained to me about progressive lenses . I said " Gimme some of those " . Been wearing progressives ever since .
And I can see at night too .
Progressive lenses :
Progressive lenses have three prescriptions in one pair of glasses.
That allows you to do close-up work (like reading a book),
middle-distance work (like checking out a website on a computer), or
distance viewing (like driving) without needing to change your glasses.
They're sometimes called multifocal lenses.
Get over to the Optometrist .