Everything listed under: computer vision syndrome

  • Visual Fatigue Syndrome

    8 OUT OF 10 PEOPLE experience Visual Fatigue Syndrome. Many on a daily basis. These are the symptoms many suffer after long hours on the computer or participating in "close-up" activities like working on small devices, playing an instrument, sewing, or reading.

  • Save your Vision

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  • Save your Vision Month: Part 2 Healthy Vision At the Computer

    Tips for Healthy, Comfortable Vision at the Computer While decreasing time spent at a computer may not be an option, there are ways to maximize healthy vision for comfortable use of the computer. Have a regular comprehensive eye exam to ensure your eyes are healthy and that you have the correct eyeglass or contact lens prescription (if necessary). Be certain to tell your optometrist about the computer work you do.

  • Save Your Vision Month: Healthy Vision at the Computer

    Save Your Vision Month: Healthy Vision at the Computer People who sit in front of a computer for long periods of time often encounter a variety of uncomfortable symptoms. Headaches, neck strain, backaches and wrist pain are common, but, sadly, the most prevalent symptoms of prolonged computer use-eye strain, blurred vision and dry eye-are often overlooked. In fact, eye and vision problems are the most frequently reported health care problems among computer users.