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Computer Glasses for Blurred Vision and Other CVS Symptoms

 

When you work at a computer for any length of time, it's common to experience blurred vision and other symptoms of computer vision syndrome (CVS). You're more likely to experience eyestrain and eye fatigue while sitting at the computer, because of unique visual demands that are unlike those associated with most other activities.
If you're under age 40, blurred vision may be due to an inability of your eyes to remain accurately focused on your computer screen for a sustained time period. Or eye fatigue and blurriness may be related to problems with quickly and accurately changing focus, such as when you shift your gaze from your monitor to your keyboard and back again. This lag of accommodation can be associated with CVS.
If you're over age 40, the problem may be due to the onset of presbyopia - the normal age-related loss of near focusing ability. This, too, can cause CVS symptoms.
What can you do? For one thing, obtaining customized computer glasses can make a world of difference in your comfort level while you're using the computer. These special-purpose glasses are prescribed specifically to reduce eyestrain and to give you the most comfortable vision at your computer.

 


 

 

 

 

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