Computer Vision Syndrome & Computer Glasses
What Is Computer Vision Syndrome?
When we spend time in front of a computer our eyes are put under incredible strain. Your glasses and contact lenses are not suited for the task of viewing a computer which is called mid-distance vision. The longer you spend each day in front of a computer, the higher your risk of experiencing symptoms of computer vision syndrome. CVS is not only for adults, children who spend a lot of time in front of a computer or tablet also report symptoms. Estimates range between 50% and 90% of adults are experiencing CVS.
What Are The Symptoms?
People with computer vision syndrome will experience some of the following symptoms: Dry eyes, Watery eyes, Eye pain, Red eyes, Headaches, Neck and Back Pain, Blurred vision and Eye Strain
Who Is At Risk?
Researches are yet to fully understand computer vision syndrome, however estimates are that spending over 2 hours a day in front of a computer means you have a 90% chance of experiencing computer vision syndrome at some stage of your life. The more time spent in front of a computer or tablet screen, the higher the risk is to your eyes.