Q. What are you looking at?
A. Can computer glasses help eye strain?
Q. Are your eyes getting tired looking at this post on your computer?
A. Yes/ No
Q. Are you seeing the above picture blurred even with your glasses on!!?
Before answering, Can computer glasses help eye strain? Dr. Stranger asked the above questions to Kenshin X sama in reference to a syndrome transferred via computer named COMPUTER VISION SYNDROME.
Research shows that between 50% and 90% of people who work at a computer screen have at least some symptoms of CVS.
Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS)
Computer Vision Syndrome describes a group of eye and vision-related problems that result from the prolonged computer, tablet, e-reader and cell phone use.
It’s not a disease moreover this is the distortion of vision which Kenshin sama faced during his swordfight after working 7 hours on his computer.
Working adults aren’t the only ones affected. Kids who stare at tablets or computers during the day at school or play video games at night also suffer. If the lighting and their postures are less than ideal it will cost more to the eye.
· Blurred vision
· Dry eyes
· Neck and shoulder pain
· Poor lighting
· Glare on a digital screen
· Improper viewing distances
· Poor seating posture
· Uncorrected vision problems
Cut the glare: change the lighting around to reduce the effect on the computer screen.
Rearranging desk: the best position for a monitor is slightly below eye level, about 20 to 28 inches away from face resolving the stretch of the neck or eye strain.
20-20-20 rule: give a break by looking away from the screen every 20 minutes or at something around 20 feet away for about 20 seconds.
Sometimes also called “computer reading glasses” but it’s best to call eyewear designed specifically for computer use “computer glasses” or “computer eyeglasses” to distinguish them from conventional reading glasses.
The simplest computer glasses have single vision lenses with a similar power all over the lens.
Computer glasses put the optimum lens power for viewing computer screens right where they need for a clear, wide field of view without the need for excessive focusing effort or unhealthful postures. It also features anti-reflective (AR) coatings which eliminate reflections of light from the front and back surfaces of lenses that can cause eye strain.
Some eye doctors recommend adding a light tint to computer glasses to reduce glare caused by harsh overhead lighting and to enhance contrast.
University research also shows computer eyewear can significantly increase worker productivity.
If your eyes are in a bad mood don’t oversee this post go & see a doctor.
Don’t use your eyes only to cry, they can also smile.